|Team BikeExchange – Jayco has launched their new team kit for 2022, which features blue alongside purple edging and splashes of pink. The Australian women’s squad will be supported by Liv, the only comprehensive cycling brand in the world dedicated solely to women. For the first time in the team’s history, a separate identity for the squad’s women’s team has been created, which also integrates Liv’s aubergine brand colour into the design.
DROPS Le Col s/b Tempur will be racing as Le Col – Wahoo in 2022. The British team will be aiming for WorldTour status in 2023.
Purple, pink and red will be the colours of Team Roland Cogeas, which recently introduced their kit for the 2022 season.
Team Cofidis has revealed their new three-colour kit for 2022, featuring a red and white jersey, with black shorts.
The UCI has banned the pink-coloured jersey of Spanish team Bizkaia Durango, despite the squad having worn pink for the last six seasons. The UCI has rejected two designs of the team’s kit due to similarities with the UCI Women’s WorldTour leader’s jersey.
According to Team SD Worx’s latest press release, Dutch national champion Amy Pieters, who was in an induced coma, is now stable and breathing on her own and has been transported from Spain to her home country of the Netherlands.
In 2019, the UCI launched the Centralised Prizemoney Management system for men’s professional cycling, which covers the distribution of prizes. As of 1 January this year, this system will also be used for women’s professional racing.
The Dutch team for the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Fayetteville, USA, to be held from 29 to 30 January, has been announced. Current World Champion Lucinda Brand will be joined by two former world champions in Marianne Vos and Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado. Denise Betsema, Annemarie Worst, Yara Kastelin, Inge van der Heijden and Manon Bakker complete a strong Dutch line-up. The team will also send a strong squad to the U23 women’s race with Puck Pieterse, Shirin van Anrooij and Fem van Empel.