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CCC Team unveil new jerseys and 2019 Giant TCR bike

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The new CCC Team jersey

The new CCC Team jersey (Image credit: CCC Team)
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Pauliena Rooijakkers takes a picture of Jeanne Korevaar in the new CCC-Liv kit

Pauliena Rooijakkers takes a picture of Jeanne Korevaar in the new CCC-Liv kit (Image credit: CCC Team)
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CCC Team's 2019 Giant TCR

CCC Team's 2019 Giant TCR (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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Pawel Bernas in the CCC Team kit

Pawel Bernas in the CCC Team kit (Image credit: CCC Team)
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The back of the CCC Team Jersey

The back of the CCC Team Jersey (Image credit: CCC Team)
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The back of the CCC Team kit

The back of the CCC Team kit (Image credit: CCC Team)
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CCC Team will have black shorts in 2019

CCC Team will have black shorts in 2019 (Image credit: CCC Team)
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The back of the CCC Team shorts

The back of the CCC Team shorts (Image credit: CCC Team)
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The fade on the new CCC Team kit

The fade on the new CCC Team kit (Image credit: CCC Team)
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Jeanne Korevaar and Pauliena Rooijakkers showing off the new CCC women's team kit

Jeanne Korevaar and Pauliena Rooijakkers showing off the new CCC women's team kit (Image credit: CCC Team)
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Jeanne Korevaar shows the new CCC women's team kit and bike

Jeanne Korevaar shows the new CCC women's team kit and bike (Image credit: CCC Team)
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Amaro Antunes shows off the new CCC Team kit

Amaro Antunes shows off the new CCC Team kit (Image credit: CCC Team)
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The team will use Giant Contact SLR saddles

The team will use Giant Contact SLR saddles (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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Giant TCR bikes have been winning races in the WorldTour since the 1990s

Giant TCR bikes have been winning races in the WorldTour since the 1990s (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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Like last year's Team Sunweb Giant bikes, CCC Team have opted for Giant finishing kit including stem, handlebars and saddles

Like last year's Team Sunweb Giant bikes, CCC Team have opted for Giant finishing kit including stem, handlebars and saddles (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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The low-key black design has contrasting white decals

The low-key black design has contrasting white decals (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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The team will use Giant NeosTrack computers next season

The team will use Giant NeosTrack computers next season (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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The Giant carbon wheels are emblazoned with Giant's hashtag #Overachieve

The Giant carbon wheels are emblazoned with Giant's hashtag #Overachieve (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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CCC Team decals sit on the fork dropouts

CCC Team decals sit on the fork dropouts (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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The iconic orange of CCC Team is limited to bidons

The iconic orange of CCC Team is limited to bidons (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)
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Giant also provide the team with handlebar tape

Giant also provide the team with handlebar tape (Image credit: Chris Auld/CCC Team)

CCC Team have revealed their 2019 Giant TCR race bikes and their new orange kit for the both men's and women's teams.

The men's team, a merger between BMC Racing and CCC Sprandi, will pair the bikes with Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 groupsets while the wheels and finishing kit come exclusively from Giant. The women's CCC-Liv team - previously WaowDeals - will ride Giant's women specific brand Liv, which the team previously rode between 2009 and 2016.

The jerseys, made by Etxeondo, is similar to that of CCC Sprandi, with some minor refinements and changes due to secondary sponsors. The jersey fades from orange to black at the bottom and the black carries into the shorts.

The primary difference between the men's and women's team jersey is the logo under the CCC name, with the women using the Liv brand on their jersey and the men Reno - the name of the CCC shops in Germany.

Greg Van Avermaet and his CCC Team teammates will have the choice to race aboard the photographed all-rounder Giant TCR or the aero, disc brake-equipped Giant Propel. Marianne Vos and her CCC-Liv teammates will have the options of the Liv Langma and aero EnviLiv.

This season's Pro Continental CCC outfit raced aboard Guerciotti bikes in the team's iconic orange and black colour designs. As they move to the WorldTour for 2019, however, the team has opted for a subtler raw carbon design with white decals and only the Giant bidons retaining the bright orange colour.

Like Team Sunweb this season, CCC Team will use almost all Giant components, including frameset, wheels, bottle cages, saddle, (integrated) seat post, handlebars, stem and bar tape. Only the Shimano groupset and pedals and Vittoria Corsa tubular tyres seem to be non-Giant branded components. The bike also appears to use Shimano's integrated Dura-Ace R9100-P dual-sided power meter.

Click or swipe through the gallery above for a closer look at the 2019 CCC Team Giant TCR and their new kit.

Frameset: Giant TCR
Front brake: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Rear brake: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Brake/shift levers: Shimano Dura-Ace R9150
Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace R9150
Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace R9150
Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Chain: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Crankset: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100-P
Wheelset: Giant SLR 0 42mm
Tyres: Vittoria Corsa tubular
Handlebars: Giant Contact SLR
Stem: Giant Contact SL
Headset: FSA
Tape/grips: Giant
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Saddle: Giant Contact SLR
Seat post: Giant TCR integrated
Bottle cages: Giant Airway Pro
Computer: Giant NeosTrack