About TCC

The Chasers’ Collective  is run by two best friends, I (Sam) and Ed wanted to create something that was different and personal. We didn’t start it to make money and leave our jobs, we wanted to create something we loved to share and enjoy with others. That is why we treat The Chasers’ Collective as more than just us trying to sell things. We strive to connect and enjoy this incredible sport with as many people as we can. The sole requirements to being part of The Collective is that you strive to improve, not give up when it gets hard, help others do the same and do your best to enjoy it and take happiness from the fact you have given it your all.

Cycling can often be daunting, especially when you are trying to improve yourself and your riding: joining a club, stepping up a level, the first chaingang, a hard sportive, racing for the first time, racing against categories higher than you and much more. However, this is where everything TCC is about happens- that push into the next level. What you will find though, is that you will supported and respected for your efforts and met with open arms. So push yourself, chase hard, and reap the rewards both mentally and physically when you achieve that goal- no matter how big or small.

There will be setbacks, because without those, you aren’t pushing hard enough.

We’ll be doing the same.

Go chase.

 

Sam and Ed.

 

Our kit

We very quickly realised that cycling kit is expensive. It’s expensive to buy, but unless you are ordering from faraway countries in large quantities, it’s pretty much the same cost for us to make as you to buy. But that’s ok, because we just want to make just enough to be able to design and create more. We even buy our own kits; we believe that all money should go back into TCC to allow us to do more.

We don’t want to put our name on anything other than the absolute finest quality kit too. That is why we sought out Blake at NoPinz to help us. They are such a superb company and produce what we truly feel are the best quality and most aero kits out there. We haven’t bought another piece of kit that includes a tag that tells us exactly who made it with their own hands.

There is also the ethical angle too: it takes a lot of fuel and other resources to get clothes across the world and cycling is meant to be a healthy sport for the planet. Any little changes we make can have a big impact if people come on board.

This means our kits take  slightly longer to be made and delivered- up to 28 working days, but what you are getting is the finest items, made by the best people, at the lowest cost both financially and environmentally that we can afford- directly to you. It also means we can specify exact sizes in both men and women’s fits.

28 days isn’t long- and we will give you plenty of time before the sun comes out or goes away- so you’ll have your kit in time to be used.

Plus they make you go fast, look fast and feel fast.

 

So for something different, with quality, speed and fit at the forefront of the process, check out TCC.

 

-Sam