With the Tour de France in full swing, there's never a better time to buy some pro kit and get to work on your Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish impressions.
Ag2r La Mondiale
For those who think then can pull off a light blue and brown jersey. Just don’t be tempted by the brown shorts.
You’ll have to perfect the trademark Fabio Aru gurn to really do this kit justice.
BMC Racing Team
A natural choice for those who enjoy inter-team battles
Ok, so nowhere is selling the Cannondale-Drapac kit just yet, but you can make it yourself with the old Cannondale jersey and a red pen.
The perfect kit for doing your best Mark Cavendish impression.
As long as you don’t go for the matching white shorts, this is a seriously classy jersey.
The team’s white Tour de France version isn’t available just yet, but the normal black jersey is pretty smart too.
A classy kit that sadly won’t be around next season.
A vast improvement on the team’s jerseys from previous years
Not the best colour combination, but a steal at £30 RRP.
A timeless red and white design that we hope stays unchanged for a few years at least.
If you’re more of a Dowsett man than a Froome man, then this is the kit for you.
The team’s blue Tour de France kit isn’t out just yet, but that means you can pick up a great deal on the old model.
If yellow’s your colour but you don’t fancy the actual yellow jersey, then the Dutch team is a good choice.
Surely the most popular choice for all our British readers.
One of the brightest kits in this year’s Tour, the Tinkoff kit might be a great high-vis commuting option.
A pin-striped design for all the bankers out there.
The perfect jersey to wear if you want your mates to tow you along all day.
Combine with Dimension Data shorts and Nike shoes for the classic Cav look.
Polka Dot jersey
One for all the mountain goats out there.
An understated design for the young at heart