Archive for category classic caps
OK, not strictly a cap so totally breaking the rules with self interest but here is The Eddy – Belgian Up! t-shirt just in time to welcome the world’s greatest cyclist to Adelaide for the Tour Down Under.
jJust $21aus, order from here Mon-Domestique.
If you have not read her blog you really must. She just posted a piece called ‘What’s in a Cycling Cap‘ which is great. It’s great because more cyclists – both sporting, randonneur and transport are wearing caps.
photo – http://lovelybike.blogspot.com
Some old photos of the Tour de France of 1928 have just been added to Flickr by Numerius. Do you think goggles will make a comeback like caps?
and no cap in this one but it is excellent!
Fact: A cycling cap worn properly make you look more Euro and therefore cooler..
Here’s Hennie and he is looking very Euro in his DAF Trucks team kit. Now the Bic jersey is not as available at Prendas I am eyeing off this one and this cap look seals the deal!
This is Robert wearing a great cap from the bicycle manufacturer Alan to go with his steel frame Alan bike he’d restored.
Alan Bicycles: First in the world to make aluminium and carbon frames In 1972, ALAN was the first company to introduce an all aluminum frameset made from aerospace grade aluminum. Just a few years later in 1976, ALAN was again first in developing and manufacturing a production carbon frame made by bonding Torayca carbon fibre composite tubing to cast aluminium lugs, a process still widely used today by many manufacturers.
How would you feel walking into a 7-Eleven store wearing a 7-Eleven cap?
Update: after posting this I saw one in the LBS so I will give it a go.
All three, sunrise and wearing cycling caps – Bic (me), is it Saeco? and Adelaide Cyclists right.
Out on the road locally I am starting to see more riders wearing caps than not. Is it really an increasing trend?
LA GAZZETTA DELLA BICI: A new goldmine from Peter Dreesens.
Check out the rest of the collection. Sport graphic design has never been better.
Denis Christopher as Dave Stoller in the 1979 film Breaking Away. It was directed by Peter Yates who coincidently died in January this year.
Aerodinamica blog also loves caps.
Pdm was a dutch pro cycling team from 1986 until end of 1992
The team was successful in classic (the 1988 Züri-Metzgete won by Steven Rooks) and had riders like Sean Kelly, Pedro Delgado, Breukink, Van Poppel, Van Petegem and the basler Stefan Mutter and the aarauer Jorg Muller.
Involved in doping affair in 1990 and 1991, the team was sold to Festina in the 1992.
Pdm cap is one of the 2010 collection “Vintage“ including 7 Eleven-Bianchi-Bic-Brooklyn-Clement-Del Tongo-Jolly Ceramica-Mercatone uno-Mercier-Molteni-Panasonic-Peugeot-Reynolds-Renault-Salvarani-Scic-Z-Vetements.
One size, 100% cotton, 100% made in Italy. Info & orders: welcome [at] aerodinamica.ch