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Riding Mont24? Check out the limited edition Mont Jersey!

March 31, 2014

The Mont 24 Hour Mountain Bike Race is only a week away! Who is excited?

We’re excited! We’ve designed a limited edition Mont Jersey to prove it. Made in Italy from high quality fabric, these jerseys are nothing but the best. Get yours for race day!

The shipment is due any day now and the jerseys will be available at the Mont Store soon, 18 Pirie Street Fyshwick, and at the fully stocked Mont Store at the race this weekend! Get in quick to avoid disappointment!

Keep an eye out for photos and more details as soon as the delivery arrives.

We can’t wait to see everyone at the race!

The Mont24

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