Monthly Archives: May 2015

Timeless cycling chic: styling it up for L’Eroica Britannia

It might just be the classiest cycling event of the year. L’Eroica Britannia, a weekend celebration of all things vintage and groovy, takes place from 19-21 June in Bakewell, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Peak District. Victor & Liberty had a ball last year, and we’re really excited to be taking part in 2015’s bigger and better version. … Continue reading

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Caps Not Hats

There’s something about a cycling cap. With its short brim and soft construction, there’s just enough of it, and not a millimetre more. It’s perfectly in tune with cycling’s mantra of stripping down and drilling out and shaving off, and with the streamlined aesthetic of cycling clothing and equipment. (We’re not sure wearing it Euro-style – perched on top of … Continue reading

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Carradice and Victor & Liberty: a cross-Pennine colloboration

Luckily, Lucy’s been here before. We’re weaving through a network of terraced streets in Nelson, Lancashire when she cries, ‘There it is!’ A tiny sign points down a cobbled side road. Here, tucked behind the rows of houses, is the Carradice factory. For some cyclists, a trip to Carradice is a little pilgrimage. Wilf Carradice made himself a cycling bag … Continue reading

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