Coven Magazine was created by Juliet Elliott for women who who love sports, the outdoors and travel but who appreciate good design, art and photography.
For the Coven x Milltag cycle kit we wanted to do something a little different to the other kits out there, something stylish but slightly quirky.
Julliet’s design incorporates craft elements inspired by her travels, it combines a brightly patterned motif with a hand drawn logo, a nod to their DIY aesthetic. She explains, “the pattern was created after browsing rugs and textiles in a market – the triangles remind me of peaks climbed by bicycle and descended on a snowboard.”
Milltag has thrown it’s support behind Full Windsor’s Kickstarter for the their new tool “The Nutter“. Milltag has design a great looking jersey of mechanised exoskeleton of bike parts and the only way to get this great jersey is by pledging at least £100 over at Full Windsor’s kickstarter page. What is “The Nutter” you ask?
“The Herne Hill Velodrome is one of the oldest cycling tracks in Britain and it is the last remaining finals venue from the 1948 London Olympic Games. The venue provides an exceptional resource for cyclists and the local community. Its loss would be tragic.”
Here at Milltag we want to do our bit to help fund the redevelopment of this historic venue for future generations of cyclists. By purchasing one of these Friend of Herne Hill jerseys all the profit will go to the cause, so not only will you look stylish in this retro design, but you’ll feel warm inside for giving money to such a worthwhile charity.
I should have jumped on this Jersey the first go around, but it sold out quick. Looks like I get another chance with Milltag’s new remix of the “Ride it Like you stole it” Jersey.