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If you've been following along, you know we've been doing a run of limited edition Mountain Goat Cycles t-shirts. Each shirt is a run of 100 shirts in miscellaneous sizes but just one color (except the first one which had a few orange shirts accidentally thrown in) .

The first run was the old traditional head tube badge from the original Goats in gray.


The second run was the original catalog artwork circa 1982 in brown. The art work was also used as a decal on some of the early bikes.
<img src = "https://www.firstflightbikes.com/_borders/GOATLTD2.JPG">

The third edition was a new design drawn by my brother-in-law (who does newspaper design work and is an accomplished artist) and done in red.
<img src = "https://www.firstflightbikes.com/_borders/LTD3Back.JPG">
The first edition sold out, the second is down to a handful in XL and XXL and the third is down to a couple of larges, XL and XXL. I guess that makes it time to design another shirt. If anyone out there would like to see their art work on a t-shirt, send it on. No $$$, just fame (and a couple of t-shirts!)

No real rules, I just have to like it and believe that we can sell 100 of them. Feel free to use any of the images from the www.mountaingoatcycles.com web site or make up your own. Send the results to [email protected]
 

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Thinking about a bright green shirt with orange panels front and rear with black strips above and below. Maybe a small Goat head on the front and Mountain Goat Cycles Whiskeytown Racer on the back panel? Might be able to do the reverse splatter as well?

Might be kinda neat. I sent the idea to the screenprinter to see what he could come up with.

Mike, the reward is a picture frame and if you ask real nice, we'll include a picture of wES.
 

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My wife's favorite T-shirt....

First Flight said:
But the idea is to actually be able to sell them. Not sure that design would be in high demand;)
Mrs. Bigfoot still wears this mid-90's vintage model. It's been seen in and around Moab, Big Bear, Whistler, West Virginia, Whiskeytown, Weaverville, Humboldt, etc...

BTW: What did Rumpfy suggest???
 

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