Each jersey is one of a kind, please look carefully at the photos to determine condition.
This Vittore Gianni jersey has beautiful chain stitched lettering on the front. It will look spectacular once it is professionally dry cleaned
Gaetano Baronchelli (Ita) raced the 1973 Worlds as an amateur. In 8th place, he was the highest placed Italian. Amateur worlds teams at the time often had a qualifying race where a certain number of riders automatically made the team with the remainder of the spots being filled at the coach’s discretion. This is Baronchelli’s Jersey from winning that race.
This jersey was purchased directly from the Augusto Gotti family and was part of the collection in the legendary Bar Augusto in Villa d’Alme, Italy. Bar Augusto was a key host to professional and amateur cycling teams from the 1960s through the 1980s.
Jersey includes a signed photo and original label from Bar Augusto.
Chest: 33.5 inches / 85 cm (16.75 inches / 42.5 cm measured armpit to armpit)
Length: 27.5 in / 68.5 cm
Maker: Vittore Gianni, Made in Italy
Please Note: Jersey does have holes and discoloration. Please review the photos carefully.
Each jersey is one of a kind; please look carefully at the photos to determine the condition.
Only 1 left in stock