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Old 08-15-12, 22:34
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When did he sign for Lotto-Belisol?
Haha at first I didn't notice how similar the kits were, but now...
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Old 12-11-12, 20:35
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Japanese, Chinese, South Korean, Canadian and Irish national champions jerseys. I like these.
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Yep, some of the best national champ jersey's I've seen. Perfect mix of the regular team jersey's design with the national colors.
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The South Korean one is the best, the rest are great too but the Chinese one looks a lot like a Spanish champ.

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Old 12-12-12, 17:56
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I am somewhat concerned how ugly Movistar are capable of making Dowsett's TT champs jersey...certainly won't be as cool as the all white numbers Alex has been rocking
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Old 12-12-12, 19:22
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Despite who it is, I thought this Motorola US Champ jersey looked good.

US Postal's jerseys for Hincapie, Jemison, and McRae were similar and also good. George's Discovery jersey (also worn by Leipheimer at the end of 2007) is OK but not great by comparison. Levi's 2008 Astana jersey is terrible, and so are Hamilton's Rock jerseys.



I like what FDJ is doing with the French jersey because it reminds me of Bernard Hinault.



This one is of course in black and white but I think you get the idea.
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''Clasica San Sebastian - San Sebastian'', UCI Category: 1.WT2 14/08/2012

Two national champions, Danail Petrov / Bulgaria/ and Manuel Cardoso /Portugal /

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Old 12-12-12, 23:32
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Ramon Domene from team '' Caja Rural '' Champion of Spain for 2012

The rider Ramon Domene Caja Rural has been proclaimed Champion of Spain en route U23. Ramon won the sprint before Christopher Sanchez and his fellow from Caja Rural - Ibai Salas.
This marks the second major victory of the season to Ramon Domene. For the team Caja Rural, this is the 17 th win of the year.
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of the team, he was excited and recognized: " Victory that's better than winning 10 races, but for us it is very important to win be title - '' Champion of Spain for 2012 ''.

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Congratulation, Ramón for his strong work !!!

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Old 12-12-12, 23:43
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Danail Petrov - from Caja Rural, has been proclaimed ''Champion of Bulgaria for 2012''.

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