We are looking for Team FredCast cycling jerseys, shorts and socks. In the cycling world, a complete uniform like this is called "kit."
Team FredCast kit will be worn by listeners who enjoy The FredCast Cycling Podcast, an audio podcast devoted to the latest cycling news, gear, gadgets, components and more. The show is called The FredCast because it is aimed at so-called “Freds,” or high-end cyclists who tend to spend a good deal of time and money on their equipment and training. In a way, Freds are the nerds or geeks of cycling. While it is true that several internet dictionaries define a “Fred” as a person who spends a lot of money on his or her bike and clothing (yes, women can be Freds too), but still can’t ride, I tend to disagree. The reason why the so-called “serious” roadies like to disparage us Freds, is because we usually drop the “serious” roadies on the hills or in the town-line sprints. Turns out that lots of those “serious” riders were really posers.
More info on Freds that may be useful as you plan your designs:
Bicycling: Are you a Fred?
To Fred or Not to Fred
Bicycle Source's Definition of a Fred:
1) n. a person who spends a lot of money on his bike and clothing, but still can't ride. "What a fred -- too much Lycra and titanium and not enough skill." Synonym for poser. Occasionally called a "barney".
2) n. a person who has a mishmash of old gear, doesn't care at all about technology or fashion, didn't race or follow racing, etc. Often identified by chainring marks on white calf socks. Used by "serious" roadies to disparage utility cyclists and touring riders, especially after these totally unfashionable "freds" drop the "serious" roadies on hills because the "serious" guys were really posers. This term is from road touring and, according to popular myth, "Fred" was a well-known grumpy old touring rider, who really was named Fred.