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Team Leopard-Trek kit revealed

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The new Leopard-Trek kit

The new Leopard-Trek kit
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The Trek team issue Team Leopard-Trek Speed Concept time trial bike.

The Trek team issue Team Leopard-Trek Speed Concept time trial bike.
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The Trek Madone bike

The Trek Madone bike
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UCI President Pat McQuaid attended the Leopard-Trek team presentation

UCI President Pat McQuaid attended the Leopard-Trek team presentation
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Thanks for coming: Nygaard and his riders thank the 4000-strong crowd

Thanks for coming: Nygaard and his riders thank the 4000-strong crowd
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The riders flood the stage

The riders flood the stage
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The Leopard-Trek presentation

The Leopard-Trek presentation
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The new Leopard-Trek kit

The new Leopard-Trek kit
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The new Leopard-Trek road bike

The new Leopard-Trek road bike
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Team Leopard-Trek on show ahead of the 2011 season

Team Leopard-Trek on show ahead of the 2011 season
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All smiles as Cancellara and the Schlecks are set to lead from the front

All smiles as Cancellara and the Schlecks are set to lead from the front
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Pat McQuaid watches on

Pat McQuaid watches on
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Frank Schleck and Brian Nygaard share a joke on stage

Frank Schleck and Brian Nygaard share a joke on stage
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The Leopard-Trek riders milk the applause

The Leopard-Trek riders milk the applause
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A rider makes his way to the stage

A rider makes his way to the stage
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Bennati waits in the wings before making his entrance

Bennati waits in the wings before making his entrance
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Leopard-Trek: Pure Racing

Leopard-Trek: Pure Racing
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The Trek Madone designed for Team Leopard Trek

The Trek Madone designed for Team Leopard Trek
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Another view of the Team Leopard-Trek Speed Concept TT bike.

Another view of the Team Leopard-Trek Speed Concept TT bike.
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This is not the Team Leopard-Trek jersey

This is not the Team Leopard-Trek jersey
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The new Team Leopard-Trek unveiled its look for the 2011 season at its team presentation today, rolling out its white, sky blue and black Trek Madone and Speed Concept machines in addition to the riders' clothing.

The team's clothing consists of a simple design with a white body, light blue stripe and black shoulders. The name of team manager Brian Nygaard's management company, Leopard, has a small presence on the jersey with co-title sponsor Trek taking up the side panel.

The names of each rider, including the team's stars Andy and Fränk Schleck and Fabian Cancellara, will be printed on his jersey's neck, while other sponsors Craft and Mercedes are the only other logos on the jersey.

Trek confirmed today that the team will use Bontrager wheels and accessories, with the Aeolus and Race XXX Lite wheels being used for races and the Classic line for training.  Shimano also confirmed that the team will use Dura-Ace components with Di2 technology exclusively on all bikes for the next four years.

The team will also be helping Bontrager in developing its products. “One of the most valuable assets our teams and riders provide us with is unparalleled feedback about the products they compete with. These guys ride more than perhaps anybody else on the planet and have so much invested in the performance of the product. If it can work for them, we know it will work for just about anybody.” Said Trek VP of Product and Marketing Joe Vadeboncoeur.

More photos from the presentation coming soon!