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Mens Dunsborough Cycling Jersey

$129.00 AUD

Connal Kit Mens Dunsborough Cycling Jersey.

Comfort fit, Classic Style, Italian fabric. 
Tells the story of Dunsborough, our home town, and the roads we ride.
To read the text on the jersey scroll to the bottom of this page.

Colour: Main colour Dazzling Blue - just like the ocean at Dunsborough. 
Suit: Cycle Touring, Bunch Riding, Social Cycling. Keepsake from your visit to Dunsborough. Jersey for the locals to be proud of. Awesome gift for the cyclist. 
Designed in Dunsborough, Western Australia 

Jersey Features: Comfort Fit. Three easy to reach deep rear pockets. More length than race-fit. Zipper hoods for comfort. Sun protection fabric, plus high collar and good length short sleeves. Reflective strips on rear pockets.  Quality YKK full length zipper. Underarm mesh. 


Composition: Front: Performance Quality Italian Fabric. 86%Polyester; 14% Spandex; 138gsm. Back: 90% Polyester; 10% Spandex; 84gsm. Side mesh panel for added breathability. 


Fabric Features: Light, Breathable, Quick Dry, Moisture management. Perfect fit.

Garment Care: Fully open front zipper for putting on and taking off. Close Zippers for washing. Cool 30 Machine Wash; Wash with like colours; Do Not Bleach; Do Not Tumble Dry; Do Not Iron; Do Not Dry Clean; No Fabric Softeners. 

Extra Love: Hand wash; Enclose in a Laundry Bag when washing; Close zippers when washing; Dry in the Shade. Do not bring into contact with road surface.

Fit and Models:

The Dunsborough Jersey is a more relaxed fit.
Model: Chris - Dunsborough cyclist - wears Size S. Height 176cm Weight 69kg.

Model: Greg - Dunsborough cyclist - wears Size M. Height 180cm Weight 82kg.


Text on the Dunsborough Jersey
If you're wondering about the words you will be wearing here they are. Firstly the Dunsborough Cycling Jersey Front:

Outside is Free, Travel slowly - cycle, walk, run – 
Dunsborough has SO Much. Connect with the Earth, be aware, spread your toes in the sand, feel the wind in your hair, observe the change of seasons, feel and smell nature at its best. Starting at Dunsborough Beach and continuing all the way along the sheltered eastern side of Cape Naturaliste are a string of picture-perfect tranquil beaches and boulder-strewn bays, just perfect for adventure. 
The Meelup Trail starts at the northern edge of Dunsborough Town and follows the coastline north to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. Small bays are all the way along, the first of them being Curtis Bay.  Castle Rock, looking over Castle Bay, is a prominent landmark on the Geographe Bay coast.  MEELUP, with shady peppermint trees and lawns, is a popular moonrise viewing beach and family picnic area.  Gannet Rock and Point Piquet are great for whale watching, then there is a large stretch of beach leading to Eagle Bay. Rocky Point is known for the surf, then around the corner is a beautiful stretch of sand, Bunker Bay.   Shelley Beach is the eastern side of Cape Naturaliste, which juts out beneath the lighthouse. Unique flora and fauna can be found at every turn. Gain access by driving, or better still, walking the trails, cycling the roads around the bays and onto Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse or via the mountain bike trails.  Sugar Loaf Rock, south of Cape Naturaliste is a sight to see in all seasons. The iconic Cape to Cape Track takes the ADVENTUROUS walkers 135km from Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. In springtime the wildflowers are blooming in the green coastal scrub, peppermint woodlands and the jarrah and marri forests. This is a great time of year for walking or CYCLING and observing natures flower garden. Unlike the wild and tempestuous coastlines elsewhere in the south west of WA, Geographe Bay is relatively safe for beach walking and rock hopping. It's one of the MAGIC places for families with young children to spend time exploring the beaches and the rocky nooks close by. 
Discover Dunsborough, Yallingup and the region … So much to do: Cycling - road, mountain bike, cycle path …. Full moon rising …. Sunsets …. Sunrises …. Low tide beach walking …. Whale watching …. Cape to Cape Walk Track …. Bush walking …. Lighthouse … Beach Combing … Running … Meelup Regional Park …. Picnic in the park …. Surfing …. Orchids and wildflowers …. Boutiques …. Coffee …. Art Trails …. Wineries and wine …. Breweries and beers …. Gourmet Food … Cooking … Cheese … Chocolatiers and chocolate …. Fishing …. Diving …. Eat out …. Eat In …. Take a picnic …. Cultural Tours …. 

Dunsborough … a coastal town in the South West of Western Australia, 254 kilometres south of Perth on the shores of Geographe Bay.  The South-West region of Australia, of which Dunsborough is part of, has an Aboriginal history dating back 50,000 years. This makes it one of the world’s earliest continually inhabited areas. The Wardandi people (Saltwater people), the traditional custodians of this land,  originally called Dunsborough ‘Quedjinup’, meaning ‘Place of Women’.  “Whilst on Wardandi Boodja (Saltwater People’s Country) it is asked that you respect the area and walk softly on the country and take the time to listen to the Boodja (Country) as she Wongi Birak (Talks of the Season)”.  On 30 May 1801, Nicholas Baudin sailed up the coast rounded Cape Naturaliste and anchored in Geographe Bay.  Both locations were named after his two vessels the Geographe and the Naturaliste.  By 1845 there was the presence of American whalers in GEOGRAPHE BAY.  Castle Rock Whaling Station was operating north of the present township. Commerce in the region was also centred on the export of timber,  mainly jarrah.  There is conjecture whether the modern town is named after the nearby Dunn Bay, which was named after Captain Richard Dalling Dunn … or was it named after an American whaler named Dunn who settled in the area during the wet season?  When Dunsborough first appeared on a map in 1839 it was spelt “Dunnsbro”. The first general store in Dunsborough opened for business in 1925 and the first bakery didn't appear until 1930. The boat ramp in “Old Dunsborough” was built in 1956.  It is regarded that the first commercial vineyard was established in the region in 1967 by Dr Cullity and named Vasse Felix Estate. It is lesser known that the first grapes were grown by an enterprising fellow, Mr Jimmy Meleri, sometime before 1917 when he produced his first wine and sold bottles at local dances. The first surfers came to surf the waters of   YALLINGUP around 1956.  In the mid 1970s a Pigbreeders Footy Team was formed in Dunsborough. The team comprised of approx 40 local surfers. It was later reformed as the Mulies, playing in the Onshore Football League. The town of Dunsborough is rapidly expanding, however you can still head just 5 minutes out of town and find peace and quiet in the bush or on a secluded beach. The area has beautiful coastal views, surf breaks, excellent walk and   CYCLE trails and tranquil beaches just perfect for swimming. Dunsborough awakes to the sun beaming over the bay. At Yallingup the evenings are drenched with the glow of the sunset.


...and on the Dunsborough Cycling Jersey Back:

Places to see: 
Quindalup …. Cape Naturaliste …. Quedjinup …. Geographe Bay …. Yallingup Hills …. Curtis Bay …. Castle Rock …. Castle Bay …. Meelup …. Gannet Rock …. Point Piquet …. Eagle Bay Rocky Point …. Bunkers Bay …. Shelley Beach …. Sugar Loaf Rock …. Wardanup Hill …. Ngilgi Cave …. Mount Duckworth …. Yallingup …. Smiths Beach …. Canal Rocks …. Wyadup …. Injidup …. Cape Clairault …. Vasse …. Cowaramup …. DUNSBOROUGH ….  Carbunup …. Metricup ….. Siesta Park ….

THE ROAD TO RIDE  all tell a story, every turn an adventure.

Dunn Bay Road …. Dunsborough Lakes Drive …. Meelup Beach Road …. Castle Bay Road …. Eagle Bay Road …. Eagle Bay Meelup Road …. Yallingup Beach Road …. Geographe Bay Road …. Cape Naturaliste Road …. Caves Road …. Vidler Road …. Duckworth Place …. Bayview Crescent …. Commonage Road …. Mewett Road …. Biddle Road …. Ridgeway Drive …. Yungarra Drive …. Lagoon Drive …. MacLaren Drive …. Sheoak Drive …. Sonning Loop …. McLachlan Road …. Shallows Loop …. Marrinup Drive …. Koorabin Drive …. Nukklgup Loop …. Summer Brace …. Hayes Road …. Wyadup Road …. Abbeys Farm Road …. Quininup Road …. Canal Rocks Road …. Cape Clairault Road …. Wyadup Road …. Wildwood Road …. Millbrook Road …. Gunyulgup Valley Drive …. Kangaroo Parade …. Wisteria Drive …. Miller Road …. Balmoral Drive …. Kinross Loop …. Jarrah Knoll Place …. Vintners Drive …. Green Park Road …. Grange Way …. Cornerstone Way …. Woodbridge Vale …. Summerville Crescent …. Berryman Road …. Quindalup Siding Road …. Vasse Yallingup Road …. Quindalup South Road …. Chain Avenue …. Thornton Road …. Puzey Road …. Yelverton Road …. Yelverton North Road …. Roy Road …. Payne Road …. Gale Road …. Metricup Road …. Miamup Road …. Tom Cullity Drive …. Harmans Mill Road …. Bussell Highway …. Kaloorup Road …. Jindong Treeton Road

The trails – challenging, exciting.

Brown Street …. Firey’s Descent …. UP N AWAY …. Triple C …. Bojangles …. Mavericks …. Longman …. Mud Slinger …. 3 Sisters …. Sheep Dip …. Downtown …. Steady Eddy …. Y Knot …. Barney’s Rubble …. Home Run …. Happy Myles …. Ka-Bluey …. Child’s Play …. Beam Me Up Scotty …. OMDB …. Vertically Challenged …. Black Squared …. Mr Mansfield’s …. Old School …. J-Lo …. Nursery


...finally just in case you get lost, the back pockets have a map of the Dunsborough, Cape Naturaliste, Yallingup roads.

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