Raleigh Banana Retro Jersey - Short Sleeve

Size Guide
Size Guide: Santini Short Sleeve Jerseys
All size guides on the Prendas website have been specifically prepared to help you get the right size garment. We do not use generic charts from manufacturers, we measure every garment that we sell.

For this garment, "Harry" the mannequin (which the vast majority of our product photographs are taken on) wears a size Large and he measures chest 39"/ 99cm, height 6`0"/ 183cm. It is worth noting that our sizing recommendations are based on a close fit, so if you want a bit of room, it is sometimes advisable to go up one size.

Summary Guide:
Chest Size Up to 32in 32-34in 34-36in 36-38in 38-40in 40-42in 42-44in 44-46in 46-48in 48-50in 50-52in 52-54in 53-55in

Detailed Guide:
The detailed size guide allows you to compare an existing garment that you own, measure it like we've done (taking all measurements from the outside, with the garment lying flat) and then compare the sizing.

Picture showing where you need to measure your jerseys to determine what size you will need.
Chest: Lay the garment flat and measure between the lowest point of the arm seams.

Front: The length at the centre, from the top of the collar to the bottom of the hem.

Back: The length at the centre back, from the top of the collar to the bottom of the hem.

Sleeve Length: Measure from the bottom of the collar to the end of the sleeve.

Size Chest
Front Back Sleeve
XXS - - - -
XS 45cm 52cm 65cm 36cm
S 48cm 55cm 68cm 37cm
M 49cm 57cm 71cm 37cm
L 52cm 61cm 74cm 39cm
XL 54cm 62cm 76cm 41cm
XXL 56cm 63cm 78cm 42cm
3XL 58cm 64cm 80cm 43cm
4XL 60cm 64cm 80cm 44cm
5XL 62cm 65cm 82cm 46cm
6XL 64cm 64cm 82cm 46cm
7XL 66cm 64cm 83cm 46cm
8XL 67.5cm 64cm 83cm 46cm

We are proud and privileged to return this eye-catching jersey back to the marketplace. Faithfully produced by the original manufacturer Santini in modern fabrics this accurate Raleigh Banana retro jersey is officially licensed by Raleigh UK.

Given the fact that Dave Rayner rode for the team in 1988 and 1989, we felt it was only right that the Dave Rayner Fund received a £10 donation for every garment sold - just like the Rocket Espresso Milano garments.



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It may come as a surprise to some but there was a burgeoning UK pro scene over 2 decades ago. The focal point was the legendary Kellogs City Centre series where Continental pro's would regularly guest in these races and would routinely be humiliated by the Brit based experts of this fast and furious racing.

It was televised too and was one of the few opportunities to see live cycle racing on the box pre-Eurosport.  The famed marque Raleigh were always strong in this discipline and indeed the formidable Raleigh Banana team even had a replica bike (in fact a choice of two, one budget made from 501 and one pukka team replica in 753).

The team were also highly visible in the Milk Race, the high point in the domestic calendar.  Dave Rayner, Tim Harris, Chris Lillywhite, Adrian Timmis, Dave Mann, Chris Walker and Jonny Clay all rode the prestigious event with sales of Raleigh bikes no doubt benefiting from the team's presence.  It's also worth highlighting that both Chris Walker and Jonny Clay are now on the committee that choose which riders get support from the fund.

Steve Douce was another rider on the team's roster, giving the team valuable publicity during the Winter months thanks to his off-road prowess including winning numerous cyclo-cross events including the national championships.

Just like the Rocket Espresso Milano team garments we will donate £10.00 (GB Pounds) to the Dave Rayner Fund for every jersey and matching Raleigh Banana bib shorts sold.   The donation is a result of Raleigh UK waiving a royalty charge for using the name and Prendas Ciclismo matching the royalty.

We would like to publicly thank both Geoff Giddings and Pippa Wibberley of Raleigh UK for their co-operation and invaluable assistance in making this project happen.


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