Chapeau! to Casey Robertson of Caps Not Hats & Raiment.

Our Red Dots Cycling Caps now available at
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Our Red Dots cycling caps have caught the attention of Casey Robertson co-founder of the growing movement, Caps Not Hats.

Together with Bicycle Magazine's Bill Strickland they have started a unique movement - redefining the humble and worthy cycling cap and restoring it back to it's prominent place ...back on the podium. What a great movement this is, catching the attention of Mark Cavendish, Tony Martin, Brian Holm and even Gianni Bugno (video). In fact, attention is starting to catch on with other pro riders such as Adam Farabaugh at the Tour of Alberta.

Casey sent us this wonderful message...

Great to see you guys supporting the CnH movement. I am the fellow who co-developed the project with Bill, and we had a great time with it during the summer Grand Tours. It's one of my favorite graphic projects to date, and what a great cause! Style must prevail!

Your cycling caps are fantastic. Let me know if there's anything I can help you with.

I want to thank Casey for his kind words and this reinforces my resolve to continue to support Caps Not Hats... keeping the sartorial cycling cap heritage alive and well.

Caps Not Hats

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I had the chance to stroll over to the new Raiment Cycling Clothing (247 W Broadway, Vancouver) and happy to know our cycling caps are selling well. The new building is quite larger than the old location formerly at Musette Caffe. Our cycling caps are nicely displayed in a rustic cabinet. If you are in the Vancouver area, you can now try on our cycling caps and pick up a few for your next ride.

Coppi will greet you!
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Raiment Cycling Clothing