Retro Cycling Outfit 7-Eleven - Jacket (fleece) and long pants  - Red/Green

Retro Cycling Outfit 7-Eleven - Jacket (fleece) and long pants - Red/Green

€85,50

Retro replica warm cycling wear from our Retro Cycling collection. With the look of the past and the comfort of the present.

Retro Cycling has a wide range of replica cycling jerseys from different vintage cycling teams. We have both long-sleeved and fleece items in our selection. This way you can enjoy the nostalgia and keep on riding, even in the cold! 


ATTENTION: 'Italian' sizing and 'slim fit' so be sure to choose one size bigger than your usual European dress size. CHECK OUT THE SIZING TABLE.

Scroll down to find out more about the story of this cycling outfit.


Note:

Slightly smaller. When in doubt between two sizes, it is best to choose the largest size. See size chart above for the size details.



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Article number: 5226601840685

Categories: All Cycling Clothing, Warm Clothing - Men

Retro Combinationset long pants 7-Eleven - Red/Green

Save money with our great set offers! Order now the combination of long racing trousers and a winter jacket (fleece) from 7-Eleven for an unbeatable set price of €85.50. This comfortable cycling jersey is a replica of the jersey of the American professional cycling team 7-Eleven from the years 1981 to 1990. 

7-Eleven was a former professional cycling team founded in the United States in 1981. The team was sponsored by the 7-Eleven supermarket chain and the bicycle manufacturer Schwinn. The team was active from 1981 to 1990 and continued under the name Motorola from 1991 to 1996.

The team was founded by the 29-year-old American and former Olympic cyclist Jim Ochowicz. As the name implies, the team started with 7 riders of which Eric Heiden was the team captain. Later, Canadian Ron Hayman joined the team. The 7-Eleven team appeared in the 1985 film American Flyers. This was also the year the team started racing professionally. With success, because at the 1986 Tour de France, Alex Stieda became the first Canadian ever to win the yellow jersey. Not that he could enjoy it for long, as he only had the jersey for one day. However, the biggest victory and highlight of the team was at the 1988 Giro d'Italia. Andy Hampsten won the overall victory and also took home the title of "King of the Mountains".

A characteristic of this team was that they always rode on Eddy Merckx bikes between 1989 and 1996.  

Davis Phinney in fietskleding vintage

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Please note! Falls slightly smaller. When in doubt between two sizes, choose the larger size. See size chart for measurements.