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Merckx Jersey

Welcome to the past! We present our “retro collection” jerseys, inspired by the most beautiful and famous jerseys from the 50’s Tours.

By redesigning these jerseys, we want to make a tribute to the cycling of yesteryear and the culture of this sport. Providing our own style, which adapts to the needs and current trends.

Purchase securely with our 60-day return policy.


All jerseys are UNISEX.

Size recommendation:

– Men: Usual size

– Women: One size below usual


Model Mick is 178cm 64kg, and wears a size Small to give a close fit.

Made in Girona


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Eddy Merckx started cycling at the age of 14. Four years later, he won the world championship in the amateur category. His professional debut was at the age of 19.
From 1965 to 1978, he won five Tours de France; 35 stages of the French round; 5 Tours of Italy, and even managed to win the Tour of Spain in 1973.
In addition, he won 3 World Championships in cycling, in the long-distance road race (1967, 1971 and 1974), 32 major classics and a total of 525 victories in 1.800 races contested.
In 1972, he broke the world hour record with a time of 49.431 km at the Mexico City velodrome.
In 1964, he took part in the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Considered one of the best cyclists in history, he was nicknamed “The Cannibal”. He ended his sporting career on May 1st, 1978.
He was elected by the International Cycling Union as the best cyclist of the 20th century and, by many fans of this sport, he is considered the best cyclist in history.

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