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Old 01-02-07, 12:23 PM   #1
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keirin jerseys

does anybody know where i can find them? i can't seem to find any online retailers.

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Old 01-02-07, 07:40 PM   #2
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They were issued by the track, not owned by the rider, if I recall correctly. When finished with, they were usually just destroyed.

More to the point, why do you want them? They didn't fit all that well, were made for tiny riders, were hot and uncomfortable, and there are much better alternatives out there. And except for a number they didn't have much on them.
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They didn't fit all that well, were made for tiny riders,
Except that they wear all that padding for some kerin racing. Makes 'em look cartoon superheroes. Got to be plenty of room in there

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Man, I love Keirin racing!
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They were issued by the track, not owned by the rider, if I recall correctly. When finished with, they were usually just destroyed.

More to the point, why do you want them? They didn't fit all that well, were made for tiny riders, were hot and uncomfortable, and there are much better alternatives out there. And except for a number they didn't have much on them.



i just thing one would look good on my wall. plus it beats any luminous jacket....
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Bike Central in Portland has a few. You might ping them and see where they got them. www.bike-central.com.
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