- Sweat-shirt 100% cotton
- Exceptional Weight: 350 g
- Flocked Graphism and letters on the chest
- Elbow pads sewn
- Sold with historic details
Vieux Gaulois Bicycle Sweat
Round collar sweat
History of the product
LE VIEUX GAULOIS
In 1919 Eugène Christophe was the first ever to pull on the general classification leader’s jersey. Nicknamed "Le vieux Gaulois" (the old Gallic) in reference to the moustache he was wearing at the beginning of his career, Eugène Christophe is also famous for his tremendous misfortune and his huge courage. Indeed he broke his bicycle ‘s fork 3 times! The rule at the time forced the racers to fix their broken fork by themselves, making it almost impossible to win the race.
So “Le vieux Gaulois” never won the race. Sports d’Epoque invites you, in your turn, to tell this fabulous story through products with simples and contemporaries graphics, a funny nickname and a reference to the yellow color to discover.
Made in Europe
Our production is located in France and Portugal.
We worked hard to develop high quality products: the design, the cut, the stitch, the colours... Attached to authenticity that lays deep in the brand DNA, we indicate the place where our products are manufactured, France or Europe.