Roger De Vlaeminck Brooklyn T-shirt

Brooklyn Roger De Vlaeminck 1975 T-shirt. This ringer style T-shirt was inspired by the Brooklyn team members tribute T-shirt to the gypsy’s victory in Paris-Roubaix 1975. As seen in ‘A Sunday In Hell’, worn by Roger’s masseur. T-shirt is made of 50% polyester and 50% cotton blend to provide the old-fashionned soft feel. Free Shipping Worldwide as from 75€.



Roger De Vlaeminck Brooklyn Cycling Team

The Brooklyn team was started in 1973, when the Italian chewing gum brand decided to sponsor cycling. This legendary team was riding the famous blue Gios bicycles and with Roger De Vlaeminck, the ‘Gypsy’, had one of the very best classic riders ever, as its leader. The Gypsy was one of the very few riders who really dared to challenge Eddy Merckx and even beat him on several occasions. His talent, self-confidence and charisma were tremendous. In the classics he can be considered as Merckx peer. He still holds the record of victories in Paris-Roubaix, that’s why he’s also nicknamed ‘Monsieur Roubaix’. He was allowed to wear the world champion stripes on his sleeves as he became world champion cyclocross, beating his own brother. During his Brooklyn years, Roger won no less than 3 Paris-Roubaix, 2 Giri di Lombardia, 1 Tour of Flanders, 1 Milan San-Remo and a bunch of stages in the Giro.