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2016 team kits Pro teams are starting to unveil their new kits for the coming season. This gallery will be regularly updated with new photos, so check back often. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com Cannondalekit The new Cannondale look is much greener, and it brings back Slipstream’s signature argyle pattern in a big way. Photo: Cannondale Pro Cycling SoutheastKit Sprinter Filippo Pozzato (right) designed team Southeast-Venezuela’s kit for the 2015 season. It has a very Italian flair — but are you surprised? Photo: Massimo Bacci Leaders Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana showed off the new Movistar kit, which is quite similar to the 2015 look. Photo: Movistar DDkit Cameron Myer and Songezo Jim modeled the new Dimension Data-Qhubeka team kit. Photo: Dimension Data-Qhubeka Giant-Alpecin-image_2016_02.jpg1 Giant-Alpecin and its corresponding women’s team, Liv-Plantur, will sport familiar looks in 2016, leaving their kit designs relatively unchanged from 2015. Photo: Giant-Alpecin Lotto - Soudal team photoshoot 2016 Lotto-Soudal’s 2016 kit looks pretty similar to what the team wore in 2015. It’s a nice, simple, distinctive design. Photo: Peter De Voecht & Nico Vereecken / Photonews 2016 team kits: Trek-Segafredo Fabian Cancellara’s Trek outfit has added a new title sponsor for 2016, Italian coffeemaker Segafredo. Photo: Trek-Segafredo 2016 team kits: Katusha Team Katusha will sport a very different look in 2016. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com 2016 team kits: Katusha Joaquim Rodriguez struck a pose in his new kit while riding at the team’s December training camp in Calpe, Spain. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com 2016 team kits: Etixx-Quick-Step Marcel Kittel will wear blue and black again this season, but instead of Giant-Alpecin, he’ll be riding for Etixx-Quick-Step. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com 2016 team kits: Sky Chris Froome modeled the new Team Sky kit, which is relatively unchanged from 2015. Photo: Team Sky 2016 team kits: Sky Peter Kennaugh earned a special national champion’s kit for the 2016 season as winner of Britain’s road race nationals. Rapha will produce Sky’s kit for one final year this season. Photo: Team Sky 2016 team kits: IAM Cycling IAM Cycling will opt for a look that is much whiter than in years past. Hopefully their team bus has a good laundry machine. Photo: IAM Cycling team 2016 team kits: Tinkoff-Saxo Tinkoff’s new training kit is eye-catching. Photo: Luca Bettini/BettiniPhoto©2015 2016 team kits: Holowesko The team known as Hincapie Racing in 2015 gets a new name and a new look for 2016 as the Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team.