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26 Jun 2013 14:51

That moment when you start to write a longish post about how the Dutch and French jersey usually don't like this at all and then just stop, sigh and do something real.
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26 Jun 2013 14:52

Pippo_San wrote:Welcome to the Netherlands. All hail the new Dutch champion!!!

What the hell.


That's pretty much the same as every British RR jersey ever. :rolleyes:
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26 Jun 2013 14:55

qwerty16 wrote:It's about the same as Stannards jersey from the past year.


British Cycling are very strict about the Champs Jersey. It has to be a white jersey with the red, white and blue stripes. So in theory even radioshack would have to produce a half decent jersey. For the same reason you'll never get a big union jack design (like the kit used at the world champs or on track events)

Its a classic design and i feel produces a nice retro look.
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27 Jun 2013 11:01

Cant wait to see this in every breakaway. :D

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27 Jun 2013 15:22

Pippo_San wrote:Welcome to the Netherlands. All hail the new Dutch champion!!!
What the hell.


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27 Jun 2013 15:25

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Just posted in the 'New Jerseys' thread.
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27 Jun 2013 15:25

classicomano wrote:Cant wait to see this in every breakaway. :D

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yes :D :D go johnny
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27 Jun 2013 15:26

MagnusMagnussen wrote:Image

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the flag is just a perfect dutch flag

the union jack on the shorts is cool though
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27 Jun 2013 18:54

The Principal Sheep wrote:Image

Just posted in the 'New Jerseys' thread.


I like it! :D
But... let's face it; Saxo probably has a standard Danish National Champ jersey use... :p
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27 Jun 2013 22:22

already posted but here endeth the discussion

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27 Jun 2013 22:37

Winterfold wrote:already posted but here endeth the discussion

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cav champion of the NL?
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28 Jun 2013 01:31

Sagan's jersey is almost invisible

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28 Jun 2013 03:47

Winterfold wrote:already posted but here endeth the discussion

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I mean why the hell must we suffer with all these differences in National jersey. It's just another way to lessen their importance.
There should be only ONE way the National champ kit is designed, and that should be the same for every ****in team FFS, much like the World champ kit.

What's with this GAZZILLION of colours and **** everywhere, British champs becoming Dutch champs, Dutch champs ridiculing themselves wearing another flag, while French and Luxembourgish champs are getting into a fight, and then the Slovak champs becoming part of a corporate logo, RaboBlancoBelkin allowed to ride...no wait that's for another thread :D
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28 Jun 2013 06:44

LaFlorecita wrote:the flag is just a perfect dutch flag

the union jack on the shorts is cool though

All they have to do is replace the dutch flag with a Union Jack and they'd have a pretty good kit :mad:
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28 Jun 2013 07:12

williamp78 wrote:British Cycling are very strict about the Champs Jersey. It has to be a white jersey with the red, white and blue stripes. So in theory even radioshack would have to produce a half decent jersey. For the same reason you'll never get a big union jack design (like the kit used at the world champs or on track events)

Its a classic design and i feel produces a nice retro look.


I thought so as well, but what about this? (It's about 15 years old so British Cycling might have changed the regulations.)

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28 Jun 2013 08:58

Could the rainbow stripes on Cav's jersey be considered pretentious or is it custom for former World Champions to put them on their jersey?
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28 Jun 2013 09:07

spalco wrote:Could the rainbow stripes on Cav's jersey be considered pretentious or is it custom for former World Champions to put them on their jersey?


normal procedure.
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28 Jun 2013 09:14

Maybe it's just so striking to me because the jersey's white.
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28 Jun 2013 09:46

How many times have people explained already that Cav's jersey is the traditional British champion's jersey and that the traditional Dutch jersey is full flag and not chest bands?
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28 Jun 2013 10:01

It doesn't matter. He has the colours of the Dutch flag, it's ridiculous and stupid.
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