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Does anyone know of a good place to buy cycling jerseys? I mean proper team style ones as opposed to the plain ones you get in Sport Maxx, Athleticum etc?

Any help really appreciated :-)
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Old 18.08.2011, 12:08
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Re: Cycling Jerseys

I always buy things online from the UK.... I can recommend this website..

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/cycle/team-jerseys/
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Old 18.08.2011, 12:08
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Re: Cycling Jerseys

Are you attempting to crash a Tour de France after party un-detected? LOL

But seriously I've not seen teamstyle stuff in the sport department stores... why not pop down to the local "High-End" bike store and chat with them there? Any true enthusiast and prideful owner at such store worth their salt would know
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Old 18.08.2011, 12:11
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Re: Cycling Jerseys

I'm a fan of foska myself.. not exactly "team" style but this is my fav. jersey..




http://www.foska.com/cycling-jerseys/road

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Old 18.08.2011, 12:18
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Re: Cycling Jerseys

and a little number for the Cornish......

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Re: Cycling Jerseys

I bought my British cycling team one off www.evanscycles.com they have all the team ones and free delivery.
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Old 18.08.2011, 13:32
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and a little number for the Cornish......

Now WHERE do I get my hands on this beauty? Same url as above?

Edit: yep, indeed it is. Some other brilliant ones, esp the A-Z
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Old 18.08.2011, 13:56
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Now WHERE do I get my hands on this beauty? Same url as above?

Edit: yep, indeed it is. Some other brilliant ones, esp the A-Z

if you ever get lost all you have to do is look at your jersey..
unless of course the street you need is on the back....then you're buggered
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Old 18.08.2011, 14:14
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Re: Cycling Jerseys

p.s.. if anyone ever gets a lead on a skull clap like that handsome model is wearing in that pic above please let me know. ( can't find one anywhere )
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Why don't you buy yourself one of those HAD headbands, which you can turn into a face mask, sweatband, skullcap, etc?
http://www.actionsports.de/de/Beklei...er:::1_23.html
I'm using one under my helmet as a sweat absorber and it works like a charm....

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Old 18.08.2011, 14:58
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Why don't you buy yourself one of those HAD headbands, which you can turn into a face mask, sweatband, skullcap, etc?
http://www.actionsports.de/de/Beklei...er:::1_23.html
I'm using one under my helmet as a sweat absorber and it works like a charm....

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thanks... actually I do have a one of them for winter wear..

but what I meant was that specific one in the pic.. UnionJack
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Does anyone know of a good place to buy cycling jerseys? I mean proper team style ones as opposed to the plain ones you get in Sport Maxx, Athleticum etc?

Any help really appreciated :-)
Hah - I actually live pretty close to the Assos store in Mendrisio

There's plenty of tricot manufacturers right here on the other side of the border in Italy....

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Re: Cycling Jerseys

Here's some nice kit for the ladies: http://team.bike-import.ch/index.php?id=66
You can order it through the shop (and reasonably priced by Swiss standards).

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Old 18.08.2011, 15:16
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Re: Cycling Jerseys

if you WANT to go for the Swiss look...
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http://www.bikeshopswitzerland.com/c...6ea8bcb130d1c8
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http://radnroll.ch/produkte/rund-ums...dung/index.php

More here, and I just love that pink lady's jerseyfor some reason.
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