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The Classics in a jersey: a journey through the Northern Classics

Davide Inverardi



Each jersey created in our factory is far more than just a technical garment. It is a tribute to the history of cycling. In each garment, we infuse not only our dedication but also a deep passion and artisanal skill that accompanies cyclists on every road and trail. Each stitch, every thread, is a piece of history, capturing the excitement and emotion that rides with cyclists on their new adventures.

Paris-Roubaix: l'enfer du Nord

The Paris-Roubaix, known as “l'enfer du Nord,” is one of the cycling world's oldest and most esteemed road races. Established in 1896, it's renowned for its daunting cobblestone stretches, a true test of endurance and skill. These time-worn cobbled roads are the heart of the race, each edition adding a new, unforgettable tale to the epic saga of cycling.

Our jersey pays tribute to the Roubaix velodrome, the legendary Vélodrome André-Pétrieux, marking the race's finish line since 1943. Its design mirrors the diverse hues of the velodrome, capturing the lively atmosphere of race day, creating a dynamic and vibrant visual effect. The Paris-Roubaix collection features a jersey, shorts, a sleeveless baselayer, a cap, gloves, and socks.


Liège-Bastogne-Liège: La Doyenne

More than a race, Liège-Bastogne-Liège is a cycling tradition. As the oldest of the five cycling monuments, it's been a part of the sport's heritage since 1892. Known as “La Doyenne,” it challenges riders with its demanding routes and steep climbs through the Ardennes, where the Ourthe River and its tributaries have carved deep valleys and breathtaking scenery.

Our jersey design for Liège-Bastogne-Liège draws inspiration from the altitudinal profiles of the race's iconic climbs, forming a modern, abstract motif that resonates with the verdant heart of the Ardennes Forest. The Liège-Bastogne-Liège collection consists of a jersey, shorts, a sleeveless baselayer, and a cap.


Flèche Wallonne: il Mur di Huy

The Flèche Wallonne, established in 1936, quickly became one of cycling's most iconic races for its breathtaking finale: the Mur of Huy. This climb, notorious for its extreme gradients reaching 26%, has over the years become a true test of mettle for cyclists. Combining power and endurance, the riders face one of the most thrilling and intense challenges in the history of cycling.

Our Flèche Wallonne design celebrates the epic final climb of the Mur de Huy, also known as “Chemin des Chapelles” due to the seven chapels along its route. The word “HUY,” artfully integrated into the design, recalls the typical red bricks of Wallonia. The “arrow” symbol featured on each piece of this kit is a clear nod to the Flèche Wallonne, as are the yellow and red colors reminiscent of the Walloon flag. The Flèche Wallonne collection includes a jersey, shorts, a sleeveless baselayer, and a cap.


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