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Old 06-13-2011, 04:58 PM   #1
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Jayco Cycling Team

I was down under a few weeks ago and saw a group of cyclists and all of them were wearing Jayco cycling jerseys. I didn't know Jayco sponsors cycling. I talked to some of the guys I was working with and apparently Jayco Australia has a huge cycling presence.
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Old 06-13-2011, 05:02 PM   #2
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I need one of those! Look nice!
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Old 06-14-2011, 07:12 AM   #3
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I want one of those too
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A quick search on the internet and I found this:

http://www.dhgate.com/new-blue-jayco...3b6902241.html

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http://cgi.ebay.com/JAYCO-blue-CYCLI...-/160589022378

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(My favorite)

http://store.skins.net/au/men/cyclin...ve-jersey.html

Even though I am not cyclist, I am considering buying a jersey because it has "Jayco" on it.
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Those dont look half bad, but not sure I want to spend that much to advertise for them - they should pay me

I have had some problems with quality on some of the company branded products - they are just not as good as my Izumis. Shorts more than anything....I really have to have a comfortable pair.

Now if I could only get the time to ride more!
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Thats the problem, finding time to ride. But on a side note those australians sure can sprint. They produce some fast riders. Not sure why cycling is as big in north america as it is in europe or australia. Washed the tour de france 7 years ago and I think 1.25 million people on the side of a mountain 8 miles long.

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I just wished I could FIT in one of those.......
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The jersey I posted above is available http://www.procyclegear.com/2011_jay..._fz_jersey.htm
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Those dont look half bad, but not sure I want to spend that much to advertise for them - they should pay me

I have had some problems with quality on some of the company branded products - they are just not as good as my Izumis. Shorts more than anything....I really have to have a comfortable pair.

Now if I could only get the time to ride more!
I like IP's also, but switched from shorts to bibs, and the IP bib's are just as comfortable as the shorts. All of my jersey's except one are plain as I am like you, they should pay me to advertise for them. I may make an exception for the Jayco Jersey.
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Thats the problem, finding time to ride. But on a side note those australians sure can sprint. They produce some fast riders. Not sure why cycling is as big in north america as it is in europe or australia. Washed the tour de france 7 years ago and I think 1.25 million people on the side of a mountain 8 miles long.

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It is also big in South Africa and China. You don't see much coverage in the states on any of the races unless you have the Versus Channel. I did go and see the Tour of California, was on Mt. Baldy and watched that leg, and then the next day saw the final stage leave Santa Clarita, and beat them going to Thousand Oaks and was able to secure a seat in the Amgen VIP Tent at the finish line.
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