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Printing up shirts?

AndyD2574AndyD2574 Posts: 1,034
edited August 2010 in The bottom bracket
Does anyone have any tips on where to get cycling kit printed up with your LBS on it?

Want to get some kit printed up asap?
Specialized S Works Venge
Argon18 E114
Specialized Langster Single Speed
Scott Spark Expert 29'er
GT Avalanche
http://www.glasgowgreencycleclub.co.uk

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  • I'll do it for a tenner a piece; the finest Primark tops, available in 6 dazzling colours, plus a magical array of crayola designs available, hand doodled by yours truly.

    Do we have a deal?
    Giant Rapid 3
  • AndyD2574AndyD2574 Posts: 1,034
    I'll do it for a tenner a piece; the finest Primark tops, available in 6 dazzling colours, plus a magical array of crayola designs available, hand doodled by yours truly.

    Do we have a deal?

    There in the post now mate! :lol:
    Specialized S Works Venge
    Argon18 E114
    Specialized Langster Single Speed
    Scott Spark Expert 29'er
    GT Avalanche
    http://www.glasgowgreencycleclub.co.uk
  • If it's really asap, I noticed that my local Decathlon have a printing thingamajig over by their bike ''workshop.'' It looked pretty rough and ready but if there's a store nearish you could always give them a call.
  • mrolimroli Posts: 3,622
    I used Champ-sys for a bunch of kit for our charity and they were pretty good with a pretty quick turnaround and do small quantities if you want some good looking stuff. They will send you sample sizes too which I rec.
  • WappygixerWappygixer Posts: 1,396
    It depends on what kind of printing you want doing.
    Do you want vinyl lettering or screen printed?
    Decathlon do vinyl lettering which is applied by heat under pressure.Its available in almost any font and size.Pricing is £4.50 per line of text.
    Screen printing is more for longer runs as its set up costs are a bit more expensive but then costs drop fast with quantity.
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