Below is a full list as it occurs on here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/29220140@N04/sets/72157627190688805/.
Pro team jersey - cream - Large - £80 - not in rapha- still sale- save £40
Musette shoulder bag - £40 - not in sale save £20
Classic jersey s/s - black w/white - Large - £70 - not in sale save £25ish
Paul smith l/s merino jersey - purple - medium - £80 not in sale save £20
Paul smith - Hooded top - pink - large - £75 in sale, save £15, also on eBay
3/4 cross bibs - black with colour detail - large - £100 sold out at rapha, £50 off rrp
Found this in my drawer the other day, and only worn to try on but I took the tags off when bought. Other than that, brand new.
Looks like this: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2739/4372774198_9ac06a11b0.jpg
It's their signature sportswool, very comfy and wicking as the pink italy one i normally wear is, but this is too bigh for me (I'm a medium despite eating shitloads of chocolate) so no point keeping it. Can post or meet in London.
Rapha's Pro Team Jersey is a light and airy performance top with some well thought out features, it's also Rapha's first foray away from Sportwool and in to synthetics, even so there's the usual Rapha caveat: it doesn't come cheap.
Most of the panels on the Pro Team jersey are made from a lightweight polyester/polyurethane fabric that allows good ventilation and wicks sweat well. It doesn't cling to your body much when it does get damp and dries out really fast - one quick descent usually does the trick.
Rapha's Pro Team bib shorts are very, very good shorts that put in a strong performance across the board... although the price tag might be enough to make you yelp.
Where shall I start? How about the seat pad, on the basis that if the pad is no good, you might as well not bother with the rest. Thankfully, Rapha use a top-end endurance pad from Cytech, chamois builders to the stars.