Why does it seem like all jerseys have to look the same? We don't think they do.
Showcasing incredibly talented artists from inside and outside the cycling world, our Designer Gallery™ offers dynamic, cutting edge and ONE OF A KIND cycling gear so you can proclaim your confident individuality. Designs are limited to 100 pieces before being discontinued and each garment is signed by the designer so you know it's a unique signature piece. Shift Gear: Change the way you do your cycling apparel.
Debbie Clapper focuses on creating original patterns, typographics and illustrations, which challenge the viewer to go beyond the surface level and delve deeper into the piece, allowing the art to reflect their own life experiences. Debbie works without aid of a ruler to create hand drawn, imperfect patterns which symbolize the importance of breaking out of the routine.
Based on the east coast of Australia, Katherine Hall is an art director and surfer in equal measure. As director of Design & Opinion, a visual consultancy specializing in editorial design, brand strategy and design education, Katherine works with a variety of major business, education and charitable clients.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Matthew Haggett is a fine artist, designer, and illustrator. With Bachelors and Masters degrees in art, Haggett has been a design professional for two decades. His art is collected nationally and internationally & belongs to numerous public and private collections...
A move to Tucson, Arizona, from central Canada made it clear to Arlene Pedersen that being an Olympic Curling Champion was no longer an option. Inspired with the colors and textures of the Southwest, she redirected her energy and began painting large-scale paintings and developing architectural renderings that quickly...
Miguel Paredes, born in New York and of Latin American descent, is an artist and self-proclaimed "urban impressionist" who combines the exhilarating sense of graffiti art with the skill and perceptiveness of a true exceptional artist. He draws inspiration from notorious pop artists like Andy Warhol and Keith Haring.
Alex Haas was born in New York City but grew up in France and Switzerland. After studying computer music at MIT and guitar/composition at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he moved back to New York in 1982 to work at the famed Power Station recording studio and to start building a career in music.
Painting and drawing are Leif Kruse's mediums of choice and he's been experimenting with them since early childhood and his work has evolved over the years and he says, will likely continue to do so indefinitely. Leif's father, Torsten Kruse is a classical, historic maritime painter; and helped nurture involvements in the arts from early on.
Mark Beresniewicz likes to ride. No, he lives to ride. He's a designer who loves bikes, or maybe he's a rider with mad design skills. However you look at it, it's hard to see where design ends and passion begins. When he's pounding up the mountains on his single speed in Vail, CO, the creative juices flow like dirt-streaked sweat.
Kristin started her design career back in the late 80's designing footwear for L.A. Gear when the brand was hot. From there she launched her own freelance graphic design biz doing work in the endurance sports industry. Her work has ranged from national ad campaigns for AVIA to art directing at Triathlete magazine.
Gregory Klein is the designer of the popular bike culture book BIKE SNOB NYC and follow-up book BIKE JOURNAL, both published by Chronicle Books. He's been riding and racing all types of bikes for well over two decades and for the past twelve years has been doing branding, and advertising design.
No stranger to the creative arts, Damian Monzillo was nurtured by an actress mother and a musician father. It would be the direct influences from the New York stage and Rock n' Roll (think Fosse meets Hendrix!) that led Damian to the New York School of Visual Arts before landing in San Francisco.
Pactimo's in-house design team puts together some incredible kits that are now available for everyone online. These designs are one-of-a-kind and can only be found here on our shop site. It's time to change the way you do your cycling apparel!
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