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New Women’s Sleeveless and Men’s 5XL Official RAGBRAI XLI Event Jerseys Now an Option



For the first time ever, RAGBRAI is offering a women’s sleeveless raglan cut version of the official RAGBRAI XLI jersey. Also new to RAGBRAI XLI, we have expanded the men’s jersey sizing to include 5XL.  These new options are now available due to the recent agreement with Primal Wear to become the “Official Cycling Apparel Company of RAGBRAI”.

The bright and colorful RAGBRAI XLI men’s and women’s jersey, men’s and women’s shorts and men’s and women’s bib short designs will be unveiled next week! Registration opens on November 15!

The RAGBRAI XLI Jerseys and RAGBRAI XLI Cycling Kits, complete with either RAGBRAI XLI shorts or RAGBRAI XLI bib shorts, will be available during registration for $50, $100 and $110 respectively. By ordering with registration, you will receive a discount of $10 on the jersey and $20 on the cycling kits off the normal retail price. Your jersey or cycling kit will arrive with your wristband packet in June, so there is no charge for shipping. This offer is only available during the registration process.

8 Responses on “New Women’s Sleeveless and Men’s 5XL Official RAGBRAI XLI Event Jerseys Now an Option

Amanda

November 8, 2012 at 7:13 am

Can’t wait to see it! And kudos on the sleeveless women’s option. Not a big fan of sleeves . . . unless it’s cool and rainy.

Registration starts on the 15th. We get to see the new jersey. November is a great month!!

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Dixon

November 8, 2012 at 10:20 am

I’ll need one of them there 5X jerseys once I get off RAGBRAI. MMMMMMMM Pie Good!

Sara

November 8, 2012 at 11:15 am

Please don’t make them all pink or purple or any of those hideous pastel colors that designers think all women love.
Thanks!

Becky McKay

November 8, 2012 at 11:23 am

Looking forward to seeing the women’s items!!

Lori

November 8, 2012 at 12:51 pm

I’d like to second Sara’s request that the jersey’s not be in princess colors. Princesses don’t ride bikes, but real women do.

Lori

November 8, 2012 at 12:52 pm

I’d like to second Sara’s request that the jerseys not be in princess colors. Princesses don’t ride bikes, but real women do.

lisa o

November 8, 2012 at 8:22 pm

Sooo excited about the sleeveless jersey! I do like pink – but not for everything. So I agree with the others, not all pastel colors and I want to add not too dark. 110 degrees and black or dark blue is not a happy combination. I’ll get one regardless :)

Mark

November 12, 2012 at 2:39 pm

I heard the 5XL jersey comes with extra duty rims.

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