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Where can I find this T-Mobile jersey?

Old 11-15-05, 02:25 AM
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Where can I find this T-Mobile jersey?

https://www.bicyclinghub.com/tgechje1.html
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Old 11-15-05, 03:09 AM
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Germany would be your best bet. I'm not kidding.
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Isn't it ironic that it is the German National Champion's jersey, but made in North American sizing? I agree though, that's a very sharp looking jersey.
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Maybe Jan will let you have his if you ask politely. I hear he's a really nice guy.
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i bought mine in Freiburg (Germany) might be difficult to find one now, i would guess adidas stopped making them as the german champion is not a T-mobile rider anymore
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"Andreas Kloden made this jersey famous with his brilliant ride in the 2005 Tour de France. The T-Mobile German Champion Jersey. Sizing on this is North American. "

Wait... 2005? Didn't he where it in 2004. I'm pretty sure when I saw Kloden and Ulle chasing down the angry elf they were both wearing pink..?

If I saw someobody wearing a champion's jersey, I'd probably tell them to their face that they were a moron poser. To have as a collector's item - yeah, I'd get it if I could afford. Note that i have a lot less problem with people who wear pro-kit stuff. I couldn't care less - but wearing a champions jersey when you aren't is a serious no-no. You want to wear a champion jersey, go out and earn one or don't wear one. Seriously - most states have state champion jerseys that you are allowed to wear for racing for the whole year if you win. Colorado does at least. The old one I saw was stupidly ugly - but whatever.
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Lombardi Sports had some a few weeks back. If you find one in Small, let me know. My faincee wants one.
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Originally Posted by jbhowat
"Andreas Kloden made this jersey famous with his brilliant ride in the 2005 Tour de France. The T-Mobile German Champion Jersey. Sizing on this is North American. "

Wait... 2005? Didn't he where it in 2004. I'm pretty sure when I saw Kloden and Ulle chasing down the angry elf they were both wearing pink..?

If I saw someobody wearing a champion's jersey, I'd probably tell them to their face that they were a moron poser. To have as a collector's item - yeah, I'd get it if I could afford. Note that i have a lot less problem with people who wear pro-kit stuff. I couldn't care less - but wearing a champions jersey when you aren't is a serious no-no. You want to wear a champion jersey, go out and earn one or don't wear one. Seriously - most states have state champion jerseys that you are allowed to wear for racing for the whole year if you win. Colorado does at least. The old one I saw was stupidly ugly - but whatever.
national championships are right before the tour... klden won it before the '04 tour and wore it up until the german championships in '05
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