Print celebrating some of the most iconic and recognisable cycling jerseys from the Tour de France classification leaders, the original race worn jerseys from the legends of the sport!
Shown here are the very items that were worn on the riders backs, now regarded as priceless museum pieces. Items featured as follows:
General Classification - Maillot Jaune: Bernard Thevenet's Tour winners jersey of 1977.
Mountain Classification - Maillot a Pois: Robert Millar's winners jersey of the Tour of 1984.
Young rider Classification - Maillot blanc: Laurent Fignon's winners jersey of the Tour of 1983.
Points Classification - Maillot vert: Freddy Maertens winner's jersey of the Tour of 1981.
The image is at a size of 30 x 45cm and is printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive stock which ensures brilliant colours that won't fade over time.
This size is best mounted in a 40 x 50cm standard size frame which is easy to find via a number of outlets such as Ikea, Habitat and Leroy Merlin amongst others.
Image is shown displayed in an Ikea 'Ribba' series frame, this is also supplied with a framing mount as illustrated.
We currently have a range of different prints celebrating iconic team cycling jerseys from the past, visit the 'products' section of the store to see the others available.