Widely regarded as the best kit in the region we’re proud to offer members two ranges of top quality cycling clothing designed by Clubman Dave Rees. The ‘Club’ range is affordable, hardwearing, everyday riding and training kit whilst the ‘Race’ range with its hi-tech fabric and aero cut aids those racing in all disciplines achieve greatness and glory.
Standard “Club” Kit
The Club range offers a Short Sleeved Jersey and Bib Shorts in sizes XXL to XS. You can order Club Kit from our shop on Rider HQ, if in stock orders are delivered by registered post within 7 days.
We have teamed up with No Pinz to offer members an extensive range of discipline specific clothing, from Skinsuit to leggings with pretty much everything in between.
Orders generally take 28 days to be made and despatched to you – No Pinz will keep you informed of progress by email and send you tracking info when the order is despatched.
Remember the kit you order is a bespoke masterpiece and cannot be returned if you change your mind or order the wrong size. If in doubt check the No Pinz sizing chart and /or talk to them directly, they do have a size sampling service.
Any questions regarding the Race kit, delivery, returns policy, sizing etc needs to be directed to No Pinz, Dulwich Paragon is not responsible for your order.
Michael Williams Fund
This is a discretionary crash replacement award targeted to help racers who have trashed their kit in an accident during a race. There’s a straightforward eligibility criterion and is not discipline specific.
- Covers Dulwich kit that is damaged beyond repair while the member was racing in any race event run under BC/UCI rules, a recognised National TT or a recognised Race promoter.
- The event typically has to have a mass start, which alas, excludes sportives, sponsored or organised rides.
- Members must be first claim Dulwich with their membership fees and volunteering commitments satisfied at the time of the accident.
- The kit should have been in reasonable condition prior to the accident.
- Award is for 50% of the replacement kit, capped at £50 per claim and limited to 1 claim per member per year
- It’s discretionary on the judgement of the Kit Secretary and /or discipline Race Sec.
To claim you need to contact the Kit Sec (firstname.lastname@example.org) by email with full details of the mishap including photographs.
Why is there no women’s specific Jersey in the Club Kit range?
The Club Kit jersey is not gender specific and will fit both men and women equally well.
What’s the difference between Race and Club kit?
Both are high quality ranges of cycling clothing, the ‘Race’ kit has a more aero or figure-hugging fit using modern technical fabrics and is a primarily designed for determined racers. ‘Club’ kit is a good all round training and club ride kit with a more generous cut, it’s not only more affordable but also more durable than the ‘Race Kit’.
Do I have to Race in Dulwich Kit?
If you are racing in any event run under British Cycling rules you ought to wear a club jersey at the very least from either the Race or the Club ranges
Can I mix Club and Race kit?
Yes, both are made to the same graphic design.
The Kit’s arrived and it doesn’t fit – can I return it?
You can return Club Kit – email the Kit Sec (email@example.com) for details of how to return. Race kit is a bespoke garment and cannot be returned if it does not fit, you may however be able to sell it on via the club forum. In the first instance talk to No Pinz, they may be able to help.
I’ve ordered my kit and it hasn’t arrived
If you have ordered race Kit – call No Pinz directly, if you have ordered Club Kit email the Kit Secretary 10 days after order
I’m racing tomorrow – can I pick up some kit in London?
No – be more prepared in future. However if you are racing a local event it’s highly unlikely you’ll be challenged for wearing non-club kit.