Simpson Magazine Paris-Roubaix T-Shirt

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Simpson Magazine Paris-Roubaix T-Shirt

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Insight

Paris-Roubaix is one of cycling's oldest one-day races. Starting north of Paris it covers 257 kilometres across cobbled sections also included in this years Tour de France. Know as 'l'enfer du Nord' (Hell of the North).

In 1960 Paris-Roubaix became the first classic to be televised live, Tom Simpson led for most of the race. Realising the cameras would give global coverage to the leader and the team sponsor on the jersey. Acknowledged by many as the ride that established him throughout Europe. The icon on the sleeve commemorates his ingenuity and highlights the importance TV coverage was to play in the future.

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Made from 100% cotton using Belcoro® yarn, the T-shirt is available in four size options and one colour: white with black neck and cuff. Please note when ordering that the cut of this shirt is slightly more 'race fit', to avoid this closer fit you may consider ordering a size up.

Small - 35/37” chest
Medium - 38/40” chest
Large - 41/43” chest
X-Large - 44/46” chest

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