Grab a Piece of Tour de France History from the Horton Collection

The 104th Tour de France is currently in full swing. Cyclists have already covered over 600 miles of racing traveling through France, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium and there is plenty of racing to go before the finish in Paris on July 23rd.

While the Tour rages on, you can pick up an awesome piece of cycling memorabilia from The Horton Collection,  a San Francisco based group with one of the world’s largest collections of vintage cycling jerseys, prints, and other items. Over the past 25 years, The Horton Collection have collected an estimated 15,000 objects and 170,000 vintage photographs, and through the month of July they are holding a sale on great examples of vintage Tour de France prints and objects, including lithographs signed by Eddie Merckx.


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