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  • New Mint Sauce Freeride Jersey - White Background

Mint Sauce White Freeride MTB Jersey

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Mint Sauce jersey with white background for all you Mint aficionados out there. Mint merchandise is unleard of, so we have been super-lucky to persuade Jo Burt to pen this design for us.

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A new Mint Sauce jersey with white background for all you Mint aficionados out there. Mint merchandise is unleard of, so we have been super-lucky to persuade Jo Burt to pen this design for us.

A Brief History of Mint Sauce

Mint Sauce first appeared to the world in March 1988, and was published in the now defunct Bicycle Action magazine. In 1989 Mint moved to Mountain Biking UK, where he has graced the pages ever since. He was originally due to be called Marin but this was changed due to obvious confusion with certain big american bicycle manufacturers. His second name Sugworth is taken form the name of a farm that Jo Burt used to cycle past.

Mint was first published as a full page cartoon in Bicycle Action in November 1989, starred as a cloud in his first full page strip for MBUK in December 1990 and finally rode into colour in March 1992 in full lambing season. From this point onwards the strip quickly evolved from a series of jokes to an ongoing soap opera of love, loss and endless cake stops.

Jo Burt stunned the mountain biking community in June 1993 by apparently killing Mint off in a bloody and violent end.

In his time Mint has acted as a test rider for MBUK (The Trek 9500, Summer 1992), went all Delia with his Winter Special cookery masterclass in 1992 and also taught the two Martins how to Bunny Hop in September 1995.

Jo Burt also provided a series of cartoons for the Mountain Biking club newsletter in 1998-1989, and there is the odd 'hint of Mint' in several of the cartoons published.. He has provided other cartoons for MBUK, including the 'Neil The mechanic' series. He also provided a cartoon for MBUK's sister publication, 'What Mountain Bike'.

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A new Mint Sauce jersey with white background for all you Mint aficionados out there. Mint merchandise is unleard of, so we have been super-lucky to persuade Jo Burt to pen this design for us.

A Brief History of Mint Sauce

Mint Sauce first appeared to the world in March 1988, and was published in the now defunct Bicycle Action magazine. In 1989 Mint moved to Mountain Biking UK, where he has graced the pages ever since. He was originally due to be called Marin but this was changed due to obvious confusion with certain big american bicycle manufacturers. His second name Sugworth is taken form the name of a farm that Jo Burt used to cycle past.

Mint was first published as a full page cartoon in Bicycle Action in November 1989, starred as a cloud in his first full page strip for MBUK in December 1990 and finally rode into colour in March 1992 in full lambing season. From this point onwards the strip quickly evolved from a series of jokes to an ongoing soap opera of love, loss and endless cake stops.

Jo Burt stunned the mountain biking community in June 1993 by apparently killing Mint off in a bloody and violent end.

In his time Mint has acted as a test rider for MBUK (The Trek 9500, Summer 1992), went all Delia with his Winter Special cookery masterclass in 1992 and also taught the two Martins how to Bunny Hop in September 1995.

Jo Burt also provided a series of cartoons for the Mountain Biking club newsletter in 1998-1989, and there is the odd 'hint of Mint' in several of the cartoons published.. He has provided other cartoons for MBUK, including the 'Neil The mechanic' series. He also provided a cartoon for MBUK's sister publication, 'What Mountain Bike'.

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