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Sagan, Higuita, Marc Soler, Movistar and Quick-Step show their jerseys for 2022

The cycling world has officially kicked off the 2022 season. Like every January 1, many riders in the peloton and numerous teams have wanted to share on their social networks the jerseys that they will wear next season and with which they hope to add titles on the road.

One of the early risers to present their new ‘skin’ was the team Quick-Step, which presented its new logo and its new Castelli kit with the sponsorship of Alpha Vinyl after the renewal with Deceuninck did not occur. Another team that also showed its novelties for 2022 was the BikeExchange, which this season adds Jayco as a new co-sponsor official of their men’s and women’s teams.

Another of the teams that has also wanted to show their signings for the 2022 season has been the Ineos-Grenadiers, who has already shown Kim Heiduk, Lucas Plapp, Magnus Sheffield, Ben Tulett, Benjamin Turner and Elia Viviani with the new team garment for 2022. Omar Fraile also appears on this list of signings, who will wear the Spanish champion jersey in the big events on the calendar.

Movistar also wanted to present its men’s, women’s and virtual cycling teams with the new La Passione kit that they will wear in the 2022 season. A kit with which the eight signings of the Spanish team for 2022 have already posed, among others: Max Kanter, Oier Lazkano, Iván Sosa, Gorka Izagirre, Will Barta, Óscar Rodríguez, Vinícius Rangel and Alex Aranburu. He also showed the new Enric Mas kit, who is emerging as the great leader of Movistar for this season.

Marc Soler will no longer be at Movistar in 2022, who after saying goodbye to the team with a nice message, has already posed in the UAE Emirates colors, the team with which he will race next season and where he is emerging as one of the great lieutenants of Tadej Pogacar

Caja Rural has also presented with its new jerseys on this January 1 to their new signings for 2022, where the return of Mikel Nieve stands out and the arrivals of Edu Prades, Calum Johnston, Yesid Pira, Iúri Leitao, Michal Schlegel and Fernando Barceló.

Peter Sagan also wanted to welcome 2022 by showing the colors of his new jersey for next season, in which he will act as the great leader of TotalEnergies after his departure from Bora-Hansgrohe

Colombian Sergio Higuita arrives at Bora-Hansgrohe, who has already shared on social networks how the new kit will be with which he will compete in the German squad.

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