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    7 Eleven Cycling Jerseys?

    Has anyone been able to find 7 Eleven Cycling Jerseys? Seems like there are a lot of fake Chinese websites out there.

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    Cool, thank you! I talked to them and I guess the jerseys are coming in next month!

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    I guess I could have looked at the blogs and Youtube videos.

    I should have looked at the blog and the Youtube videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeNut69 View Post
    Has anyone been able to find 7 Eleven Cycling Jerseys? Seems like there are a lot of fake Chinese websites out there.
    As opposed to the totally-legit jerseys being supplied to the ongoing 7-11 team?
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    Hi, thank you for the link DEW21! The new 7-Eleven jerseys are licensed by Jim Ochowicz actually. $5 of the sale of these jerseys goes to the Davis Phinney foundation.

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    American Cycling

    An American has pretty much wrapped up the Vuelta a Espana. We have come a long way since team 7-Eleven.

    Quote Originally Posted by bicyclinghub View Post
    Hi, thank you for the link DEW21! The new 7-Eleven jerseys are licensed by Jim Ochowicz actually. $5 of the sale of these jerseys goes to the Davis Phinney foundation.

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    On a related note about jerseys: If anyone is thinking about getting a Radio Shack/Leopard jersey it might be a good time to do it - Radio Shack corp isn't in good financial health and there's a good chance they'll have to stop sponoring a pro cycling team. Hope it don't happen, but its a distinct possibility.

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    Tell me if I'm wrong, I believe Radio Shack sold it's Pro Tour license to Trek? Any word on if anyone signed Horner yet? I bet his price went up this weekend. I hope he finds something shortly. Seems like a class act. Crazy about the missed test. I would have expected him to be with his wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicyclinghub View Post
    An American has pretty much wrapped up the Vuelta a Espana. We have come a long way since team 7-Eleven.
    Taking nothing away from Horner here. Spectacular achievement.

    But better check out 7-11s palmares before saying that.

    I believe (correct me if I'm wrong) Motorola took over in mid '91. I've been waiting to be as thrilled as I was when Americans were winning stages in the TDF though and Horner did that alright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skidder View Post
    On a related note about jerseys: If anyone is thinking about getting a Radio Shack/Leopard jersey it might be a good time to do it - Radio Shack corp isn't in good financial health and there's a good chance they'll have to stop sponoring a pro cycling team. Hope it don't happen, but its a distinct possibility.
    Serves them right for dumping electronic hobbyist parts in favor of cell phones and crappy toys.

    On a brighter side, those 7-Eleven jerseys are pretty sweet. I may just get one.
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    I got my jersey, I got my jersey! It's freaking sweet. I will post a picture of it later!

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