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Jersey sales will support families of California brothers killed by impaired driver

Published May 5, 2022

BALTIMORE (BRAIN) — The Cyclery Bike Shop and Athlos Performance Apparel collaborated on a jersey design to help the families of two California cyclists killed by an impaired driver last month in Utah.

Brothers Matthew and Adam Bullard were killed on April 9 in Washington City while completing an event.

"(It is) an unmeasurable loss to their families, friends, and cycling community, we had to do something," said Steve Herrera of The Cyclery Bike Shop located in La Mirada, California. "These guys were iconic in the cycling community. We are honored to help support the families and create something lasting to honor Matt and Adam."

"The Hillslayers" jersey was designed to celebrate their personalities and power on the bikes. Adam and Matt's names also are printed as well as "King of Turnbull," which is a challenging climb in their area.

They are available in men's, women's, and youth, and in short-sleeved and three-quarter length sleeves. Prices range from $59.95-$79.95.

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