Felix regarded the other cyclists poised at the starting line, then looked out over the race course. He adjusted his cap to keep the sun out of his eyes. There were more men here than he'd expected today, but he thought he could handle things. He straddled his bike, waiting for the signal to begin.The starting pistol fired and his legs spun into action, faster and faster. His stiffest competitors were rim and rim with him for a while, then he left them all behind. When he sped across the finish line far ahead of all the other men, he tossed up his cap in triumph.
A faithful reproduction of one of the most popular styles of cycling cap in the 1880s and 1890s. This cap is made of 100% wool tweed fabric in forest green herringbone, genuine leather brim in a natural brown, and cream cotton lining. It is available in one adjustable size, with laces in the back.