How are your jerseys cut? Pro or club?

We use a club cut jersey, meaning a more relaxed fit. This is the same type of cut you with 95% of the jerseys you see in bike shops.

What size should I get?

Most of our exchanges are from customers whose jerseys were too small compared to what they were used to. We recommend you order one size larger in Corbah clothing than you would in Hincapie, Giordana, Pearl Izumi, or Louis Garneau. We do accept exchanges for all items excluding custom jerseys.

What do your stickers look like after being applied?
Our vinyl stickers are made of the same high quality vinyl that businesses use for their work vehicles. We use the same technology the big sign companies use, just on a smaller scale.

When will my jerseys show up?

Share the Damn Road uses USPS Priority shipping, for fast, reliable delivery. Most jerseys will arrive in the continental US within 3 business days. We do offer rush shipping if you need your items faster.

What type of fabric do you use?

Corbah Cycling (our manufacturer) uses high end moisture wicking fabric and jerseys. They're not your average  cycling apparel manufacturer and provide some great quality. Check out Corbah.com to see their full selection. Our jerseys are machine washable and dryable. We do not recommend using bleach with our jerseys.

The texture of the jersey is smooth and soft, not waffled or perforated like lower-quality manufacturers you might have tried, which are uncomfortable and difficult to keep clean.

How long will my custom jersey take?

Custom jerseys usually take about 3-5 weeks to arrive. 

If you’re worried that your gift will be late, we will gladly provide a design sheet, which customers print out as an “I owe you” along with your card.

Do you accept returns and excahnges?

We do accept returns and exchanges on non-custom merchandise with tags intact, within 30 days of shipment. Send your item back to:

c/o Jonathan Ciaccio

4750 nw 13th st

Gainesville FL 32609

Include a note that says if you'd like a return or an exchange, and what size you'd like the exchange for.

Do you offer group discounts?

Yes, we can offer discounts for orders of 12 or more jerseys with the same slogan and color (including custom slogans). Pricing and availability depends on current inventory. Use the contact form above to tell us what you’re looking for, and we will contact you with pricing information. Expect 6-8 weeks delivery for custom slogans, 1 week for in-stock jerseys.

Do you sell to bike shops?

Yes, we offer wholesale pricing to bike shops with orders of 20 or more jerseys (any slogans and colors). Use the contact to tell us what you’re looking for, and we will contact you with pricing information. Expect 4-5 weeks delivery for custom slogans, 1-3 days for in-stock jerseys.

Do you make full custom jerseys?
For orders of 20 or more jerseys, we can add your text, images, etc. to our custom slogan jerseys (removing our own text and logos) to make any design you’d like, at a wholesale rate. Expect 3-4 weeks for these orders. Use the contact form above to tell us what you’re looking for, and we will contact you with pricing information.

Can I place my order over the phone?

Website orders are easiest, but if you're having trouble, we'd be happy to take your call at (352) 575-0223.

What brand are your jerseys? Who makes them?

Share the Damn Road jerseys are made by Corbah.com, a custom team clothing manufacturer. They have great quality and designers, and we are able to meet our needs for small orders and fast delivery at a fair price.

Do you ship internationally? What about customs?

We do ship internationally. Just select your country at checkout, and prices will be calculated automatically.
You may be subject to customs or import fees levied by the destination country. You are responsible for assuring that the product can be lawfully imported to the destination country. The recipient of an international shipment may be subject to such import taxes, customs duties and fees, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country. Additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by the recipient; we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be.