Is now a good time to remind you of our Lorenzo & Ducati T-Shirt? - Motofire

Is now a good time to remind you of our Lorenzo & Ducati T-Shirt?

When Lorenzo moved from Yamaha, there were a few people who were more than a little disparaging.

With the first few rounds of MotoGP this year proving difficult for the former World Champion, it seemed that Rossi’s taunting before the team switch would ring true. But have we just witnessed the resurgence of the once metronomical Spaniard?

Valentino Rossi said that ‘moving bikes is for people with balls! That’s why Lorenzo will stay with Yamaha!’ Looks like Jorge had other ideas.

This is a classic tee that has a light feel. Made of 100% ringspun cotton (except for heather colors, which contain 10% polyester).

• 100% ringspun lightweight cotton
• Pre-shrunk
• Tubular construction
• Shoulder-to-shoulder tape
• Seamless collar
• Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem


Get ready for the next round at Le Mans and wear your colours proudly on your chest with this ‘DUCATI – FOR RIDERS WITH COJONES!’ shirt from our store.

Or if Lorenzo or Ducati aren’t your thing? We have plenty of other items to suit you.

Seriously, check out or Motofire Store and help us feed our kids!


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