BikeExchange brings dramatic changes to 2022 kit


BikeExchange-Jayco says goodbye to the predominantly white and black jersey in which the team raced last season and will be wearing white-blue jerseys this season.

The Australian team said goodbye to Giordana and teamed up with Alé for the new kits. The team changed the boring white-black line of 2021 and opted for white-blue jerseys.

The new apparel is reminiscent of the colors with which the illustrious Gerolsteiner was active in the peloton in the 2000s. For the first time in the team’s history, the Women’s WorldTeam has its own identity, with aubergine-like colours.

Coinciding with the announcement of the new outfit, BikeExchange-Jayco announced three new technical partners: Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer Giant and its sister company Liv, whose house colors are reflected in the shirts of the men’s and women’s teams, and Cadex, a manufacturer of bicycle components.

“It seems like yesterday that we began this adventure into WorldTour cycling with the first-ever Australian professional cycling team,” team owner Gerry Ryan said. “It makes us proud to partner with Giant as they re-join the men’s WorldTour peloton, it means that what we have done in the last decade and what we are bringing forward with our staff.”

The men’s roster new riders include Alex Balmer, Lawson Craddock, Dylan Groenewegen, Jan Maas, Kelland O’Brien, Jesús David Peña, Matteo Sobrero, and Campbell Stewart.


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