A jersey, cap and snood are examples are included in the collection.

License Global

February 6, 2021

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Cyclewear studio Milltag will release their latest in a long line of musical collaborations, time with rock legends Motörhead this month.

Produced in partnership with Global Merchandising Services, the collection comes emblazoned with the band’s War Pig logo and motto, “Everything Louder Than Everything Else.”

“It’s with great excitement that we start 2021 with a collaboration with Motorhead that should blow away the cobwebs,” says Ed Cowburn, founder and creative director, Milltag “We hope the collection will reach a wider audience of music-loving cyclists who want to wear cycling clothing that means something more to them than just another item of functional clothing.”

Milltag opted for their club fit jersey and a cap and snood featuring large scale designs of the War Pig logo.

“Milltag produces excellent, technical cycling apparel and we are incredibly excited to see fans take to the road in this unique collaboration,” says Jens Drinkwater, licensing manager, Global Merchandising Services.

The range will be available for pre-order via the Milltag website until Feb. 20, for delivery in April.

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