Team Sky introduced a new design to its kit at the GP Insubria in Campione d'Italia, Italy, today. The design, with sharper angles on 'SKY' logo, is to promote Sky Italy and will be worn by the British team in all Italian races.
"It's a small change in the font," said Sports Director Marcus Ljungqvist, "but it was a big change. It meant producing all new kits."
Sky Italy provides satellite TV coverage in Italy and joins Pinarello bikes and Kask helmets as Team Sky's Italian sponsors.
Besides the different font for the Sky logo, the rest of the Adidas team kit remains the same: black with light blue and white highlights.
Sky is fielding a team in the GP Insubria and in the GP Lugano, just over the border from Italy. Ljungqvist directs John-Lee Augustyn, Sylvain Calzati, Dario Cioni, Chris Froome, Peter Kennaugh and Morris Possoni.
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Gregor Brown is an experienced cycling journalist, based in Florence, Italy. He has covered races all over the world for over a decade - following the Giro, Tour de France, and every major race since 2006. His love of cycling began with freestyle and BMX, before the 1998 Tour de France led him to a deep appreciation of the road racing season.
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