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Retroshirt Kannibaal (Cannibal) short sleeved

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Retroshirt Alcyon short sleeved

Ride like the godfather of all Flandriens: Briek Schotte.

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Retroshirt Bertin short sleeved

Bertin was the team of - amongst others - 1952 Olympic Champion André Noyelle

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Retroshirt Brooklyn short sleeved

If you say Brooklyn, you say Roger De Vlaeminck. The flamboyant Belgian rider achieved his biggest victories while riding for this team.

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Retroshirt Carpano short sleeved

Carpano was the Italian home of Belgian rider Fred De Bruyne.

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Retroshirt Faema short sleeved

Faema was an Italian team where Eddy Merckx had some of his major victories.

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Retroshirt Faema long sleeved

Faema was an Italian team where Eddy Merckx had some of his major victories.

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Retroshirt Gitane (polka dot jersey)

The French team Gitane was a collector of major tour victories. That is no surprise if you know that it had Fignon, Anquetil, Hinault, Lemond and the Belgian Lucien Van Impe defending its colors.

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Retroshirt Groene Leeuw short sleeved

Groene Leeuw was a Belgian team with a rich history. Rik Van Looy, Erik De Vlaeminck, Benoni Beheyt and Stan Ockers are just a few of the fantastic riders who have worn the iconic dark green jersey.

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Retroshirt Kas short sleeved

Kas has 30 years of history and its most notable rider was Frederico Bahamontes, nicknamed the eagle of Toledo.

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Retroshirt Molteni short sleeved

Molteni is the legendary formation around the equally legendary Eddy Merckx. There can be only one Greatest Of All Time.

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Retroshirt Peugeot short sleeved

Peugeot was one of the most successful teams in cycling history. Founded in 1901 and dismantled in 1986, it was the home of legends such as Merckx, Ockers, Van Steenbergen and the unfortunate Tom Simpson.

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