This jersey is one of a kind, please look carefully at the photos to determine condition.
This German National Team jersey was Erik Zabel’s spare for the 2002 World Championships in Zolder, Belgium. Zabel had the jersey signed by 10 of the 12 National Team members.
At the 2002 Worlds, Erik Zabel won a Bronze Medal in the Men’s Road Race.
Erik Zabel with 152 professional wins and 211 wins in his career, is considered by some to be one of the greatest German cyclists and cycling sprinters of all-time. Zabel won a record nine points classifications in grand tours including the points classification in the Tour de France six consecutive years between 1996 and 2001 and the points classification in the Vuelta a España in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Zabel won Milan–San Remo four times and numerous six-day track events. He was one of the few road cyclists of recent times who raced all year, including track cycling in winter. Zabel has worked as a sprint coach for both the Katusha and HTC-Highroad teams.
This jersey was obtained by The Horton Collection directly from Erik Zabel in October 2002.
Chest: 43 inches / 109 cm (21.5 inches / 54.5 cm measured armpit to armpit)
Length:26 in / 66 cm
Maker: Castelli, Made in Italy
Each jersey is one of a kind, please look carefully at the photos to determine condition.
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