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The 2017 Trek-Segafredo racing colours

The 2017 Trek-Segafredo racing colours
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Alberto Contador

Alberto Contador
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The Trek-Segafredo riders check out their new kit

The Trek-Segafredo riders check out their new kit
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The view from the back

The view from the back
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Trek-Segafredo have gone for black and red socks

Trek-Segafredo have gone for black and red socks
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The 2017 jersey is revealed

The 2017 jersey is revealed
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The 2017 Trek-Segafredo team

The 2017 Trek-Segafredo team
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Alberto Contador

Alberto Contador
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The 2017 Trek-Segafredo apparel is made by Sportful

The 2017 Trek-Segafredo apparel is made by Sportful
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Edward Theuns

Edward Theuns
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Jasper Stuyven

Jasper Stuyven
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A flying Pete Stetina

A flying Pete Stetina
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Kiel Reijnen

Kiel Reijnen
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Mads Pedersen

Mads Pedersen
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Jarlinson Pantano

Jarlinson Pantano
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Italian national champion Giacomo Nizzolo

Italian national champion Giacomo Nizzolo
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Bauke Mollema

Bauke Mollema
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John Degenkolb

John Degenkolb
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USA national champion Greg Daniel

USA national champion Greg Daniel
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Haimar Zubeldia

Haimar Zubeldia
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Trek-Segafredo also revealed their colours in Australia

Trek-Segafredo also revealed their colours in Australia
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Trek-Segafredo go for red, white and lots of black

Trek-Segafredo go for red, white and lots of black
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Trek-Segafredo take a break from training

Trek-Segafredo take a break from training
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Trek-Segafredo test their new kit

Trek-Segafredo test their new kit
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The Trek-Segafredo team has revealed its new colours for 2017, opting for a red and black striped look.

The US-registered team have been training in a fluorescent kit recently but unveiled their 2017 racing colours at a presentation in Mallorca and simultaniously in Australia. The new kit is made by Sportful.

The shorts and lower body have a pin-stripe black design, with the upper body and shoulders bright red. The Trek logo stands out in the red, while coffee brand Segafredo is in the black section of the jersey.

US national champion Greg Daniel and Italian national champion Giacomo Nizzolo both have traditional looking jerseys. Daniel has a stars and stripes jersey, while Nizzolo sports a traditional red, white and green jersey.

Alberto Contador leads Trek-Segafredo as he targets the Tour de France, while fellow new signing John Degenkolb leads the Classics squad. 

#ICYMI We will race in red this year! pic.twitter.com/uIkgsUFtoq