Inch Pitch Berlin ‘Mexico 1972’ T Shirt Grey

BrandInch Pitch
Country of productionGermany
MaterialsOrganic cotton


Only 2 left in stock


New T shirt with ‘Mexico 1972‘ silkscreen print.

Mexico City, 1972, Agustín Melgar Olympic Velodrome. At an altitude of 2,300m (7,550 ft), Eddy Merckx set the hour record of 49.431 km, a record that remained unbeaten for 12 years.

Silk-screen printed in Berlin on Continental men’s classic jersey, organic cotton shirts. 165g / 4.95oz. Please consult size chart for correct sizing.

Printed locally in Berlin.

Inch Pitch is a Berlin based company celebrating the glory days of cycling with bespoke products and prints for the cycling enthusiast. Up until the mid 1940’s many bicycles, especially track bicycles, used an ‘inch pitch’ or block chain. These had a 1″ pitch as opposed to the 1/2″ pitch used on modern bicycles. The pitch is the distance between two teeth on the sprocket or chain-ring.

If you are looking for a specific item, please feel free to get in touch – we have a wide range of frames, components and accessories in the shop that are yet to be listed online.
Pickup is welcomed in Berlin.

Any questions?
lease send a message or give us a call at the shop!
We are closed Sundays and Mondays, but will get back to you as soon as possible.
We don’t offer any warranty on used products, and advise riding all older bikes and parts with respect!
We’ve been selling only the very best Italian steel bikes for over a decade now, both online and in store in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.

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