What's Cool In Road Cycling

PEZ JERSEYS: Clean •Bold •Refreshing!

Dial your style to ’11’ and don’t look back! Be the first in your club to own one and be the envy of the pack – The super-fly custom PezCycling Jerseys by Bergamo are available at GloryCycles.com .

Too bad the whole peloton can’t look this good – but if you’ve got impeccable fashion sense and $70 bucks, then you’re ready to make that solo break…

Actual Reader Testimonial:
“Just got back from my morning union with the road. Something about today’s ride…different, better than ever. Why, you ask? Simple:I was sporting my brand new Pez jersey. Dammit I look cool in that thing!” – Loren Paul Deck

Quantities are limited – we have only 100 in stock – so buy one before they’re sold out again!


Even with hairy legs, Pez-Man Chris Seldon sets the cycling-fashion runways afire in Sydney Australia… – imagine how good you’ll look…!

BUT WAIT: THIS GEAR REALLY WORKS!
Made from Bergamo’s Drop fabric – it’s 100% dual knit microfiber made in house at the Bergamo factory in Italy – the inside draws moisture away from your skin so you feel dryer and more comfy.

• The Raglan style cut is the perfect cyclist’s fit – no bunching or pinching whether you’re in the drops or on the tops.

30cm Zipper – nice and long to promote max airflow – while avoiding those unsightly “fullzip” bulges.

Pockets – go 3 deep in back with lots ‘o room for storage.

• Cool LINK – Tour the Bergamo Factory and see how PEZ jerseys are made.

• Get ‘Em Only Online At GloryCycles.com

Buy ’em for only $69.99 + shipping

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL
Note: They’re the Euro-racer cut and do fit small.

YES! I WANT MY PEZCYCLING JERSEY!
Click The small Jersey To Buy ‘EM!


See how PEZ-Kit is made in our Bergamo Factory Tour

Get Bergamo Custom Kit for Your Club or Team
– Call Gary or Rob at Upland Sports Group and they’ll set you up.
Phone: 510.903.0130
Email: [email protected]
Web: UplandSG.com

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