Simpson Magazine Maillot Jaune T-Shirt

Another fantastic t-shirt from Simpson Magazine to celebrate the start 100th edition of the Tour.

“For many people the Tour de France is a special event, for them it’s like having football’s World Cup only without the four year wait. Add to this it’s the 100th edition of the race and you have something very special to celebrate. We have therefore created a unique edition T-shirt to mark the occasion. 100 shirts for each edition of the race, split between yellow and green versions.

With Bradley Wiggins unable to defend has jersey, all eyes are on last years runner-up and tour favourite Chris Froome; can he go one better this year? The shirt hints at sponsors logo styles from both the past and present. It also pays homage the first british rider ever to wear the yellow jersey, Tom Simpson.”

Available for £15

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