Bapo 1911 Light Navy Jersey
When you order the Bapo 1911, Obbi takes 10 business days to manufacture this jersey by hand in Naples Italy. Great care is taken to assemble every detail of this jersey never wasting materials on jerseys that will never be sold. When you order please supply your name so that it can be printed on the inside of the jersey.Wear the future
When you put on the Bapo 1911 jersey, you’re wearing the future of sportswear. Obbi uses cutting-edge technology to design and produce the world’s finest and most comfortable cycling jerseys.
As with all Obbi products, Obbi only uses high-tech materials with unique features. Obbi Bapo 1911 jerseys make use of made in Italy Relyfe®️ fabrics, which guarantee high performance and maintain constant performance over time. This jersey has a long lasting elasticity and fantastic pilling resistance allowing it to follow the movements of the body. It’s super-lightweight, highly breathable and it dries very quickly. Furthermore, this jersey provides ideal muscle compression in order to reduce muscle fatigue and keep you performing at your highest level for longer. The Bapo 1911 jersey also has improved UV protection embedded in the fabrics for your protection during longer rides.
All in all, this jersey is so comfortable to wear that you might forget you’re actually wearing it. As the professional riders on the WorldTour say when they try it on: "It feels like it’s part of my body".The Story behind the name
The 1910 Giro d'Italia was the second edition of the Giro d'Italia, a cycling race organized and sponsored by the newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport. The race began on May 18th in Milan with a stage that stretched 388 km (241 mi) to Udine, finishing back in Milan on June 5 after a 277.5 km (172 mi) stage and a total distance covered of 2,987.4 km (1,856 mi). The race was won by the Italian rider Carlo Galetti of the Atala-Continental team, with fellow Italians Eberardo Pavesi and Luigi Ganna coming in second and third respectively.
The notable participants included the reigning champion of the Giro d'Italia, Luigi Ganna. The peloton also contained some of the most famous Italian cyclists at the time in Carlo Galetti, Ezio Corlaita, Giovanni Rossignoli, and Eberardo Pavesi. Two-time Tour de France champion Lucien Petit-Breton was riding the Giro for the second straight year, along with his fellow countryman Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq who had been successful in the Tour. The Giro also saw its first German participants, neither of whom completed the race.
A total of 101 riders started the second Giro d'Italia out of the 118 that signed up to participate. Of the 101 riders that began the Giro d'Italia on May 18th, twenty of them made it to the finish in Milan on June 5th.
One of the reasons many of the riders did not finish was because the stretch from Bari to Pompeii was particularly difficult. Riders had to ride through torrents of water, traverse coarse gravel roads in some cases were even chased by wild buffaloes.
Lucien Petit-Breton who had already won the Tour twice was one casualty of difficult conditions 2 years in a row.
The Bapo 1911 summer jersey is dedicated to the riders who faced the challenges of the Bari-Pompeii route in the 1910 and 1911 Giro d'Italia editions.Features
- High-tech and super-lightweight Relyfe®️ fabrics
- YKK® Vislon® zip
- SECOND SKIN wearability
- Two open pockets and one closed by zip
- UPF 50+ sun protection factor
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