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Old 01-28-24, 02:45 AM
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Ibex Woolie, 1 of 2, other is black, they are awesome, very nice, 86% merino.


Just got this blue one to go with the red one I already have, 85% merino and my favorite for being full zip.


Another 100% merino.


This is Smartwool, not actually a cycling jersey but really looks the part and is fantastic.


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Took a break from my La Vie Claire uniform that day.
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I tend to go for matches to the bikes, here's some.

The perfect matching jersey for my Krapf bike:




More matches:





And this Merino Wool beauty for the rides on The Guv'nor:




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I don't have some fancy old school team or bike jersey but this is favorite jersey these days.



It even has my nom de plum on it


This is as close as I have to a 'team' jersey
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Great seeing all the nice jerseys and stories !



I purchased Tommasini Racing Frame from a BF member and built it up several years ago.
The seller also had a nice kit that he included with the bike.
Was my first Tommasini and always wanted one as a friend of mine is a serious collector of those bikes I would love seeing them on some of our classic rides.
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Originally Posted by P!N20
Thanks! Wasn’t aware of blocking, will have to try it.

The teeth of the zipper are falling off, so it would need to be replaced. Just like components, any replacement would need to be OEM or a convincing replica. You’re right though, I probably need to ask around and see what can be done.
Your zipper repair MIGHT be pretty easy. A lot of zippers of that era were set on from the inside and stitched down, like a back pocket is attached to the outside of jeans. You just have find a metal tooth zipper of the right length. In the US, you can buy custom length zippers on line, and standard lengths in most fabric stores. Now if you don’t need to be 100% authentic, you can get a coil or plastic zipper from the same places. One advantage of the later choices is they don’t corrode, which might matter if you wear the jersey a lot.
Now if it’s not a set on zipper, it gets a bit more complicated. If you send me a photo of the zipper from the inside of the jersey, I can tell you if this is going to be a simple or complicated fix.
Now back to the parade of jerseys, currently in progress….
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Originally Posted by gearbasher

Would love to find a nice Guerciotti jersey like you show as I have several classic gucci's.
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I had Walz custom make this one for my 25 year old Coppi.



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Got this one from 2velo to go with my Groene Leeuw bike:

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Anjou Vélo Vintage jersey. With the mandatory wine glass.


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Originally Posted by joesch
Would love to find a nice Guerciotti jersey like you show as I have several classic gucci's.
I've owned a few Guerciottis. Sorry for the lousy photo, I'm too lazy to take a proper one. But, these are the two I still have.
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Originally Posted by northbend
I'm a very sentimental person.
Some of the best bike memories I’ve collected over the years were while wearing a Cino Jersey.
Cino (Heroica) is a magical ride. Most years the organizers would offer a jersey.
The jersey design changing nearly every year so they become instant collectors items.
Here are the best of the bunch, all of which were made by Woolrich:

The first one I got was back in 2011. I gave it to Gugie a few years ago.
P1030573 by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

This one has crossed the USA and Western Europe. I don't suppose I'll never part with this one.
Photo courtesy Robert C. by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

My favorite ones have 5 pockets.
The orange one
To Home by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

The blue one
2019 Cino Portrait (Nick VanHorn photo) by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr
‘THE BLUE ONE’ is a classic, fantastic picture! Poster quality, in fact.
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Gainesville Ga. Schwinn, 1988.
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For my Portlandia friends:
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Originally Posted by nlerner
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WOW!

Fantastic. love it.

I have almost pulled the trigger on a nice one from them a couple of times but just couldn't get there.

Great shop, employees, service and community support.

Dave and his crew go above and beyond in most everything they do.

Went to a disc brake clinic there last Thursday, great spread of snacks, very good demonstration, all very good.
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Originally Posted by northbend
This guy, it looks like that jersey was made for and because of him.
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Originally Posted by Cissell
‘THE BLUE ONE’ is a classic, fantastic picture! Poster quality, in fact.
Well, I thought so too and that's why I bought a copy. it was taken by a professional photographer.

Professional photographers are often present at Cino....
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Mrs non-fixie likes jerseys and caps to go with her bikes, so when I saw this one, I got it for her:

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I'm not much of a Bianchi fan or it's jerseys.










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Here are a few more of mine:



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In my gym, and no, it doesn't smell like a gym.






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Originally Posted by nomadmax
In my gym, and no, it doesn't smell like a gym.
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the Levi's/Pinarello jersey caught my attention... mostly because of the Levi's/Raleigh team that existed in the mid(?) 80's. Did Levi's just switch from Raleigh to Pinarello, or was there some other complexity in how things evolved? It always seemed odd to have a manufacturer of "normal" clothing sponsor bike teams, but it's no stranger than a lot of sponsorships.
... and there used to be some bike shorts that had been colored to look like jeans, so perhaps there was more connection that might be obvious?

In any case, this is a good excuse to show the Levi's/Raleigh/SRC jersey that I've got. It's one of the early lycra-ish jerseys, and the material is quite heavy and somewhat rubbery.
It's a good looking jersey, but I've always been surprised that the team logo isn't printed on the back. I've wondered if my jersey was a printing flaw, but a magazine article (below) shows a similar Raleigh jersey.





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