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A new year means new kits, and New Year’s day means riders can officially post pictures of themselves in their new uniform onto social media.
There’s been a swath of fresh jerseys released for 2022, including the controversial color splashes of SD-Worx, the return of red to Ineos Grenadiers, and things going blue for BikeExchange-Jayco.
Add that to some top rider transfers – Coryn Labecki to Jumbo-Visma, Elisa Balsamo to Trek-Segafredo, and Sam Bennett to Bora-Hansgrohe for example – and the peloton will look altogether different this season.
- Jersey kerfuffle as pink and purple dominates women’s peloton
- Balsamo wears rainbow for 2022
- Quick-Step saddles up with Castelli
Here’s your cheat sheet of rider wardrobes for 2022: