1976 - SCIC Fiat - Tour de France edition

1976 - SCIC Fiat - Tour de France edition

This beautiful jersey whose leaders Gianbattista Baronchelli and Enrico Paolini was worn only during the 1976 Tour de France where the team was called SCIC-FIAT and won a stage with Panizza.

Scic - Fiat won 13 races in 1976. The biggest victories are Vuelta Ciclista al País Vasco by Gianbattista Baronchelli, Milano-Torino (Enrico Paolini).

The SCIC team was named after its main sponsor, a Milanese kitchen appliances maker that was very popular in Italy in the 60’s and 70’s. In its first year of racing activity, SCIC became immediately very popular thank to Adorni’s wins of the Tour de Suisse and the Italian National Elite Championship.

Color: White and black.

In 1972, the logo's colour scheme was changed to blue and white, giving it a lighter, more modern look. The logo has remained with the brand for a long time and is now considered one of the best versions of Fiat's visual identity.

This jersey is a beauty, in great condition.

• Manufactured from an 80/20 wool acrylic mix with chain-stitched lettering
• Long length zip at the collar 13cm
• Three back pockets at the rear
• Three button down pockets at the rear
• Made in Italy by Vittore Gianni

Size: Medium

Armpit to armpit: 40cm

Length: 73cm

Additional Information:
1969 is the year of SCIC’s debut in the world of bicycle racing. More than for a studied advertising strategy, this union was born out of a real and unique passion. The cycling passion ends up turning into an exclusive love.

"G.S. SCIC - Eleven years on two wheels", which traces the glorious years of the Scic Sportivo Group from 1969 Adorni to 1979 Saronni.

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