Julian Alaphilippe unveils rainbow jersey and custom Specialized Tarmac SL7 ahead of Liège-Bastogne-Liège 2020

The 2020 world champion will debut his new jersey on Sunday

Julian Alaphilippe training at Liège-Bastogne Liège 2020 (Wout Beel/Deceuninck - Quick-Step)

(Image credit: WOUT BEEL)

Julian Alaphilippe has unveiled his new world champion's jersey as well as a custom rainbow Specialized Tarmac SL7.

The Frenchman rode to a stunning victory in Imola, and will now debut his rainbow jersey at Liège-Bastogne-Liège, a Monument currently missing from Alaphilippe's palmarès and a race he set his sights on at the beginning of the season.

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