1982 The Last Super Bowl Of Motorcross t-shirt Small
Chest 17.5 in.
Length 23.5 in.
Content: 50% Cotton 50% Polyester
Tag Brand: unbranded
This shirt is a very cool artifact from the Super Bowl of Motocross 1982. The first competition, in 1972, was responsible for popularizing stadium based motocross, known as supercross. The contest was named the Last Super Bowl of Motocross based on the false belief that the Coliseum would be torn down for the hosting of the Olympics, which Los Angeles was preparing for in 1984. The event did not however turn out to be the last at the Coliseum as it would luckily not be torn down. The American Motorcyclist teamed up with Wrangler and Honda as well as a well loved local radio station KMET 94-7 affectionately known as the "Mighty Met."
Tag says medium but fits like a modern unisex adult small. Several stains and spots throughout, see pics.