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Team Sunweb reveals its new colours for 2017 - Gallery

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Team Sunweb

Team Sunweb
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The 2017 Team Sunweb jersey

The 2017 Team Sunweb jersey
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Team Sunweb 2017

Team Sunweb 2017
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Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb)

Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb)
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Michael Matthews out of the saddle

Michael Matthews out of the saddle
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Michael Matthews in his new colours

Michael Matthews in his new colours
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Tom Dumoulin shows off his 2017 tim trial bike

Tom Dumoulin shows off his 2017 tim trial bike
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Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb)

Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb)
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Wilco Kelderman (Team Sunweb)

Wilco Kelderman (Team Sunweb)
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Team Sunweb use Giant helmets

Team Sunweb use Giant helmets
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Michael Matthews is ready to celebrate in 2017

Michael Matthews is ready to celebrate in 2017
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The Team Sunweb Giant bike

The Team Sunweb Giant bike
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Michael Matthews with his Team Sunweb Giant bike

Michael Matthews with his Team Sunweb Giant bike
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The Team Sunweb Giant TT bike

The Team Sunweb Giant TT bike
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The Team Giant Giant TCR bike

The Team Giant Giant TCR bike
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A rear view of the Team Sunweb kit

A rear view of the Team Sunweb kit
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The new team logo

The new team logo
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The Team Sunweb Giant bike

The Team Sunweb Giant bike
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Team Sunweb will again have Mini as team cars

Team Sunweb will again have Mini as team cars
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Team Sunweb have unveiled their new look and colours for 2017, again opting for a black and white stripped jersey with touches of red. The men's and women's WorldTour teams, and the development team, will all race in the same kit produced by Etxeondo.

The German-registered but Dutch-based team held a first presentation at Münster-Osnabrück airport in Germany, where Sunweb is creating a new hub for various holiday destinations across Europe. It will also host  fan event during the opening day of racing at the Rotterdam Six Day in the Netherlands on Thursday.

Team leader Tom Dumoulin is expected to confirm he will target the Giro d'Italia in 2017, while new signing Michael Matthews will lead Team Sunweb in the hilly Classics and sprints. Lucinda Brand and world time trial championship silver medalist Ellen van Dijk lead the women's team.

"We are proud to present our new kit for 2017 along with our new title sponsor, Sunweb. We're pleased to have retained our two stripe design as it represents our deeply embedded "Keep Challenging" approach," team manager Iwan Spekenbrink said.

"For the team and its members, the meaning of these two iconic stripes goes far beyond an appealing design on a race kit, as one rising stripe represents the continuous development of the athletes and the other represents the continuous development of the team's science and technology driven sport environment – together they form the "Keep Challenging" strategy to which the team has been committed to as their key growth-driver from day one."

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