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Rapha and Timothy Everest three-piece 1930s-style cycling suit

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Classic cyclewear maker Rapha has teamed up with Savile Row tailor Timothy Everest to produce a three-piece suit that's good for both the bicycle and the boardroom.

Apparently inspired by 'gentleman riders of the 1930s', the suit has taken 12 months to develop and offers up a luxury wool jacket, waistcoat and trousers or plus fours in a Prince of Wales check, with plenty of detailing for the modern cyclist.

That includes a 'storm collar' to keep out the elements, fixed pockets, rear buttoned pockets, a shoulder pleat for extra reach and turndown cuffs (with bright inner for extra visibility). The suit is only available fully bespoke, if you want one, the three-piece costs £3,500. Email Timothy Everest to find out more.

Rapha website

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