A hobby of mine when I am not playing with VMware technologies and such is riding on my road bike. I was pleasently surprise to find out this week that my VMware cycling kit has finally arrived! The cycling kit was designed by small group of VMware employees in their free time and Scott Jobe has been managing all the orders and logistics for the past few years. When I had first joined VMware and heard about this, I had just missed the deadline for submitting my order. This year, I made sure to keep an eye out once the new kits were available for order. With a holiday this week, I took my new kit out for a spin and it fits and looks great. I even dropped by our office for a quick picture 🙂
I would like to thank Scott and the team for putting all of this together, I know it took a lot of time including the re-makes, but I am sure everyone is enjoying their new VMware kits! Thank you!
Here are some additional pictures of the items I had purchased. All the clothing were custom printed by Louis Garneau.
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Fraser Hall says
Cannot wait for mine to arrive at the office(VMware Singapore) - Scott has done a superb job, end to end and we all had the opportunity of voting the design... coolio bro. *protected email*
Tom Howarth says
I don't even cycle, but I want them
Blah Admin says
Where do I get one of those?
William Lam says
The orders for the kits have closed internally. I don't believe we'll be doing another order this year, it'll probably be next year.
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Peter Anderson says
I like your hobby, that is good for health. Can I buy that gloves?
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Dennis Dubberley says
Will there be a 2014 kit available for sale?