Mike Hailwood

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MIKE HAILWOOD POLO

£22.00

Mike Hailwood Polo with shaped panels and piping…

 

Embroidered on the front chest.

Mike Hailwood is regarded by many as one of the greatest racers of all time.

Hailwood was known as “Mike The Bike” because of his natural riding ability on bikes with a range of engine capacities

Polo Fabric: 60% / cotton 40% polyester

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MIKE HAILWOOD SOFTSHELL JACKET

£60.00

This Mike Hailwood softshell Jacket has a polyester outer and bonded fleece inner.

Features contrast detail zip pockets, velcro adjustable cuffs and is embroidered on the chest with logos.

Mike Hailwood is regarded by many as one of the greatest racers of all time.

Fabric: 95% Polyester, 5% Spandex Pongee bonded with single layer fleece.

 

MIKE HAILWOOD LEGEND ADULT PRINTED T - FRONTMIKE HAILWOOD LEGEND ADULT PRINTED T - BACK

MIKE HAILWOOD LEGEND ADULT PRINTED T

£13.00

After his untimely death in 1981, Mike Hailwood was quickly cemented as one of the sports’ biggest legends to ever ride on two wheels. With 9 World Championship wins, 76 Grand Prix wins and 14 Isle of Mann wins, it’s hard to argue anything else. Buy this printed heather navy T shirt to show your appreciation to the late great. RIP Mike!

Fabric: 100% cotton.

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MIKE HAILWOOD RETURN OF THE LEGEND ADULT PRINTED T

£13.00

This T Shirt illustrates the Legend Mike Hailwood in a double action shot doing what he did best. The trendy design is printed on a Grey T with a stylish Red, Green and White print running down the Right Side of the Torso.

Fabric: 100% cotton.

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Mike Hailwood D1

£13.00

This printed t shirt is part of our Heroes & Legends range. Featuring legendary rider Mike Hailwood.

Fabric: 100% Cotton

Considered to be the ‘best motorcycle racer ever’ by experts the world over, Mike Hailwood is a legend to which others can only aspire to. He won his first World Championship at the age of twenty one. He won nine World Championships, 76 Grand Prix wins and fourteen T.T Races on the notoriously dangerous Isle of Man course. He was revered for his outstanding talent and versatility, he was a true sportsman, charismatic yet unassuming, he loved music and had a huge sense of fun. In 1968 he was awarded the British Empire Medal for his services to the sport.