Logo Guide

We have a talented bunch of designers here at Love2Race, and we are happy to offer our advice on the best method of adding logos to your garments within budget. Generally, the better the supplied artwork, the better the end result. Ideally all the art supplied should be in vector format with all the fonts converted to paths or turned to outlines. But don’t worry if you don’t have this; just send us what you have and we’ll work something out. Below is a brief guide to the main methods of embellishment we use.

Digital Sublimation printing

Love2Race specialise in digital sublimation printing. This method allows for unlimited colours and designs. Your designs are produced on large format digital printers and then fused into the fabrics with pressure and heat. They won’t fade or crack with time and will look sharp for the life of the garment. Sublimation works best on race weight garments such as our range of cycle jerseys and running vests.


Traditional embroidery gives a classic look. It works fantastically on uniforms, producing a smart and professional look. Logos smaller than 15cm work best, so we recommend left chest-sized logos on heavier garments such as our jackets, polo shirts and fleeces.

Screen Print

Screen print can be used on most fabrics but works best on our cotton fundraiser and finisher t-shirts. Because of the setups involved, it’s more cost effective on larger runs of garments. The designs can be big and bold.

Digital Transfers

Our modern digital transfers can be applied to all our garments and give us great levels of flexibility, especially on the smaller runs. They are also ideal for printing competitor names on running vests for example.

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