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Old 10-27-12, 21:30
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rabo 2013 outfit at 00:40, luckily this won't be worn next year
Positive about this movie is that they are all quite confident they will find a new sponsor as some big names allready contacted the team pretty fast after Rabobank said goodbye.
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Old 10-27-12, 22:28
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Or maybe something like this. I hope their kits aren't just black or white, that would be boring.
that would be good yeah, we will see who becomes the new title sponsor.
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Giant have some good looking black kits widely available to the public at the moment, especially the Giant Cycling World one. Maybe they could try a variation of that?

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I think they should ride backwards. The back of the jersey looks way better than the front.
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Old 10-31-12, 19:21
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Got to say with that back i quite like the look of that netapp jersey.
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Actually, right now my biggest concern is What's Lander's kit gonna look like?
Luckily, looking at the Nat Champ kit Gilbert was wearing it doesn't look like BMC is a team who sinks to the minimalistic level.
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grande davide! just like in his 20's
hopefully the team will be allowed in the big races too
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Old 11-20-12, 22:35
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is this a new Quick step jersey or just one for the Gent six day? http://www.nieuwsblad.be/sportwereld...98?pid=2100430
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