Jersey

Bicycle Wagga Wagga's famous jersey

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Overseas visitors to our city have purchased jerseys and worn these when they've returned home or traveled to other places in the world where their jerseys have become conversation starters.

The 'Murder of Crows' photo shows the colour alternatives that have been made available in the last few years. Members have been enthusiastic in adopting 'the once a year' colour change.

The traditional yellow is always available and remains the club's official jersey.
Originally designed in 2001 BWW’s jersey has recently been given a refresh. The motto "Be Safe, Be Smart, Be Seen" is important and the jersey design reflects this.

Our jerseys have been highly sought after nationally and internationally. These jerseys have proven so popular in the past that some owners have worn their jersey for some time, and then been able to sell it off their back, unwashed and all, for more than they originally paid for it!

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If you want to secure one of these rare collector’s items please contact BWW’s Secretary via e-mail for further information. First in best dressed.

Our jerseys are very distinctive and our members have proudly worn these all over Australia and overseas.

Please see the photographs on the 'Where in the World' pages for examples of where our jerseys have been seen overseas. Click on the photo links below to go to the time period.

Also now showing 'Peculiar Places in Australia' - Click on the photo link below to see some of the more unusual places the BWW jersey has been in Australia.

Where in the World

2001 - 2009

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John O'Groats, Scotland

2010 - 2019

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Sant Feliu de Guixois, Spain

2010 - 2019 - (page 2)

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Mont Ventoux, Provence, France

2020 - March ~ Then No Travel

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COVID-19, Novel Coronavirus pandemic (World wide travel restrictions enforced.)

Peculiar Places in Australia

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Great Ocean Way Trail, Esperance, Western Australia