Each April the cycling world assembles in and around the town of Oudenaarde in Flanders for the classic Tour of Flanders Pro cycle race and also the amateur We Ride Flanders cycle sportive. The area accessible all year round and with in cycling distance of Roubaix and it famous cobbles includes the iconic cobbled climbs of the Koppenberg , Paterberg and the Oude Kwaremont.
Heavyweight relaxed style everyday cotton t-shirt with a classic fit.
– Seamless double-needle collar
– Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems
– 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
– Taped neck and shoulders for durability
SIZING – Our t shirts are standard size but to make sure you can do the following
Find an existing T SHIRT
A. Place the end of the tape beside the collar at the top of the shirt (Highest Point Shoulder). Pull the tape measure to the bottom of the shirt.
S – 71cm (28”)
M – 74cm (29”)
L – 76cm (30”)
XL – 79cm (31”)
XXL – 81cm (32”)
XXXL – 84cm (33”)
B. Lay the T SHIRT down on a flat surface and measure it from left to right across the chest, about 2cm below the arms.
S – 46.00 cm (18”)
M – 51.00 cm (20”)
L – 56.00 cm (22”)
XL – 61.00 cm (24”)
XXL – 66.00 cm (26”)
XXXL – 71.00 cm (28”)
*Europe: Measurements are provided by suppliers. Size XL or above might run smaller with a difference of 1 ” – 2.54 cm . (Inches are all rounded to the nearest whole inch. For better accuracy please measure in CMs)
All T shirts are individually printed and dispatched from carefully sourced local to you suppliers. Full tracking details will be provided.
If you are looking for a Tour of Flanders gift for a cycling obsessed relative or friend our products make the perfect Christmas or birthday gifts for cyclists. Alternatively if you want a map to remember your own cycling holidays or to plan your own route with, we probably have a map or design for you. We also offer frames, personalisation and customisation for that extra individual touch.
CTM Catalogue Number 5.1.1
- Minor update to one of the routes
CTM Catalogue Number 5.1.0
- Title changed to Bergs and Cobbles of the Flemish Ardennes
- Flanders Lion changed to black and yellow