Cycling kits 2018: New pro team kits on the UCI WorldTour
By Velon Media Team , 15 Dec 2017

UCI WorldTour teams are unveiling their kits for 2018.

Below are all the jerseys released so far. We will update this article when a new kit is unveiled.

Team LottoNL-Jumbo

Slovenian rider Primož Roglič models the new Team LottoNL-Jumbo kit, part of Shimano's S-PHYRE performance clothing range (Photo: Vifit Sport/Charles Robertson)
Sprinter Dylan Groenewegen wears the new kit 'designed to cheat the air'. Vifit Sport becomes a permanent shirt sponsor in 2018 (Photo: Vifit Sport/Charles Robertson)
Every rider will display a number of their own choosing on the back - with the objective being 'optimal recognition in the peloton' (Photo: Vifit Sport/Charles Robertson)

Team Sunweb

Team Sunweb's 2018 kit maintains their recognisable two-stripe design
The design reflects Team Sunweb's World Championship Team Time Trial titles - for both the men's and women's teams

Bahrain Merida

Bahrain Merida's 2018 kit features the familiar red and blue with a new green trim (Photo: BettiniPhoto)
Italian brand Sportful manufacture Bahrain Merida's kit (Photo credit: BettiniPhoto)

Trek-Segafredo

Bauke Mollema models the new Trek-Segafredo kit which is made by Santini 
German puncheur John Degenkolb trains in the new Trek-Segafredo kit
Jarlinson Pantano in the training kit - high-visibility 'yellow fluo' with red and black detail

BMC Racing Team

Greg Van Avermaet in the 2018 BMC Racing Team kit at a team photocall. The new jersey has a blue collar, reflecting a new sponsorship deal with cybersecurity firm Sophos (©Tim De Waele)
Van Avermaet enjoyed a stellar season in 2017 - winning Paris-Roubaix, Gent–Wevelgem, E3 Harelbeke and Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (©CauldPhoto)
As Olympic road race champion Van Avermaet gets a dash of Gold on his sleeves  (© CauldPhoto)

Mitchelton-SCOTT

Mitchelton-SCOTT's new black and yellow kit is produced by Giordana Cycling
Previously ORICA-SCOTT, the Australian outfit becomes Mitchelton-SCOTT for 2018
(Left to right) Damien Howson, Carlos Verona, Jack Haig and Svein Tuft in the new kit

Team Katusha Alpecin

Team Katusha Alpecin have added light blue shoulders to their previously all-red kit (Picture: Jo Jo Harper)
Tiago Machado models the 2018 design (Picture: TDWsport.com)

BORA-hansgrohe

The new design carries more green and white than last year's all-black kit (Picture: VeloImages)
BORA-hansgohe's kit is made by Sportful (Picture: VeloImages)
The kit was unveiled at BORA-hansgrohe's 2018 team presentation (Picture: VeloImages)

Quick-Step Floors

Niki Terpstra, left, and Bob Jungels model Quick-Step Floors' 2018 kit (Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team/Sigfrid Eggers)
The kit is produced by Vermarc Sport (Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team/Sigfrid Eggers)
The new design incorporates riders' names (Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team/Sigfrid Eggers)

AG2R-La Mondiale

French team AG2R have departed from their classic and long-standing design with a banded jersey for 2018 - modelled here by their GC contender Romain Bardet (Photo: Vincent Curuchet)

Lotto Soudal

Puck Moonen, left, and Nikolas Maes in the 2018 Lotto Soudal kit, which is manufactured by Vermarc
The bottom half of Lotto Soudal's new kit is white rather than red
The two Lotto Soudal riders try out the new kit, which features multi-coloured bubbles on the back, on a mini velodrome

Movistar Team

Movistar Team's new kit is made by Scottish company Endura
They have moved from dark blue to light blue to align themselves with title sponsor Movistar's recent rebranding
It is hoped the new colour will increase the team's visibility in the peloton
The kits are hand-made by Endura

Team Dimension Data

Mark Cavendish models Team Dimension Data's new kit (Photo: Scott Mitchell)
The new design is manufactured by Oakley (Photo: Scott Mitchell)

Team EF Education First - Drapac p/b Cannondale

Team EF Education First - Drapac p/b Cannondale is the new name for Cannondale-Drapac
The team has moved from all green to a predominantly pink and white design 
The team will wear black shorts

Team Sky

Team Sky will wear white in 2018
The blue band on the front is reminiscent of the team's first years in the pro peloton
Team Sky's familiar data print remains on the back

FDJ

FDJ will retain their white and blue design in 2018 (Picture: FDJ)

Astana Pro Team

Astana Pro Team have made only minor tweaks to their blue and black kit (Picture: Astana Pro Team)

UAE Team Emirates

UAE Team Emirates will sport the same look as in 2017 (Picture: UAE Team Emirates)
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