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Old 11-30-10, 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by BarracksSi
I just think it's funny that after bike manufacturer names, beer jerseys seem to be the most numerous.

I've got two.
True... there seems to be a connection between beer and bicycles wherever you go, and it's not just because they both start with the letter 'B." Maybe it's because there is hardly anything better than a good beer after a long ride. It seems that a lot of brewery employees are also into biking. A lot of breweries are bicycle friendly with plenty of racks for bikes, and a lot of them actually sponsor bike racing teams. Our largest local brewery is also the big hangout for cyclists of all types - from roadies to mountain bikers and hipster fixie riders. The racks in front of the brewery/restaurant on a busy night are packed with nice bikes. They also sponsor a lot of bicycle related events around town.

Maybe it all started back in the late 70s or early 80s when the Red Zinger Classic stage race became the Coors Classic? At that point cyclists officially switched from tea to beer

Speaking of Colorado breweries (and a much better one than Coors), New Belgium Brewery has been doing some major marketing in our grocery store for a couple of years now - with a large display that includes a rotating crop of seasonal beer and a different cruiser bicycle every few months or so.
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I lived in Olympia in the late 50s/early 60s and have one of these jerseys. Not a cycling team but it was a good beer.
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where the hell can i get this jersey?
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Originally Posted by bluecd
Exactly what every hipster needs to go with his man-pris.
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Old 06-21-11, 04:26 AM
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Originally Posted by RonH
I lived in Olympia in the late 50s/early 60s and have one of these jerseys. Not a cycling team but it was a good beer.
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I bought a guinness cycling jersey from the guinness cycling team at www.guinnesscycling.com

I e-mailed them directly and they let me know what they had available. shipping was quick. Great Jersey!!
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I have a Pinxtermolen jersey. Its a bar in Belgium that sponsers sports teams. The jersey fades from a golden yellow at the bottom to white at the shoulders, sort of like a glass of beer. I have to trim down about 10 pounds before i can wear it.
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