Cycling jerseys...show 'em!



Mr. Beanz

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I bought some new jerseys recently, getting tired of the solid plain colors from Performance. Not to mention they are expensive now compared to past years when they could be had on sale for $9.....Nowadays $30, are you kidding me?

So this is my collection now, some old and some new.

$24 on love2pedal dot com. Actually $19 as I had a coupon code for $5 off. I bought it as a beater jersey to wear on wet or rides I figure a jersey might get beat. But then once I saw it in person, I really liked the vivid colors. Now I'd hate to get it dirty ha ha!

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Again, $24 and 5 off. Bright color for nights, bought as a beater jersey.

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$35 with 5 off, not sure why I bought it ha ha!


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Fat *******, seemed to fit the bill ha ha! $24 with 5 off, $19 can't beat that!

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$35 from another website. Fits snug so I let Gina wear it.

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Popeye, $35. Save it for an organized ride or something fun.

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Drunk *******, $35 with 5 off. Figured it would be good for a few laughs even though I don't drink beer.

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Bone Collector. Not sure why I bought this but glad I did. $35. Colors are nice in person, cog heart and skulls on sleeves look cool.


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Mr. Beanz

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A few others. I wanted something different from the solids so this was my original purchase from a local bike shop. $80


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Ordered this on a Clydesdale cycling forum. $75 each, both Gina and I got one.

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This was at the top of an 8 mile 2300 ft climb (GMR). It may be aerodynamic but it doesn't help one climb in 90 degree temps. :D

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Pink cancer awareness jersey.

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This is the most coveted jersey around here! Finisher's jersey of Breathless Agony. Only finishers have it and not many riders are willing to give it a try. Timed event, cut off times, 114 miles with 12,000 ft of gain. Practically all of it in the first 72 miles. I've only seen maybe 5 other guys wearing it out of the thousands of cyclists we cross paths with.

I know plenty of forum members who tried, but nope! :p


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