New UCI World Tour Jerseys 2017- All 2017 Men’s Pro Cycling Uniforms & Kits

We at newcyclingkits.com have attempted to provide a page where you can see all the new kits for the 2017 UCI World Tour. New uniforms will be added as they are released. Several changes in jersey partners for the teams, like Team Sky switching from Rapha to Castelli and FDJ moving to Ale, for example. Continue reading

New Cannondale-Drapac Jersey 2017- Cannondale POC Sports Kit 2017

This is the new Cannondale Drapac uniform 2017, Cannondale-Drapac’s new jersey for the 2017 season. Made by Swedish company POC Sports, who replace Castelli (who in turn have moved to associate with Team Sky for 2017), the new Argyle cycling kit was officially revealed to the public on 4 November, 2016 Continue reading

New Team Sky Castelli Kit 2017- Team Sky Cycling Jersey 2017

Here is the new Team Sky jersey 2017, Team Sky’s new uniform for the 2017 season. We had reported that their deal with Rapha was due to end in 2016, and today (November 3, 2016), they’ve revealed their new kit, made by Italian company Castelli.

What do the lines on the new Team Sky jersey represent? (blue and white)

Castelli have opted to represent Team Sky’s successes over the last seven years on the shirt. Wins in UCI World Tour races are in blue, with white representing other triumphs. The long lines represent their Tour de France victories, with medium lines for stage races and short lines for one-day and stage ones. Continue reading

New Team Sky Cycling Jersey 2016- Team Sky Kit 2016 by Rapha

Here is the new Team Sky cycling jersey 2016, Team Sky’s new cycling kit for the 2016 season, made by Rapha. The 2016 season marks the last year in the current partnership between Team Sky and Rapha, as reported by us earlier. The new Team Sky uniform was officially unveiled on December 11, 2015 by Chris Froome. Continue reading

New Tinkoff Saxo Tour de France Jersey 2015- Sportful Tinkoff-Saxo TDF Kit

This is the new Tinkoff-Saxo Tour de France kit 2015, Tinkoff Saxo’s uniform for the 2015 Tour de France competition. Unveiled in June 2015, the new strip seems to be a camo attempt, mixing elements from the team’s traditional colours (yellow and blue) and the kit they wore during off season training. Continue reading