Nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots lost their lives on June 30, 2013, while combating the Yarnell Hill Fire. Eric Marsh was one of those nineteen crewmembers. Eric was an avid competitor in road bike races, as well as 12 and 24-hour mountain bike races. The Granite Mountain Hotshots is a fully-certified IHC program that is hosted by the Prescott Fire Department— an achievement Marsh was notably proud of. (Learn more about the Eric Marsh Foundation).
The Yarnell Hill Fire began as a result of lightning on June 28, 2013. Drought, substantial winds, and high temperatures are said to have had a definite impact on the intensity of the fire.
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Shop the Jackaroo Cycling Jersey today. This breathable, durable jersey features the phrase “Esse Quam Videri,” a Latin phrase which translates to: “to be, rather than to seem.” This is above the silhouette of a hotshot crewmember adorning #19 on the helmet, paying tribute to the members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots.
Flames are located on the bottom of this jersey, as well as on the bottom of both sleeves. This shirt runs small and is made to be frame-fitting. Most importantly, all the names of those who perished at the Yarnell Hill Fire: Ashcraft, Caldwell, Carter, DeFord, MacKenzie, Marsh, McKee, Misner, Norris, Parker, Percin, Jr., Rose, Steed, Thurston, Turbyfill, Warneke, Whitted, Woyjeck, and Zuppiger.
Eric Marsh, superintendent of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, was himself, a fan of cycling. This cycling jersey is by Jackaroo.
- Runs small, form-fitting
- 100% polyester
- Cycling jersey (By Jackaroo)
- Breathable, durable material