Creative as usual, this time even in an artistic way, rider-owned bikewear label Thirty7even just announced their T7N Made Project riders for 2015. Here’s the full press release:

Five racers from five nations – the T7N Made Project. Chosen from the masses of European Gravity mountain bikers, ready to rise from the bottom of uniformity and worthy to ascend into the league of supernaturalism racers. Five athletes who live it, who feel it. Athletes, who are feeling the boiling blood pulsating through their veins. Welcome to the T7N Made Project:

Tomas Slavik (3)

Tomas Slavik, CZ

Raphaela Richter, DE
Raphaela Richter, DE
Nick Beer, CH
Nick Beer, CH
Manuel Gruber, AT
Manuel Gruber, AT
Filip Polc, CZ
Filip Polc, SK

T7N Racewear kits are lead out ready. The transformation begins. There are five supernaturalism athletes who are willing to become one with theirself and to enter the bond between earthly world and divinity. They are ready to merge with the T7N Racewear!

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In 2015, Tomas Slavik, Raphaela Richter, Nick Beer, Manuel Gruber and Filip Polc are competing in the race circuit wearing Thirty7even Racegear. In addition, Thirty7even supports five junior racer, who will compete as Hutchinson Thirty7even JR Team in the areas Downhill, FourCross and Enduro. Radon Factory Downhill Team as well as Radon Factory Enduro Team complete the squad of Thirty7even Athletes for 2015.

For more info and the current line-up visit or check their Facebook page.

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