"Squid" is a term used by the riding community. It has many, many MANY definitions and that definition varies depending on who you are asking the question to. Ask us? A squid is someone on a motorcycle who is unprepared, uneducated, and/or unsafe.
No Squidding is not about hate. It's about safety. Similar to how the "No Smoking" signs urge smokers to not smoke, we are here to try and help encourage riders to progress -- ultimately to become better, safer & more talented riders.
We have supporters worldwide, from professional stunt riders to professional racers and everyone in between. The movement continues to gain momentum in the right direction thanks to everyone out there who supports No Squidding.
That is a great place to end up! In our opinion, it is one of the ONLY places a rider can TRULY ride a sport bike to its full potential.
However, the track is already deeply coated in safety. There are rider meetings, sighting laps, different groups to help segregate faster riders from slower riders, gear requirements, tech inspections for your bike, the list goes on and on! We have full confidence that if a rider goes to the track, they will have no choice but to embrace what NOSQUIDDING.com stands for. Therefore, we focus our efforts on attracting the attention of riders on the street, in hopes to one day lead them to a track environment.
One of our goals is to lead street riders into a track environment. We are unable to reach this audience if we eliminate the stepping stones (that MANY of us have used to get to the track) from their vision.
If your ultimate goal is to drag a knee, then you are off to a bad start. Proper body position is what you should be striving for. You should become focused on becoming a better rider, and forget about the knee dragging. That will come naturally.
Our products are fulfilled as they are ordered, which means shipping starts once the product is printed and packed. We do not offer expedited shipping to avoid customers anticipating expedited timeframes.
Generally, allow a few days for the shipment to be sent out, and then enough time for the package to travel to you.
Any claims for misprinted/damaged/defective items must be submitted within 30 days after the product has been received. For packages lost in transit, all claims must be submitted no later than 30 days after the estimated delivery date. Claims deemed an error on our part are covered at our expense.
We do not accept returns unless the item(s) are damaged or incorrect. Please contact us for any unique situations regarding your order before sending anything back to us.
Reasons for Returns
If you provide an address that is considered insufficient by the courier, the shipment will be returned to our facility. You will be liable for reshipment costs once we have confirmed an updated address with you.
Shipments that go unclaimed are returned to our facility and you will be liable for the cost of a reshipment.
Each piece of clothing should come with instructions for washing along with details of how to properly care for it. Following those care instructions will result in a longer life for the clothing. If unable to locate care instructions, we recommend following the below:
Machine wash cold, inside-out, gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colors. Use non-chlorine bleach, only when necessary. No fabric softeners.
Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life.
Cool iron inside-out if necessary. Do not iron decoration.
We use Direct to Garment (DTG) printers for all of our clothing.
Direct to Garment (DTG) is a method where a printer directly applies the ink onto the t-shirt with inkjet technology. It involves a special printer, which prints the ink directly onto the garment in the desired design. DTG uses specialty inks, which are absorbed by the fibers of the garment.