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Gallery: Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's presents its 2012 jersey

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Presenting Stefan Van Dijk in the 2012 Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's black and orange

Presenting Stefan Van Dijk in the 2012 Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's black and orange
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Steven Caethoven goes black-and-orange with Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's

Steven Caethoven goes black-and-orange with Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's
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Andy Cappelle in the Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's 2012 kit

Andy Cappelle in the Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's 2012 kit
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Kevin Van Melsen shows off the 2012 Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's jersey

Kevin Van Melsen shows off the 2012 Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's jersey
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Accent.Jobs-Willems Veranda's has introduced its jersey for 2012. The Belgian Professional Continental team will take to the road in black and orange this year. The design features little orange stars and black hearts as the colours transition.

The biggest name on the new team is Leif Hoste. The former Belgian time trial champion was most recently with Team Katusha.

The team held an unusual team-bonding exercises last month. One night the riders were dropped into the sewer system of Kortijk, to find their way through a seven kilometre maze back to the surface. Later in the week they had boxing lessons and eventually took on Belgian boxing legend Freddy De Kerpel.