2017/18 Edition Crush Challenge Cycling Jersey

This jersey is provided to us by our friends at Hincapie Sportswear and is of exceptional quality and fit. It offers a unique homage to our special-guest-cyclists from Team 7-Eleven with a subtle Crush Challenge twist. The jersey is available for pre-order when registering for the ride OR as an incentive to our fundraisers for surpassing $200 raised (not including the initial registration fee). VERY LIMITED QUANTITIES PRODUCED.

 
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Front

Inspired by a classic, with a update from the wine country of Napa Valley.

 
 

back

"Powered by Pinot" and the desire to support our great charities.

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The original

Founded in 1981 and classified Professional in 1985, Team 7-Eleven originally went to Europe for the 1985 Giro d'Italia with an initial roster of members including Olympic gold medalists Alexi Grewal and Heiden, Olympic bronze medalists Phinney and Kiefel, Bradley, Schuler, Hayman, Stieda, and Chris Carmichael. When the team received an invitation to the 1985 Giro d'Italia, one of the Grand Tours of Europe, a young American cyclist based in Europe named Andrew Hampsten was added to the team under a 30-day contract for the race. After both Kiefel and Hampsten stunningly won stages during the Giro, becoming the first American stage winners ever at a Grand Tour, 7-Eleven was invited to the 1986 Tour de France and became one of the major cycling teams for the next decade