Giclée prints of the Vélo-Rétro T-shirt images printed on heavy-weight cover stock that measures approximately 13 x 19 inches in size. Don't see your favorite Vélo-Rétro T-shirt image here? We can print a poster of any of the T-shirt images that you see on the website. Give us a call or an email about what you would like us to make for you.
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Below are just some of the posters and prints we offer for sale... click on thumbnails for a larger view.
Campagnolo issued a poster each year and this one, issued in 1976, celebrates Eddy Merckx's record-breaking seventh Milano-San Remo victory; Tullio looks ecstatic! $19.95
Iconic Cinelli poster from the early 1980s by Italian design studio Alchimia, Alessandro Guerriero and Alessandro Mendini, that was part of the Memphis Group. $19.95
Patriotic poster of Major Taylor, the first internationally acclaimed African-American sports superstar. $19.95
Major Taylor, the first internationally acclaimed African-American sports superstar, in a mid-race track stand duel with French National Champion, Leon Hourlier at the Velodrome Buffalo outside of Paris in 1909. $19.95
Giro D'Italia poster from 1933 by Mario Bazzi (1891-1954) with great Art Deco lettering. $19.95
Giro de Francia poster from 1938 by Mario Bazzi (1891-1954) with great Art Deco lettering. $19.95
Poster with beautiful cut-away painting of the Super Record derailleur and its features. $19.95
Three poster set with The Ultimate Derailleur, The Ultimate Crankset and The Ultimate Brakeset, featuring beautiful cut-away paintings of the Super Record derailleur, Record crankset and Record brakeset. Three poster set for $34.95
Team poster of Eddy Merckx' 1969 Tour de France winning team. The only time a single cyclist has won not only the general classification, but the points classification and mountains classification as well. Eddy Merckx rode on the winning team, Faema, won the combination classification and the combativity award. Epic! $19.95
La Domenica from June 1950 showing the season's main competitors: the grand rivals Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali, along with Antonio Bevilacqua, Ferdinand Kubler, Fiorenzo Magni and Jean Robic. Domenica del Corriere was an Italian weekly newspaper which ran from 1899 to 1989. It came out every Sunday free with Corriere della Sera. Illustration by the famous Italian illustrator Walter Molino (1915-1997). $19.95
Team poster of Moreno Argentin's 1987 Gewiss Bianchi team. Argentin won stages in the Tour de France, the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de Suisse. Known as Il Capo ("The Boss"), he won Liege-Bastogne-Liege four times, the La Fleche Wallonne three times and the Tour of Flanders and Giro di Lombardia once. He became Italian national champion in 1983 and 1989, and world champion in 1986. $19.95
Poster of the iconic Dural Forge MAFAC centerpull brake, boasting of its supperiority with the phrase "One Finger Is Enough!" $19.95
Box cover art depicting a racer flying down a dirt road in the mountains with his adversaries crashing in the background because they aren't using Universal brakes! $19.95
Humorous poster about the number of bikes any one person should own! $19.95
The Campagnolo Spoken Here sticker on a map of the city of Vicenza, Italy, birthplace of Campagnolo! $19.95
The Campagnolo tool poster that was included with the Campagnolo tool kit showing the proper use of Campagnolo tools. $19.95
Iconic Campagnolo poster featuring the early 1950s Campagnolo derailleurs and hubs and the top twenty-five cycling stars of the day. $19.95
Larger 24 x 36 inch poster on heavy-weight, glossy paper featuring the early 1950s Campagnolo derailleurs and hubs and the top twenty-five cycling stars of the day. $44.95
André Leducq, illustrated by Jean Josse, was the winner of the 1928 Paris-Roubaix and the 1930 and 1932 Tours de France and hugely popular in France. $19.95
Eugene Christophe was the first to wear the Maillot Jaune or Yellow Jersey in the Tour de France. The pen and ink drawing of his 1919 Peugeot is by Daniel Rebour. $19.95
Gino Bartali was the most renowned Italian cyclist before the Second World War; won the Giro d'Italia three times (1936, 1937, 1946) and the Tour de France twice (1938 and 1948). $19.95
Poster of Gino Bartali riding his Bartali bike in his Bartali-Gardiol team kit. Santamaria was the fabricator of Gino Bartali bicycles. $19.95
Fausto Coppi glances over at the cameraman in this evocative photo of "Il Campionissimo" on his Simplex-equipped Bianchi during his victorious 1949 Tour de France. $19.95
Fausto Coppi did a tour double in 1952, winning both the Tour and the Giro, as he had done in 1949. $19.95
Postcard commemorating Fausto Coppi's 1953-54 World Championship victory at Lugano, Switzerland in 1953. $19.95
Wonderful hand tinted postcard of the two-man team of Fausto Coppi and Riccardo Filippi winning the Trofeo Baracchi time trial in 1955. $19.95
A large sticker applied to a store window back in the early nineteen-eighties, signifying that store was an authorized Campagnolo dealer. $19.95
Campagnolo Spoken Here! An innovative symbol program designed by Campagnolo to quickly identify components. $19.95
From a beautifully moody (almost Fellinesque) poster advertising Clément, the world's premier manufacturer of tubular racing tires. $19.95
Hélène Dutrieu (1877-1961) was a Belgian (later French) bike racer, stunt cyclist ("The Human Arrow"), stunt motorcyclist, automobile racer, stunt driver, director of a military hospital, journalist and pioneering aviatrix ("The Girl Hawk"). $19.95
Hugo Koblet, shown here winning the 1951 Tour de France; he was given the nickname "Pedaleur de Charme" in 1951 by Jacques Grello, a writer for Parisien Libere. $19.95
Poster for Adler Cycles; the archetypal cycle tourist checking his map before setting off on an adventure! Adler, founded 1880, specialized in touring bikes and stopped production in 1954 to concentrate on sewing machines and typewriters. $19.95
Poster of Alcyon Cycles; "light, fast, Alcyon travels the world." Alcyon won seven Tours de France in the early years! $19.95
Poster of Cycles Baggi-Samyn 1923 TdF Categorie Touriste Routier and 1923 Championnat du Monde winning bike with rider L. Richard pictured. Lots of details of the bike shown! $19.95
Eddy Merckx posing with his new Eddy Merckx decaled Colnago in October 1970. With World Champion stripes and Belgium National Champion stripes. $19.95
Eddy card from 1971, his first year riding for Molteni and Colnago and a classic: Tour de France Overall and Points, Worlds, Milan-Sanremo, Liége-Bastogne-Liége, Paris-Nice, Tour of Belgium, and the Super Prestige Pernod International. $19.95
A 1970s advertising sticker of Eddy selling a stick of Clark chewing gum! $19.95
Felice Gimondi, 1973 Campione del Mondo (World Champion) riding a celeste Bianchi. $19.95
Déesse Cycles poster (Déesse is French for goddess) pictures a winged goddess sharing the bicycle with the entire world's population by the Rumanian artist PAL (Jean de Paleologue). $19.95
Sirius Cycles poster pictures a goddess standing on tiptoes and pointing to Sirius, the sky's brightest star, drawn by the Rumanian artist PAL (Jean de Paleologue) who moved to Paris and later, to America to work for Vogue magazine. $19.95
The very first bicycle patent, issued in November 20, 1866 to Pierre Lallement for the pedal driven bicycle. As they say, "And the rest is history!" $19.95
"Isn't it better to triumph by the strength of your muscles than by the artifice of a derailleur? We are getting soft... As for me, give me a fixed gear!"--Henri Desgrange, 1902 L'Equipe article. $19.95
MORE PRINTS? We can print a poster of most of the T-shirt images that you see on the website for $19.95. Give us a call or an email about what you would like us to make for you.