For 2019, our professional sportswear merchandise supplier, Scimitar, are delighted to offer the Women V Cancer Ride the Night cycling jerseys in Women's Fit for the first time, having previously been only available in unisex.
Not only does this new range give you a more tailored feminine fit, but the team of Scimitar designers have also developed two stunning designs for both Women V Cancer Ride the Night London and Edinburgh challenges next year. We can’t wait to see you all wearing them as you cycle 100km through the night for Women V Cancer!
Please ensure you refer to the Size Chart before ordering if you have previously purchased a Women V Cancer Ride the Night or overseas Cycle Jersey, as it will differ from before.
These new sizes will be available for all Women V Cancer challenges going forward; but not for the merchandise currently on sale. This means if you’re taking part in Women V Cancer Cycle India, Cycle Costa Rica, the London to Paris Bike Ride or the Big Heart Bike Ride Costa Rica, your merchandise will still be in the original uni-sex sizing.Order your merchandise from the Scimitar website
More about Scimitar
Scimitar are a fantastic professional sportswear provider, who we have been working with for several years now. They sell gorgeous branded sportswear on their website, for many of our challenges, including the Big Heart Bike Ride, Walk the Night, Race the Sun and all our Women V Cancer challenges.
This sportswear is especially designed to keep you comfortable throughout your challenge; not to mention, it looks awesome! Every design is unique to your challenge and so they’re also a fantastic memento of your trip and perfect to train in beforehand – especially as they also showcase the logos of the cause you’re challenging yourself for, helping you to raise extra awareness and get even more people to join the cause.
Please note, Scimitar is a separate company from Dream Challenges, so if you have any questions or want to order your own merchandise, please contact the Scimitar team directly through their website. Also, although the kit raises fantastic awareness of the causes you’re supporting, the money goes to Scimitar, not the charity.