Retro Cycling Jersey Saint-Raphaël - Red/Blue
Retro Cycling Jersey Saint-Raphaël - Red/Blue

Retro Cycling Jersey Saint-Raphaël - Red/Blue


Cycling Jerseys - Men

Retro replica cycling jerseys for men 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. Enjoy the nostalgia and feel like a real pro!

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.

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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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Retro Cycling Jersey Saint-Raphaël - Red/Blue

Order this beautiful replica cycling shirt from Saint-Raphaël now at an unbeatable bargain price. This comfortable cycling shirt is a replica of the shirt of the French professional cycling team Saint-Raphaël from the period 1954-1964.

Saint-Raphaël is a French cycling team founded in 1954. Throughout its existence, Saint-Raphaël had several well-known sponsors: Geminiani, Dunlop, Helyett, Hutchinson and Gitane. From 1954-1961 the cycling team was known as Saint-Raphaël Geminiani-Dunlop. For the next 3 years, the team changed its name because of the change of sponsors. Saint-Raphaël won the Tour de France three times in a row. In addition, other major tournaments were won by the cycling team. A number of big and famous cyclists have served at Saint-Raphaël for example: Jacques Anquetil, Jean Stablinski, Raphaël Geminiani and many more.

Jacques Anquetil in the jersey of Saint-Raphael

The team also included cyclists from other European countries. The Dutch Jo De Roo, Ab Geldermans and Michel Stolker rode for the team. There were also the British Brian Robinson and René Binggeli from Switzerland and the Belgian Marcel Janssens. The most famous non-French rider was the German Rudi Altig. He won the 1962 Tour of Spain and the Tour de France points classification and in 1964 the Tour of Flanders. The team leader was the legendary French cyclist Raphaël Géminiani.

Attention: It's a bit smaller. When in doubt between two sizes, choose the largest size. See size chart for dimensions.  

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