This sizes in this size chart relate to the measurements of our garments, not the body. Have a garment that fits you well? Lay it down flat on a flat surface and take the measurements, than look up the closest corresponding size in our size chart.
Half Chest (A)
Place tape measure 2,5 cm under the armpit and measure across the chest to the other side. From underarm to underarm.
Body Length, from hips to shoulder (B)
Measure from shoulder seam at collar to bottom hem.
Sleeve Length (C)
Measure the length of the sleeve from the beginning of the seam of the sleeve to the end of the sleeve.
*Size tolerance up to 2,5%
Half Chest (A)
Body Length (B)
Sleeve Length (C)
Pedaleur de Charme – Sweater
‘Pedaleur de Charme’ an ode to Hugo Koblet the first non-Italian to take the overall win in the Giro d’Italia in 1950. A cyclist who wasn’t only known for his great wins and big achievements but also for his refined style on and off the bike. No wonder his nickname was ‘Pedaleur de Charme’.
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 beautiful appearance and exquisite style. His most important "tools"? Strong legs and a little comb in his back pocket. No wonder his nickname was Pedaleur de Charme.
Features Stylish sweater made of organic cotton Colour of the sweater is navy blue La Machine logo print on inside neck La Machine logo print on upper left sleeve High quality monographic print on front
Fabric 85% Organic cotton
Sizing and Fit Sweater has a normal fit Please see the size chart to determine the correct size Ordered size not right for you? We offer easy, 30 days returns
Care instructions Machine wash inside out Machine wash no warmer then 30C Wash with like colours Use mild detergent Do not tumble dry Hang to dry (in shade) Do not wring dry Iron inside out only
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RETURNS & REFUNDS
Not satisfied and you want your money back? The return period for La Machine Cycle Club is 30 days after the order date.
EXCHANGING FOR ANOTHER SIZE
Like the product but the ordered size is incorrect? Exchanging products is easy as 1-2-3. All you need to do is return the product(s). We’ll make you a refund once your return shipment is in and you can place a new order with the right size(s).
The all-time La Machine classic: Bib number 13. Inspired by one of the many superstitions in the (pro) cycling peloton: bib number 13, which is worn upside down to not defy the gods of cycling mischief and mayhem.
The Mortirolo or Alpe d’Huez? The Carrefour de l’Arbre, Col du Glandon, Passo dello Stelvio, Oude Kwaremont or the Eyserbosweg. Are these monuments on your Bucketlist? Haven't ridden them yet? It's never too late. Just make a list and start striping off those beauties!
There you are, working towards that one goal. Battling the elements. Rain, wind, snow, hail. Nothing can stop you. Because you know your time in the sun will come. That you'll get back what you've put in: Miles for smiles.
Inspired by the happiest and most dreaded place of the peloton: Tête de la Course (head of the race) and Arrière de la Course (back of the race). The difference between being able to compete for the victory and ‘simply’ hanging on and trying to survive.