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Levi Leipheimer Signed Tour of Utah Jersey

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Take home a yellow Radioshack bike jersey autographed and worn by Levi Leipheimer during his 2010 Tour of Utah victory.

To date, the Santa Rosa, CA native has raced in 12 Grand Tours. Career highlights include overall winner of the Tour of Switzerland (2011) Amgen Tour of California in 2007-2009, Dauphine Libere (2006) and Deutschland Tour (2005). He was also a bronze medal winner at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games road time trial. He joined Team Radioshack, along with Lance Armstrong, in 2010.

Levi won First Overall in the 2010 Tour of Utah.

Donated by: Levi Leipheimer to Ben Stiller
Additional lot details
  • Includes: 1 Levi Leipheimer autographed jersey, size large, worn in the Tour De France. In condition as donated. Additional shipping charges may apply based on winner's location. Cannot be resold or re-auctioned. The proceeds for this item will be donated by Stiller Foundation to Bicycles for Humanity.
  • Lot #2728151
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Levi Leipheimer Signed Tour of Utah Jersey

Tue, 6 Dec 2011 1:30:00 PM EST

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