Team Sky Season Guide 2013

Everyone has had a sticker book. One of my favourites was the Transformers Sticker Book from 1986, created by Panini. I got close to completing it. My neighbour finished his and had a huge stack of swapsies and that’s where i got my Decepticon shiny. I already had the Autobots one. Those were the days!

Luckily i can relive some of that fiendish sticker collecting with the Team Sky season Guide. Well, it’s actually a calendar with loads of information about the history of each event, historic photos and some facts to study about each race that the team will compete in this year.

The book only comes with stickers for the first 3 races!!! You have to either collect them from a Rapha representative at each race or you get them with different orders from them throughout the season. Either way it’s not exactly 10p a packet like it was in the 80’s.

Regardless of whether you collect them or not i think this is a very nicely designed book with some great looking graphics. There’s plenty of information to read to and it costs £5 (delivery is £4). Available here.

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