Sir Chris has got a new site

Sir Chris Hoy has a new website and it’s nice. Designed by Bristol agency Fiasco Design, with the talented Ben Steers at the helm of this project. It’s a great website for images and info on the legend himself. It’s good to see good design permeating all corners of cycling and Headset Press believe that good design is at the heart of what we do. Of course form should never come before function but they should go hand in hand. Anyway, go have a look at the brand spanking new Sir Chris Hoy site here. Originally from Creative Review, who posted the original.

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