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Old 09-11-05, 12:22 PM
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god. 565..you are right. Better destroy my Michigan jersey..Might find me playing quarterback if not careful.
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Old 09-11-05, 01:01 PM
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god. 565..you are right. Better destroy my Michigan jersey..Might find me playing quarterback if not careful.
Yes quickly! We dont want to be posers now do we!
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There is a red sox logo on a bike jersey w/world champions on it. The pan mass challenge produced them. You should be able to go to the pan-mass challenge website by googling it. I got one. I don't wear it, but I had to get one! Go Red Sox!
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Originally Posted by slacker_express
The only one I've seen is the Red Sox jersey that you can get via the Pan Mass Challenge site

https://www.pmc.org/store/store.asp?Cat=Rider%20Jersey

They claim that this is the only "professional cycling jersey sanctioned by Major League Baseball to be adorned with the new 2004 World Championship logo."
Yes, MLB owns the World Series etc. logos, so it had to be officially licensed. I have one and wear it with pride

However, the PMC has been doing Red Sox jerseys for a number of years. Couple of years ago, they did one that looked almost like a game jersey, it was pretty cool looking.

Go Sox!
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No offense guys, but I don't see the point. Baseball is as exciting as warming up for a time trial. Wearing a football jersey around here would just increase the liklihood that I'd get hit by a car.
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So because we like cycling, we can't like any other sport? Okay.........

I might get one of those sox ones, but jeez, so costly, and me without a job,
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Any CFL jerseys? Go Roughriders!
 
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
No offense guys, but I don't see the point. Baseball is as exciting as warming up for a time trial.
you're wayyy off, warming up is much more exciting than baseball, I would put baseball at the level of checking a tube for a small hole, or cleaning a chain.
 
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Baseball is way exciting if you understand how complicated and how difficult the sport actually is. More exciting than watching a bike race I say. Even though I like that too.
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Originally Posted by DocRay
you're wayyy off, warming up is much more exciting than baseball, I would put baseball at the level of checking a tube for a small hole, or cleaning a chain.
Sorry. I was trying to be diplomatic. I was debating whether or not to recount what an acquaintance of mine said when offered free tickets to an Orioles game. Picture him using hands as scales. "Death... Baseball... Baseball... Death... I think I'll go with death." I used to watch. I used to care. About the time Bo Jackson retired, I lost all interest though - realized it is a game, rather than a sport. Stand David Wells next to Juan Antonio Fletcha, or Nate Newton next to Greg Lemond and point out which one is the athlete. I'd rather wear an obscure Brioches Boulangere jersey than anything from the NFL or MLB.
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Originally Posted by Kennys001
There is a red sox logo on a bike jersey w/world champions on it. The pan mass challenge produced them. You should be able to go to the pan-mass challenge website by googling it. I got one. I don't wear it, but I had to get one! Go Red Sox!
If one is wearing a baseball jersey turned into a bike jersey, the cyclist can't be thought a poser , can he/she? Question would be , poser for what?
Zorro..I would like to see VO2 stats for cyclists compared to other athletes, except maybe quaterbacks..
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Bump.

Tried searching the internet for NFL and MLB jerseys but had no luck.

Anyone else out there find anything besides the college jerseys?
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Old 04-14-09, 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by DocRay
you're wayyy off, warming up is much more exciting than baseball, I would put baseball at the level of checking a tube for a small hole, or cleaning a chain.
Now, this is funny!
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Originally Posted by Jive Turkey
Bump.

Tried searching the internet for NFL and MLB jerseys but had no luck.

Anyone else out there find anything besides the college jerseys?
I've searched everywhere with zero success. I believe the problem is their licensing agreements and there isn't enough demand to justify the cost of producing cycling jerseys.
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Originally Posted by TheDTrain
Or NBA?

I need a sox jersey.
I would buy a Red Sox jersey!
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You guys have time to watch sports on television? Outside of F1, Spring Classics and TDF of course.
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Originally Posted by Jive Turkey
Bump.

Tried searching the internet for NFL and MLB jerseys but had no luck.

Anyone else out there find anything besides the college jerseys?
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Old 04-14-09, 03:36 PM
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Originally Posted by curiouskid55
You guys have time to watch sports on television? Outside of F1, Spring Classics and TDF of course.
Alright, David Stoller, are you serious? Somebody needs a good dose of "Lost" or "The Biggest Loser", no pun intended.

You could just buy a girl's jersey in small and rock that out... Geaux Saints!
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I suppose you could try something like: https://customsublimation.com/
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I've always wanted a Smurf jersey.
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Originally Posted by donrhummy
I suppose you could try something like: https://customsublimation.com/
Someone could try to make a custom MLB/NFL cycling jersey but if the company is somewhat reputable, they will decline the order.
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Originally Posted by bwak21
This site has quite a few different US Pro sports teams logos applied to cycling gear.
So it looks like you hockey, baseball, and basketball fans are covered. No NFL teams though...sigh...still can't get that Cowboys jersey.

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Yeah, the cowboy jersey would be the shizzits.

The NFL has very restrictive licensing standards. There's a lot of stuff I'd like them to cover . . . I've been looking and waiting for Cowboy checks for years.
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Yeah, the cowboy jersey would be the shizzits.

The NFL has very restrictive licensing standards. There's a lot of stuff I'd like them to cover . . . I've been looking and waiting for Cowboy checks for years.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Wearing a football jersey around here would just increase the likelihood that I'd get hit by a car.
That's why I've been wearing pro cycling jerseys because no one knows what the teams are about. So I can go and ride around in safety without some angry Steelers fan runniing me over because I have a Saints or a Seahawks jersey, or if I were to wear a hockey jersey, it'd be the Montreal Canadiens instead of the Penguins. As for baseball, I'd still rock the Pirates jersey. Even on the last game of the finals, I wore my Celtics basketball jersey around town as the Lakers came back ion the 2nd half and beat them
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