Skilfully designed using the advanced tools available exclusively on Microsoft Paint by our very own Rebecca Dean, the kit resembles that of the Deutsch football team and features a map of Vietnam on the back. Basically, our plan is to ride the full 2000km in single-file, with each person using those in front of them as a guide on how to get to Ho Chi Minh City by April 28th. Genius, we know.
The kit is being manufactured by specialists in a fantastic, yet nameless cycling gear factory in Binh Thanh district following intense discussions with members of the H2H 2013. Vien’s fluency in Vietnamese may have helped from time to time, but really it was my own mastery in the arts of broken English and non-verbal body language which informed the graphic designer on what exactly it was that we wanted.
The jerseys are available to order for members of the general public so if you would like one made then please contact a member of the team.
P.S. It is worth mentioning that all kits are paid for by the riders and that money donated to H2H is not used for such expenses. 100% of donations go directly to Saigon Children’s Charity and The Children’s Initiative.