Although you may not own a piece of MOA/Nalini clothing, the chances are that you do own a piece of cycle clothing that they have made!
MOA, based in Castel d’Ario (Italy) offer a private label service to many very well known manufacturers including the likes of Adidas, Rapha and many others who don't exactly advertise it. Rapha actually blogged about it.
There was alot of fuss at the time when Team Sky changed from Adidas to Rapha, but of course both kits where made by MOA!
If you'd like to know why the name Nalini - it was the original name of the microfibre seat pad that they developed to supersede Chamois Deer leather previously used.
Banesto 1997 Jersey The Banesto logo
was present in the European peloton for 13 years, most notably during
Miguel Indurain`s five Tour de France wins!
Banesto/GB Champion Jersey Worn by Jeremy Hunt in 1997, is without doubt the best Great
Britain national champion jersey of all time!
Jersey The denim-look bib shorts were a heanous crime against fashion, but the
jersey design has stood the test of time well.
Casto/Castorama 1993 Jersey This jersey is from the French Castorama professional team who decided it was a good idea to make their team jersey to look like their employee`s uniforms!
Chateaux D'Ax 1989 Jersey Made famous by team leaders Gianni Bugno and Tony Rominger, this bold Chateaux D'Ax 1989 team jersey is the latest classic team jersey to be added to my online collection!
Colombia/Coldportes Jersey After seeing the striking Colombia/Coldportes
jersey on the front of Rouleur issue 60, I had to get the jersey
Team Jersey This
Columbian / High Road jersey is from the middle of the 2008 when the
Americna sportswear company announced their sponsorship of the teams
before the start of the Tour de France.
Team Jersey The bright
orange colours of the Euskaltel/Euskadi made in Italy by MOA Sport. It`s
certainly is bright!