Where do you get one of those "USA Stars and Stripes" jerseys?

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Martha J. Retal

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I've seen people wearing them as they're pedaling around town, but I've never thought to ask where
they got them.

So, RBM-ers, where do you get one of those jerseys? I would prefer long sleeved, as it has been
rather cold here in Tucson. (Yes, it does get cold here in the winter!)

Martha Retallick Tucson, Arizona, USA

Postcards and note cards for bicyclists: http://www.CafeShops.com/Postcarder
 

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Originally posted by Martha J. Retal
I've seen people wearing them as they're pedaling around town, but I've never thought to ask where
they got them.

So, RBM-ers, where do you get one of those jerseys? I would prefer long sleeved, as it has been
rather cold here in Tucson. (Yes, it does get cold here in the winter!)

Martha Retallick Tucson, Arizona, USA

Postcards and note cards for bicyclists: http://www.CafeShops.com/Postcarder

If you are interested, I have a Voler US Flag jersey (pic available) in size XXL club cut for sale. It's too big for me now, but is in excellent shape. It is short sleeve, though.

mvnbikesATyahoodotcom if interested.
 
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On Mon, 09 Feb 2004 23:50:12 GMT, mvnbikes
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>Martha J. Retal wrote:
> > I've seen people wearing them as they're pedaling around town, but I've never thought to ask
> > where they got them. So, RBM-ers, where do you get one of those jerseys? I would prefer long
> > sleeved, as it has been rather cold here in Tucson. (Yes, it does get cold here in the winter!)
> > Martha Retallick Tucson, Arizona, USA Postcards and note cards for bicyclists:
> > http://www.cafeshops.com/Postcarderhttp://www.CafeShops.com/Postcarder
>
>If you are interested, I have a Voler US Flag jersey (pic available) in size XXL club cut for sale.
>It's too big for me now, but is in excellent shape. It is short sleeve, though.

It would be WAY too big for me! But thanks for letting me know...

Martha Retallick Tucson, Arizona, USA

Postcards and note cards for bicyclists: http://www.CafeShops.com/Postcarder
 
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