The shirt faces forward on a mannequin. The top right corner is marked, I survived.
A mannequin wears the shirt and jeans. The tee is angled to the left.
The mannequin faces backwards. The back of the tee reads, Bike Week '96, Weirs Beach, NH. An eagle is pictured in the center riding a motorcyle.
The back of the shirt is visible up close.
The marks on the front of the shirt are visible up close.
A hand holds up the single stitching on the tee sleeve.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The shirt faces forward on a mannequin. The top right corner is marked, I survived.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A mannequin wears the shirt and jeans. The tee is angled to the left.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The mannequin faces backwards. The back of the tee reads, Bike Week '96, Weirs Beach, NH. An eagle is pictured in the center riding a motorcyle.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The back of the shirt is visible up close.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The marks on the front of the shirt are visible up close.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A hand holds up the single stitching on the tee sleeve.

Black Destroyed Bike Week 1996 Tee Shirt, XXL

Vendor
Gypsum Vintage Mens
Regular price
$48.00
Sale price
$48.00
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This super rad black “I Survived Bike Week” New Hampshire tee from 1996 is a great vintage shirt to keep in your outfit rotation. The shirt is made from cotton and has some slight wear and distress that only adds to its character! Wear this single stitch t-shirt with your favorite moto jacket and perfectly worn in jeans for that true biker aesthetic.

This piece has a few very small holes that are photographed, but are barely noticeable. The shirt seems to fit a modern XXL. Please see measurements for best fit.

Measurements
Chest: 48”
Waist: 48”
Shoulders: 23”
Sleeve: 8.5”
Length: 27”