Pro cycling kits 2019: Team Sky & more new WorldTour jerseys

UCI WorldTour teams have begun unveiling the cycling jerseys they will wear in 2019.

There are some new looks in the peloton, with BMC Racing Team becoming CCC Team, Quick-Step Floors becoming Deceuninck-Quick-Step, Team LottoNL-Jumbo becoming Team Jumbo Visma, EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale becoming EF Pro Cycling and other teams changing their colour schemes.

Here are the new 2019 cycling kits unveiled so far. This page will be updated when more designs are released.

EF Pro Cycling 

Sebastian Langeveld, centre, in the new EF Pro Cycling kit (Photo: Jojo Harper)
Rapha have partnered with EF Pro Cycling to produce their kit this season (Photo: Jojo Harper)
It won't be hard to spot Sep Vanmarcke and his team-mates in the peloton (Photo: Jojo Harper)

UAE Team Emirates

Left to right, Dan Martin, Fabio Aru and Alexander Kristoff in the 2019 UAE Team Emirates cycling kit (Picture: UAE Team Emirates)
Oliviero Troia shows off UAE Team Emirates' 2019 cycling jersey (Picture: UAE Team Emirates)

BORA-hansgrohe

Peter Sagan shows off his new BORA-hansgrohe cycling kit (Picture: BORA-hansgrohe)
Daniel Oss models the 2019 BORA-hansgrohe kit (Picture: BORA-hansgrohe)

Team Jumbo Visma

Team Jumbo Visma have a new sponsor but the colour scheme of their cycling kit will remain the same (Picture: Team Jumbo Visma)
Wout Van Aert (left) and Primoz Roglic (right) model Team Jumbo Visma's 2019 cycling jersey (Picture: Team Jumbo Visma)

CCC Team

The CCC Team cycling kit fades from black to orange (Picture: Chris Auld Photography)
CCC Team have a new-look kit manufactured by Exteondo (Picture: Chris Auld Photography)
CCC, a large chain of Polish shoe shops, step up to sponsoring a UCI WorldTour team in 2019 (Picture: Chris Auld Photography)

Deceuninck-Quick-Step

Philippe Gilbert models the new Deceuninck-Quick-Step cycling jersey (Picture: © Sigfrid Eggers)
Deceuninck-Quick-Step's Julian Alaphilippe won the KOM jersey at the 2018 Tour de France (Picture: © Sigfrid Eggers)
Yves Lampaert will wear the colours of Belgian national champion (Picture: © Sigfrid Eggers)

Lotto Soudal

Thomas De Gendt shows off the new Lotto Soudal 2019 cycling jersey (Picture: Lotto Soudal/Photo News)
Also modelled by Lotte Kopecky (left) and Puck Moonen (centre), the new Lotto Soudal cycling kit features minor tweaks but remains white, red and black for 2019 (Picture: Lotto Soudal/Photo News)

Team Sky

Chris Froome models Team Sky's new 2019 cycling jersey (Picture: Team Sky)
Egan Bernal wears Team Sky's 2019 cycling kit, which sees the team return to a black jersey (Picture: Team Sky)
Michal Kwiatkowski models the new Team Sky jersey, which once again features rider names (Picture: Team Sky)
2018 Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas in the 2019 Team Sky cycling jersey (Picture: Team Sky)

Trek-Segafredo

John Degenkolb shows off Trek-Segafredo's 2019 cycling kit (Picture: Trek-Segafredo)

Team Sunweb

Tom Dumoulin pictured on a training ride in the all-new Team Sunweb look for 2019 (Picture: Team Sunweb)
Team Sunweb switch from white and black to red and black in 2019 (Picture: Team Sunweb)
Michael Matthews trains in the eye-catching new Team Sunweb kit (Picture: Team Sunweb)

Mitchelton-SCOTT

Mitchelton-SCOTT will stick with their black and yellow cycling kit in 2019 (Picture: Mitchelton-SCOTT)

Bahrain Merida

The 2019 Bahrain Merida cycling kit features a new vertical blue stripe (Picture: @bettiniphoto)

Team Dimension Data

The new Team Dimension Data cycling kit features some minor changes to their green, black and white design (Picture: Team Dimension Data)
Mark Cavendish models the new Team Dimension Data cycling jersey (Picture: Team Dimension Data)

Movistar Team

Movistar Team will stick with their two-shaded blue kit in 2019, while Alejandro Valverde sports the world champion's rainbow stripes (Picture: Movistar Team)

Team Katusha Alpecin

Team Katusha Alpecin sporting their 2019 jersey (Picture: TKA/Kathrin Schafbauer)
Team Katusha Alpecin out for a group training ride (Picture: TKA/Kathrin Schafbauer)

Astana Pro Team

Astana Pro team will once again wear a sky blue and black cycling kit in 2019 (Picture: Astana Pro Team)

Groupama-FDJ

New signing Stefan Küng shows off the 2019 Groupama-FDJ cycling kit (Picture: Groupama-FDJ)

AG2R La Mondiale

AG2R La Mondiale's 2019 cycling kit features only minor tweaks from 2019 (Picture: AG2R La Mondiale/Vincent Curutchet)