Between 1970 and 1977, Brooklyn dominated the world’s road racing scene, with 40 stage victories at the Giro d’Italia. Moreover, among its ranks, champions such as Roger De Vlaemnick won Paris-Roubaix four times. In 1973, the team’s main sponsor changed from Dreher to the well-known chewing gum brand, Brooklyn, resulting in a change of name and team colours in white, blue and red.
Jamy Ivens, a former cyclist in the days of Johan Museeuw, Tom Boonen and Fabian Cancellara, took the iconic Raleigh jersey to a whole another level. This handpainted chair is a must-have for every cycling fan.
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Crafted with the greatest care from A to Z, from yarn, color, dye, fit to the smallest detail.
Wash me cold, I wanna get old.
Wear me often, wash me not that often.
Don't be a fool, iron me cool.
Do not tumble dry, I love some hangtime.
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