Monthly Archives: July 2010

Shoulder of Pork and Ham

Who would have thought SPAM could look so appetising! The food that fed a nation during the war has since developed into a cult brand and is now available as a classic foska jersey. This cycling jersey has been a … Continue reading

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La Tour de Foska – Fin

As i’m sure you’re aware by now, Alberto Contador claimed his 3rd Tour de France title, finishing 39 seconds ahead of second place Andy Schleck. Alessandro Petacchi clamied the sprinters green jersey although he failed to win a stage, Anthony … Continue reading

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New Quins Bottles Arrive

There here! The new Harlequins water bottles have arrived, and after an exhausting morning get all 1200 of them downstairs they are now ready to ship! The perfect accompaniment for any true rugby fan. Click here to get yours.

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Fears Grow for Missing American

Reward shall be given upon his safe return Fears are growing for an American cyclist who has gone missing in the South of France. Lance Armstrong, 38, was last seen on a bike ride with friends through France on Sunday … Continue reading

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Le Tour de Foska – Part Deux

Stage 3: Wanze > Arenberg Porte du Hainaut – 213km As if there weren’t enough tumbles this year already they decided to make it a little trickier by throwing a few extras into the mix. Oil slicks, snipers and water … Continue reading

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Le Tour de Foska

We enjoy nothing more than a good bike ride, and bike rides get no bigger than the Tour de France. The internet is awash with Tour de France news and blogs – so I thought that instead of regurgitating the … Continue reading

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Charity Rides, Foska and 20% Off

Virginia Beckett and friends who recently rode the Rob Roy Challenge contacted us about helping out with the cost of kitting out there team in Foska gear, which we were more than happy to help with. But this got me … Continue reading

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