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Sunday, October 01, 2017 by Brian
Classic musettes, the road racer's "feed bag," precisely reproduced from a 1960s Italian musette in fine cotton muslin by our Los Angeles partner, to our exacting specifications.
WHAT'S NEW? Let us design a custom musette for you.
These musettes are perfect for short day rides, runs to the store or post office, or any other ride where all you might need is a wallet, a windbreaker, and a place to put any goodies you might pick up! Wonderful for walking & hiking too. Watch out that the fashionista in your life doesn't appropriate it for the runways! The bleached, light-weight cotton musette measures 10 x 14.5 inches, with a 40 inch-long cotton shoulder strap and a chrome button snap; all reproduced from an original 1960s Italian cycling musette and made for you when you order.
Ordering: To order, click the "Add to Cart" button and you will be taken to a Secure Site: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and PayPal credit cards are accepted. You don't need a PayPal account to pay with a credit card through PayPal; no service fee will be charged to you, it's charged to me. FOREIGN ORDERS WELCOME! New lower shipping prices!
Domestic Shipping: We ship by the cheapest and most secure method and any overpayment for shipping is refunded back to you after you place your order. Musettes will be shipped in a USPS flat rate Priority envelope ($6.65); up to thirty musettes will fit in the Priority envelope.
Foreign Shipping:Shipping will be calculated AFTER you place your order and you will be contacted by email with the amount owed. We ship by the cheapest and most secure method and any overpayment for shipping is refunded back to you. Musettes will be shipped by International First Class ($7.10). Up to thirty musettes will fit in a USPS International Flat-Rate Priority envelope ($23.95 to Canada and $32.95 World Wide).
Custom Musettes: If you have an idea, photo or drawing you'd like to put on a musette we can make your musette for the same price as our regular musettes. We'd be happy to answer any questions you have; feel free to contact us.
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Founded in 1914 in Neuchatel, Switzerland by Arnold Grandjean, Allegro was considered the premier manufacturer of racing bicycles in Switzerland. $19.95
The famous winged-wheel with quick release logo from a 1942 pen drawing that appeared in the Italian newspaper, Sport Illustrato. $19.95
A very early logo from 1948 of the number one bicycle component maker of all time! $19.95
Seldom seen early 1950s logo of the number one bicycle component maker of all time! $19.95
The classic cover image of the 1967 #15 Catalog and most iconic frame sticker of all time! $19.95
"Bicycle Bianchi The Best" reproduced from a 1940s shop sign in the trademark Celeste hue favored by this, one of the oldest bicycle manufacturers still in existence. $19.95
Carlton's famous logo with the unique belt border that dates from the Carlton Cycles Ltd. move to the town of Worksop in 1934. $19.95
The marque dates to 1902 and was made famous by Alfredo Binda, Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi. $19.95
Enlarged from a small colored pen and ink drawing of the Cino Cinelli & C logo on the front page of their 1949 catalog. $19.95
The Cément tire company, founded in 1902 and source of the world's best tubular tires. $19.95
Famous German bike company that was founded in 1885. This 1920s logo features their precocious mascot, Little Chemnitz. $19.95
Thirties Art Deco design by A. M. Cassandre for Dubonnet showing a tour racer sipping the light and refraissant French aperitif. $19.95
Recreation of a Frejus musette from Tommy Avenia's beloved shop in New York City. $19.95
Francesco Galmozzi, a Milan frame builder, built frames for Rik Van Looy, King of the Classics in the 1960s along with a long list of champions. The famous headbadge, a rooster astride a hub, is actually a play on the maker's name in the form of a rebus: gallo = rooster, mozzi = hub. $19.95
Louison Bobet won his three Tours with Huret derailleurs. And of course there was the later innovative Alvit and the lightest rear derailleur ever, the Huret Jubilee. $19.95
Stunning graphic with the idéale logo dating from the turn of the century and a pen and ink rendering by Daniel Rebour of the famous Mod. 90 with the Rebour stamp on top signifying his proprietary softening treatment. $19.95
Manufacture d'Articles Vélocipediques Idoux et Chanel spells MAVIC, the originator of the aluminum bicycle rim in 1926. $19.95
Molteni sponsored an Italian professional team active from 1958 until the end of 1976. The team garnered 663 wins, many of them earned by its most famous rider Eddy Merckx. $19.95
Nervex Professional Series lugs, one of the icons of lightweight bikes; introduced around 1958 this ornate lug pattern was found on everything from Peugeots to Masi over the years. $19.95
Peugeot musette with Peugeot's famous black and white checker-board design first seen on Team Peugeot racing bicycles in 1963. $19.95
Peugeot musette with Peugeot's famous black and white checker-board design first seen on Team Peugeot racing bicycles in 1963 plus Worlds Bands. $19.95
Pogliaghi musette... one of the acknowledged masters of post war Italian frame builders. $19.95
Regina, founded in 1919, supplied freewheels and chains to all the Italian "Campionissimos" over the years. $19.95
Silca, founded in 1917 and famous for their tire pumps, was the oldest company in the cycling industry to be continuously run by a single family, until recently sold. $19.95
Wonderful example of 1930s Art Deco logo (letter S forms a derailleur) from this highly respected French derailleur manufacturer. $19.95
A 1960 redesign of 1930s Art Deco logo (letter S forms a derailleur) from this highly respected French derailleur manufacturer. $19.95
Distinctive 1930s logo of this innovative French component manufacturer. $19.95
T.A.s mascot FIFI (drawn by Daniel Rebour) poping out of the top of T.A.s famous plastic water bottle. T.A. started producing water bottle cages in 1947 and by 1963 was the sole supplier of bottles to the Tour de France. $19.95
Since 1945 this famous French toolmaker has been supplying tools to the cycling industry. $19.95
Colorful 70s logo of this exotic Spanish component manufacturer. Founded by Luis Arregui in Eibar, Spain in 1926, Zeus was the only company in modern times to build a complete professional bicycle (frame and components). $19.95
Our whimsical, 1930s Art Deco inspired logo, for all fans of classic bicycles! Special, twenty-five percent off! $14.95