Author Archives: tim bland

We’re hiring! Could you be the Stolen Goat Product Manager?

Job spec: Product Manager, Full Time, Hook Hampshire // This is a core position in Stolen Goat. The candidate will work directly with Tim (founder), and SG lead designer Trevor, and our key suppliers on an ongoing basis to improve the current offering and expand the range where there are gaps and growth opportunities. Stolen […]

Why Stolen Goat Stopped Selling To Wiggle…

Stolen Goat clothing has been available to buy on Wiggle since 2015. Our new SS19 Collection will not be available via Wiggle or Chain Reaction Cycles. Some people have asked about our reasons for taking the step to move away from the WiggleCRC platform, which may seem counter-intuitive on the surface of it, so I […]

Stolen Goat in 2018 – A Note From Tim

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As we recover from the recent festivities I thought it would be timely to discuss briefly our upcoming plans for the year ahead and also a brief look-back on 2017. 2017 was by all accounts a thoroughly enjoyable year for us at stolen goat. Whilst the economic and industry related conditions are still in a […]

How stolen goat grew 1000% despite tough conditions in the cycling industry

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The last 3 years have been tough for the cycling industry. In 2012 when stolen goat was formed on a laptop from my kitchen table we were in the midst of a cycling boom. The Olympics, Bradley Wiggins etc etc all paved the way for a mini boost in the sport’s popularity. This is a […]

One Jersey – 4 Seasons – The Bodyline LS Jersey Offers Ultimate Versatility

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This year we stopped making the traditional long sleeve thermal cycling jersey. In our opinion, as garment technology has evolved the thermal jersey has almost become redundant. In our view, a great piece of kit should offer maximum versatility to offer genuine value for money. And herein lies the issue with a standard thermal jersey. […]

Born In A Shed – My Thoughts On 5 Years Of Business

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A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business. – Henry Ford This week stolen goat turned 5. Despite owning pairs of jeans that are older than this – I realise that 5 years is not an insignificant amount of time to survive in business. The word ‘survive’ is apt here. The first […]