G4/Peter Sagan collaboration: “Peter’s Flowers”

Peter Sagan, one of the professional cycling world’s most exciting talents, who enjoys entertaining his legion of fans with daring attacks, playful victory salutes and his amazing bike handling skills, is dipping his toe into the world of fashionable leisure wear.
On the eve of the world’s biggest annual sporting event, the Tour de France, double green jersey winner Peter Sagan is launching his “Peter’s Flowers” Polo and T-shirt. Conceived in collaboration with G4 designer Geoffroy Lequatre, the azure-blue polo shirt with contrasting white collar and cuffs, portrays Peter’s face in flocked flowers on the front with his signature and year of birth on the back, revealing his gentler, more romantic side.

Peter explained:
“I’ve been thinking about doing something special for my fantastic supporters for a while and when I met G4 our ideas meshed perfectly to produce a garment that’s eminently stylish and very wearable. We’ve also extended the concept to produce a passion-pink t-shirt for my female fans. I’ll get such a kick from seeing them wearing these special, limited edition shirts along the roads of the Tour de France.”

This could be the start of yet another run of multiple victories for the Slovakian road race champion!


Peter Sagan wearing His “Peter’s Flowers” Collection made by G4

Founded in 2010, G4 is a young, vibrant brand based in the French, Cote d’Azur which designs and produces sporting garments of the highest specification. Real-life partners Geoffroy Lequatre and Petra Harangi obsess over the tiniest details to ensure that their stylish, form-fitting products sold on line in the G4 boutique www.g4dimension.com and at selected retailers will delight even the most discerning customer.

Peter Sagan is a brilliant cyclist and an extraordinarily talented Slovakian sportsman. Born in Zilina on 26th January 1990, he’s gifted, precocious, fast and unconventional: Sagan is Mr. Personality! He started his career at a young age in cross-country mountain biking, becoming 2008 Junior World cross-country Champion and runner-up in the cyclo-cross Junior Worlds. He turned pro in 2009 with the Liquigas Team (now Cannondale Pro Cycling), which selected the 19-year old Sagan for his first WorldTour race at the Santos Tour Down Under in January 2010. The two-time green jersey winner at the Tour de France is currently one of the top-ranked riders in the UCI World Tour Ranking. www.petersagan.com