Vermarc: Cycling Jerseys from Flanders, Belgium

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In 1977, a former professional cyclist Frans Verbeeck founded Vermarc Sport in Rotselaar, Belgium.

Along with his wife Angèle, the cycle clothing was made using wool along with flock lettering. But Frans was keen to look at new technology which led him to Italy and the technique of sublimation onto polyester. working in partnership with the University of Leuven, Frans refined the production process and after four months of hard work he started making jerseys in this way.

Vermarc have sponsored a huge number of professional team over the years with the Etixx-Quickstep team their biggest presence in the 2016 peloton.

The company name Vermarc comes from Verbeeck's son "Verbeeck Marc" who is now head of his father's company.

Johan Museeuw 
Celebration JerseyJohan Museeuw Celebration Jersey
World Champion, World Cup winner, three time Paris-Roubaix champion, three times winner of Tour of Flanders, Museeuw won 11 momuments in all!
Mr Bookmaker/GB Champion JerseyMr Bookmaker/GB Champion Jersey
Worn by Roger Hammond in 2004, this Great Britain national champion jersey sure looked good!
Quickstep/Olympic Celebration JerseyQuickstep/Olympic Celebration Jersey
This special edition jersey was made by Vermarc to celebrate Paolo Bettini`s victory in the 2004 Athens Olympic road race.
Tom Steels 
Belgian Champ JerseyTom Steels Belgian Champ Jersey
Seeing the Belgian National Champion jersey in action in the cobbled Claassics is one of my favourite sights in Spring.
TVM / Bison 1994 JerseyTVM / Bison 1994 Jersey
This jersey was actually ridden by Dag Otto Lauritzen during the 1994 season. Photo: John Pierce.


Website: Vermarc