As of today you can use your head to support the Save the Herne Hill Velodrome campaign.
Condor has been a supporter of the project since its inception last year. We worked with campaign designer Carl Ison to create a cycle cap to be sold in store and via mail order, with proceeds going directly to the campaign. Hillary Peachey, Chair of the Herne Hill Velodrome Trust, the charity set up to secure the future of the site, said today "we are absolutely delighted to have the support of such a well respected cycling brand as Condor. We've had thousands of people ask how they can help and support what we're doing, and now they can wear this special edition cap with pride."
The Herne Hill Velodrome is close to our hearts here at Condor. Our shop opened in 1948, the year the track was a venue for the London Olympics, and the velodrome has seen many a Condor sponsored riders find victory, from Bradley Wiggins to 60s Tour de France riders Colin Lewis and Dave Bonner. Herne Hill is a perfect place for Londoners to learn how to ride the track and an ideal place to educate school children about sport."
So what's next?
1. Go to the Save the Herne Hill Velodrome site to learn more and pledge your support.
2. Check out the new cap in store or online on our product pages.