#2862 Commute Fearlessly T-S

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Commute Fearlessly T-Shirt

3 Review(s)
SKU: 2862

Availability: In stock


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Customer Reviews (3)

Survival of the fittest?Review by John-Mark
It's a constant battle out on the road. The trip from point A to point B is fraught with unexpected challenges, fearsome predators, and other asphalt-based hazards. This shirt reminds others of the many obstacles you overcome on a daily basis, just to make the trip. A real reminder that "caged" animals are the most dangerous of all. (Posted on 8/5/17)
Multipurpose T-ShirtReview by Mary-Sue
I bought this t-shirt for my husband. He does wear it commuting to work on the motorcycle, but he also wears it (for all to see) when commuting to work by bicycle. The picture and caption is perfect for this activity: little bicycle vs. big heavy cagers. Oh and it's a very nice shirt, too. (Posted on 7/19/12)
Great Conversation StarterReview by Scott
So the young female medical assistant who was taking my blood pressure before I was about to give blood wanted to know if I “was a biker”? OK, I knew she was thinking peddle bikes, but the door was now open, the shirt I was wearing had done its job. So be it if I had to do a little clarifying about what type of “biking” I participated in. I take a lot of pride in the fact I commute on a motorcycle each day, and this T-shirt uniquely communicates this fact to everyone. A little clarification can be a good thing. When I first started thinking about this shirt I was concerned the graphic was going to be too small, however, when I saw the shirt at the Rider Warehouse in Duluth my fears where completely unfounded. This T Rocks! (Posted on 10/25/11)