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Join our Strava club

We just launched the Çois Cycling Club on Strava.With the ÇCC, we would like to connect even better with our customers and followers.In the near future we will add challenges and share exclusive content through our Strava club.Everyone can join, no matter how fast or far you ride.Share the passion, share your rides!  Join the Çois Cycling Club here

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Officiële Ronde van Vlaanderen collectie

Met enige trots melden we dat we de krachten hebben gebundeld met Flanders Classics, de organisator van de Ronde van Vlaanderen. Samen brengen we een exclusieve kledinglijn uit die zich richt op de grootste Vlaamse voorjaarsklassieker. De collectie bestaat uit T-shirts en sweaters voor jong en oud. De Ronde van Vlaanderen is niet alleen Vlaanderens mooiste, het is een van de mooiste eendaagse profraces ter wereld. Een mythische koers, waarvan de epische passages over de Muur van Geraardsbergen, de Oude Kwaremont en de Koppenberg altijd zorgen voor een mix van drama en geluk. En de beleving van de fans langs het parcours is echt uniek! Ontdek hier de volledige collectie.

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Shipping without plastic

From the start of Çois, two years ago, sustainability has always been an important aspect. One of the crucial elements of sustainability are the materials we use. We always use low-impact fabrics and all of our products have been produced in garment factories with good workplace conditions. But what is a sustainable fabric worth without sustainable packaging? That’s why we recently joined the @noissue Eco Packaging Alliance. From now on, we ship all orders in our new 100% compostable mailers. Made from a combination of corn-based biopolymers, the compostable mailer composts in 6 months (180 days) and is certified for both home and commercial compost. And there’s even more:by joining the Eco Packaging Alliance, for every order we make, trees will be planted in areas of...

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La vie en jaune

Every year, around 200 riders take to France’s streets and mountains and only a few of them battle to win the yellow jersey.   Although the first Tour de France was organised in 1903, le Maillot Jaune hasn’t always been part of the race. Maurice Garin, the first winner of ‘Le Tour’ wore a green armband. But as the race became more and more popular, journalists and riders complained they couldn’t pick out the leader. Spectators stated that the race wasn’t very interesting to follow. So in 1919 race founder Henri Desgrange developed a plan to identify the top rider more easily. At that time, Desgrange was editor of ‘L’Auto’, the newspaper that funded the race. He decided to design a...

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