Fuel Motorcycles - SIXTY-TWO - Long sleeve Shirt
The "Sixty Two" long sleeve shirt is inspired in the story of Fred Ludlow. He was a top board track racer of the 1910s and later made the transition to dirt track racing. The Californian's greatest accomplishment came in September of 1921, when he won five national championships at the M&ATA finale on the dirt mile at Syracuse, New York.
Ludlow was born on August 23, 1895, in Los Angeles. Ludlow saved his earnings and purchased his first motorcycle, an Indian. When truck driving proved to be too tame for him, he began racing in the Los Angeles-area motordromes at the age of 16.
After his first races Indian gave Ludlow support in the form of one of its new eight-valve racing bikes in 1914. He raced frequently around the circuits of California. The young Ludlow earned his share of wins despite having to go up against established veterans such as Don Johns, Morty Graves and the other top riders of that era.
Made of the finest Portuguese cotton and produced locally and in a sustainable way this shirts are a Limited Edition!
*Turn the cuff of the shirt for REGULAR USE and stretch it for RIDING
LIMITED EDITION - When they are gone.. they are gone!