The Morvelo Mindset
We stand for a love of bicycles
MTB, Road, Track, Cyclocross, BMX, Commuter, Hack
It's all about the ride.
So this is Morvélo.
Clothing inspired by bicycles, the culture and the simple joy that it brings.
How did it start?
With £500 and a few t-shirts in the summer of 2009. After 25+ years of riding and racing all types of bikes, Oli Pepper and Dave Marcar they felt that they should take this passion for cycling and combine it with their 15+ years of graphic design experience for global sports, entertainment and lifestyle brands. Their frustration was there wasn't a brand that encompassed cycling in all it's forms, with its rich and varied culture. The Morvelo way encourages starting from one corner of the bike world and then spread out to explore the others. Before you know it you have a whole shed full of different bikes to take you on different journeys. The pure elegance of track, the speed of road, the challenge of cyclocross and the dirt of MTB. It's all about the ride. Morvelo is independently owned, financed by the people who love bicycles - our customers.
What do we do?
First and foremost we are, as our name suggests, a clothing company. We design and produce an increasingly diverse range of bicycle apparel from t-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts to cycling jerseys, shorts and caps and even the gaps in between with our technical cycling tees. Our philosophy is to combine bike culture with pop culture. To explore themes that run through the cycling world and combine them with the wider influence of art, music, fashion and film. Great looking and distinctive clothing is one thing but the bike world is also naturally full of bikes and riding. This is why we also conceive and organise cycling events like the much lauded Brighton Big Dog, instant hit Spin Up In A Brewery and groundbreaking CityCross and collaborate with other iconic brands such as The Tour de France, Look Mum No Hands, Dark Star Brew Co, Alpkit, The Bicycle Academy and Reynolds Wheels amongst others. The Morvelo philosophy isn't constrained by clothing. It's a mindset that encourages diversity, exploration, challenges and a desire to thrash the hell out of two wheels.