Lejeune BP Retro Team Jersey

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The 1977 Lejeune-BP cycling team was a professional cycling team sponsored by Lejeune, a French bicycle manufacturer, and BP, the well-known oil and gas company. This team was part of the professional peloton in the 1970s, a time when cycling was dominated by European riders and teams.

The standout rider on the team was Lucien Van Impe – who won the Mountains Classification at the Tour de France that year.

Our retro team jerseys are handmade in our Italian factory using the very best technical fabrics. Featuring a set-in sleeve with 4cm silicone gripper cuffs, they deliver a classic fit with a consistent stretch to ensure full freedom of movement.

With an array of details – including silicone grippers, reflective detailing, three rear cargo pockets plus a 4th coin zip pocket – our jerseys are perfect for looking the part at a vintage cycling festival, or just out for an all-day ride in the sunshine. 

 Specifications:

  • Great retro look!
  • Breathable Diamante technical fabric
  • UV protection
  • Full length zipper
  • Laser cut arm gripper cuffs
  • Silicon elastic hem
  • Three rear cargo pockets with 4th zipped valuables pocket
  • Made in Italy
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