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Women's Cycling Apparel Size Guide


Measuring Tips to Assure The Best Fit

All of our measurements are taken with a cloth tape measure and are your actual body measurements.

Chest
Measure the circumference of your chest, ensuring that the tape measure is right up under your arms

Waist
Measure the circumference of your waist.

Hips
Measure the circumference of your hips at the widest point.

Sleeve Length
Measure from the hem at the wrist up to the top of the arm hole seam.

Inseam
Measure from your groin down to your ankle.


Womens Cycling Apparel Sizing

SizeChestWaistHipsInseamSleeve Length
XXS<74<62<85<75<55
XS79-8362-6685-897553-57
S84-8867-7290-947657-59
M89-9373-7695-997760-62
L94-9877-82100-1057863-65
XL99-10383-86106-1107965-67
XXL104+86+111+80+68+

All dimensions are given in centimetres

Vintage Cycling Cap – Mapei

$19.95 inc. GST

In stock

Mapei was an Italian based road bicycle racing team active from 1993 to 2002, named after sponsoring firm Mapei which manufacturers adhesives for floor coverings and tiles.  Mapei was one of the strongest teams during the late 1990s, and ranked as the strongest UCI team in 1994-2000 and 2002. The team had the great Belgian and Italian classic specialists of the 1990s such as Johan Museeuw, Michele Bartoli, Andrea Tafi, Franco Ballerini, and had Patrick Lefevre as directeur sportif and then manager. The team won Paris–Roubaix five times. Three times the team even won the first three places. In the 1996 edition, the sprint for the line was decided 15 km from the finish. Directeur sportif Patrick Lefevere, who was following the race in the team car, talked with the owner of Mapei, Giorgio Squinzi (in Milan), who said that Museeuw was to win the race. Gianluca Bortolami was second while Andrea Tafi was third.

In 1998 Franco Ballerini won the race with over four minutes ahead of his two teammates Tafi and Wilfried Peeters and in 1999 Tafi won with an advantage of two minutes over teammates Peeters and Tom Steels. In the summer of 2000, Lefevre announced that the Belgian part of the Mapei team would be leaving the team to form a new team called Domo-Farm Frites which had Museeuw as team captain. As a result, there was a great rivalry between the two teams. Mapei was less dominating in the Grand Tours. The only true stage race specialist was Tony Rominger, who won the 1994 Vuelta a España and the 1995 Giro d’Italia for the team. As Rominger focused on the Tour de France in 1996, Abraham Olano was given the leadership role at the Giro d’Italia in 1996. Olano took the maglia rosa but lost it in the mountains and during the Tour, Rominger lost time in the mountains. The team never played a major role in the Tour de France.

This vintage Mapei team riding cap is made from a 65% Polyester 35% Cotton mix, with a six panel construction and an additional cotton tape sweat band, making it super comfortable to wear.

In stock

Size Guide

SKU: AQT-A-C-015 Categories: ,

Product Features

  • One size fits all.

Additional Information

Weight0.1 kg

Fabric & Care Instructions:

Our caps are made from 100% cotton or a poly/cotton. To maintain the integrity of these items, it is recommended that you:

  • Machine wash it in cold water
  • Was separately or with similar colours
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Line dry
  • Do not bleach, twist or wring
  • Do not iron print
  • Do not place in the dryer
  • Pull into shape when wet

Delivery Pricing
We are committed to offering great value products. To ensure we can deliver these great products at fair prices we have a minimum order value of $99 for our free delivery service. For any orders under $99, we have a simple flat $9.00 fee. You can upgrade your shipping to Australia Post Express Post for only $7.00 at the checkout.

Parcel Tracking
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Delivery Timeframes
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If delivery time is important to you, then we also offer express shipping using Australia Post Express Post Network. The Express Post network covers over 80% of Australian business addresses, private addresses and Post Office boxes. Delivery outside this network will receive the fastest possible delivery using existing transport links. This service is overnight to most metro areas if orders are received prior to 12pm. Express Post is available on checkout for a fee of either $7.00 or $15.00depending on the size of your order for delivery anywhere in Australia.

We strongly recommend for WA, NT & TAS residents to use the express service as standard eParcel is via ground transport.

Our Express Post option is for next day delivery for postcodes in the Australia Post – Express Post Network. To find out if your address is within the network visit Australia Post Website.

Alternate Delivery / Pickup Options
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