70s Bultaco Motorcycle Motocross Racing Jersey t-shirt Medium
Chest 19 in.
Length 23.5 in.
Sleeve 19.5 in.
Content: Feels like nylon
Tag Brand: No tag
This sweet long sleeved motocross jersey features a large logo on the back for Bultaco, a Spanish motorcycle manufacturer that was in business from 1958 to 1983. This shirt is from the 70s, when Bultaco totally dominated the World Trials Championship. Their motorcycles wound up winning the title eight times before the end of the decade.
Bultaco actually revolutionized motorcycle trials competitions in the 1960s, when they invented their most famous model the Sherpa T. Prior to the development of the Sherpa T, trials were mostly a British sport that relied on heavy four-stroke motorcycles. Bultaco created a much more lightweight two-stroke machine that made these models completely obsolete. Trials ace Sammy Miller won the Scottish Six Days Trial in 1965 riding a Bultaco and from then on there was no denying the manufacturers' superiority. This awesome vintage jersey is a keepsake from a period in time when Bultaco was at the top of the motocross game.
Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. There are small stains on the front, see pics.