|Mark Fischer from Twin Six models their new "Speedy Bike Club" tee |
and Women's Masher Jersey.
Perhaps one of the most notable trademarks of the brand is their lack of fear in designing cycling jerseys and t-shirts that make bold statements with their designs. Part of their WEAR-TO-GO Manifesto reads, "The gear we pull on is a statement of our style, identity and self. The industry’s slow uphill grind to better graphics has turned riders into unwilling billboards, moving color explosions and unfortunate cartoon characterizations. Twin Six has seen enough."
|2012 Twin Six Jerseys (left to right) include the Cat 6, Dopers Suck, and The Motor|
|Grille badge of a 1917 Second Series (2-25) |
Packard Twin Six coupe. Source: AteupwithMotor.com
Fischer was kind enough to take the time out his hectic schedule at Interbike to give us a preview of the Spring 2012 line, showcasing simple, clean pieces like the Motor Jersey to fashion-inspired pieces such as the Argyle Jersey and rugby-inspired Masher Jersey (available in both men's and women's versions for 2012) to big graphic hits, like the new Hellcats--guaranteed to be popular on soil, pavement and track alike.
|Hellcats, you can now let them know you're coming in style! Mark Fischer from Twin Six shows us one of their new |
2012 cycling jerseys, The Hellcat.
|Cyclocross fans: this one's for you.|
Introducing their 2012 line-up, Twin Six speaks from a deep passion for their brand, as well as cycling in any and all forms. "Designing every collection is a labor of love…[They] are the manifestation of countless hours spent daydreaming, observing, plotting, planning, experimenting and executing. Timeless, classic, wearable fashion for cycling, designed for people who want to ride with pride."