After Belkin announced in June this year that they were pulling out of pro cycling, De Lotto, the Dutch lottery announced in September that they would take over the existing WorldTour team, becoming LottoNL-Jumbo.
On Thursday, the team revealed its new kit to the public and it’s err…very yellow, to say the least.
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Riders Wilco Kelderman, Laurens Ten Dam and Robert Gesink were all in attendance modelling the new kit, alongside their speed-skating counterparts who will also compete under the same name.
The team have stuck with the black shorts, thankfully, and they’re still using kit manufacturer Santini for the coming season as well as Bianchi as they’re bike provider (though it’s yet to be confirmed whether the bikes will feature any team colours in the same vain Belkin’s 2014 bikes).
Steven Kruijswijk seemed pretty happy with the new kit though, posting a selfie on Twitter with his teammates after the presentation:
Let us know what you think of the new LottoNL kit. Would you wear this out riding on a Sunday morning ride?
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