New year, new kits: Quick-Step, Jayco, Movistar, Lotto


As we enter the new season, most of the WorldTour teams shared their new kits. While some made literally no effort at all to upgrade their kit, others have had a design refresh that puts them in contention for the most fashionable squad.

The former Lotto Soudal departs from the red and white jersey with little black stripes on the arms, and now is set to carry a mainly red and blue jersey split in the middle, as the team transforms into Lotto Dstny.

Soudal Quick-Step have earlier revealed Remco Evenepoel’s jersey for 2023. However, now the equipment that will be used by his teammates has been shown for the first time. The changes to the jersey aren’t meaningful, however with the entry of new main sponsor Soudal, the Belgian team will be once again giving exposure to new names.

The first post-Valverde kit for Movistar looks younger? The Spanish team changed their kit manufacturer after only one season of working with La Passione, and for 2023 all their riders will wear jerseys and bibs made by Spanish brand Gobik.

“The main aim was to gain luminosity and break with tradition, but without losing the team’s characteristic colours,” says Ángel Lencina, Gobik’s Product Development Manager.

BikeExchange-Jayco becomes Jayco AlUla for 2023 and have revealed a new racing kit. AlUla is a popular tourist destination in northwestern Saudi Arabia.

The men team’s blue tones match the colours of Giant, with a white upper body and shoulder area. The Jayco logo stands out in sky blue across the chest, with AlUla lower down, on the side panels and the left leg.


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