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Pedaleur de Charme - Mint - Sweatshirt

An ode to Hugo Koblet, the Swiss rider who was the first non-Italian to win the Giro d’Italia (1950). Hugo was known for his...
€69,95

Grand Tours - Sweatshirt

Il Giro d’Italia, Le Tour de France, La Vuelta a España. Grand Tours with each their own history, color, culture, and characteristics. The passionate...
€69,95

The Remix - Bib Number 13 - Sweatshirt

From Eddy’s Molteni Arcore to Fausto’s Bianchi and Joop’s T.I Raleigh. Icons of cycling’s colorful history. We’ve tossed them all in the mix and...
€69,95

Bib Number 13 - Sweatshirt

Inspired by one of the many superstitions in the (pro) cycling peloton. The bib number 13 pinned upside down to not defy the gods...
€69,95

Bib Number 13 - Pattern - Sweatshirt

Inspired by one of the many superstitions in the (pro) cycling peloton. The bib number 13 pinned upside down to not defy the gods...
€69,95

Food of Champions - Sweatshirt

The good old banana, Mother Nature’s quick snack. From ’Vélo tourist’ to the wearer of the rainbow jersey. Which cyclist hasn’t grown ‘big’ on...
€69,95

Coppi e Bartali - Sweatshirt

An ode to one of the sports’ greatest rivalries: Coppi vs Bartali. The light blue of Fausto’s Bianchi team vs. the yellow and blue...
€69,95

Pedaleur de Charme - Sweatshirt

An ode to Hugo Koblet, the Swiss rider who was the first non-Italian to win the Giro d’Italia (1950). Hugo was known for his...
€69,95
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For La Machine social responsibility starts with fair working conditions and environmental consciousness in the factories which we work with. By building long-term personal relationships with suppliers as close by as possible we can not only ensure a fair working environment, but it also enables us to bring the highest possible quality products to the market. This way social responsibility is not only statement but a business model. A win-win situation.

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''A good piece of clothing comes down to sourcing the right yarn, using the right milling technique and the last but not least, the right workmanship. After all a good piece of clothing is only as good as it feels.''

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''The production of clothing needs love and attention. Love for the process, a skilled set of hands, attention to detail and a strong dedication to make the best possible end product. Over and over again.''

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''Of course it's a job, a way to make a living. But being a small-scale family business where we work closely together we also consider this team as a bit of our family.''

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