This 200 page book by Oliver Knight provides an in-depth study into the history and evolution of the iconic cycling jersey.
A large format coffee-table book (21cm x 29cm), illustrated with over 500 images, showcasing a wealth of jerseys and cycling ephemera, alongside many classic and previously unpublished archive images.
Including the first hand accounts from the riders who wore them, the designers who create them, and the collectors who now covet them.
The book is complete with interviews with the world’s leading jersey aficionados and collectors, and the creative teams behind the breakthrough and defining designs of the modern era from racewear brands Castelli, Sportful and Rapha.
It also features specially commissioned essays from key writers including the cycling correspondent William Fotheringham, menswear commentator Josh Sims & celebrated Grand Tour cyclist David Millar.
‘The Cycling Jersey‘ is a book created for, and with the participation of, the growing network of devotees who appreciate the culture, craft and heritage of these iconic items.
This book is created to the highest standards, encased in a hard backed cover complete with dust jacket, with pages printed on heavy 150gsm ‘Creator Silk’ stock which feels wonderful to the touch.
The title had been described as ‘Beautiful and Enlightening‘ by Rouleur Magazine, and this large format coffee table book weighs in at a hefty 1.4kg.