2015 Cycling Team Jerseys Part 4 (and last…)

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You’ve seen all the WorldTour team jersey designs for 2015, there’s always a few teams in the Pro Continental division that we see on a regular basis, usually as wildcards into the Grand Tours (e.g. Cofidis who get invited for being French or Caja Rural for being Spanish and so on).

Bardiani-CSF-Pro-Team-2015Bardiani will make an appearance in the Giro as always, they always look to attack or breakaway so it’s a team jersey we’ll see a lot of during Italian races. It’s simple and green is qute rare but there’s too many logos for it to look truly good.

Bora-Argon-18-2015The new guise of Netapp-Endura have gone for black, black and more black. Boring!

Bretagne-Seche-Environnement-2015Frustratingly so have Bretagne-Seche Environment who we’ll no doubt see come Tour de France time. Unusually you’d think a smaller team would want to be seen…recommend they fill the void and go orange next year.

Caja-Rural-Seguros-RGA-2015A different colour and some originality, finally! Caja Rural will do their thing during the Vuelta and recently have been good value for a mountains stage win, luckily they’re easy to see the rest of the time too.

Cofidis-Solutions-Credits-2015Standard Cofidis fare here.

MTN have gone for a referee approach for their team jersey, there’s enough white here and the flash of yellow should make them stand out. Trouble is they’ve now got a bunch of riders who have underwhelmed the last few years.

Team_Colombia-2015Black with a Colombian flag across the chest, no massive changes here.

Team-Europcar-2015We know Europcar don’t want to pump in too much more money into this team and re-using last year’s design in its entirety backs this up.

Topsport-Vlaanderen-Baloise-2015Expect to see a lot of this team jersey during the Spring and then forget all about it until next season. The Topsport-Vlaanderen guys know how to do breakaways in the Spring classics but tend not to get invites to many other races.

 

2015 Cycling Team Jerseys Part 4 (and last…) was originally published on Me vs. Pro Cycling

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