Photo Gallery: 2014 WorldTour Team Kits (Updated)

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With the 2014 professional cycling season already underway, it’s time to take a look at the kit teams will be wearing this year. We’ve just added Russia’s Team Katusha and will keep adding photos until all the WorldTour teams are included. Take a look and tell us what you think of the latest fashion choices.

Photo Gallery: 2014 WorldTour Team Kits (Updated) Gallery
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Meet the Team

Russia's Team Katusha has its 2014 coming out party.
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Bike Choice

Katusha will ride Canyon bikes in 2014.
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Top dog

Katusha star Joaquim Rodriguez
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Trek Factory Racing

In its first season as title sponsor, Trek will be banking on stars such as Fabian Cancellara to rack up race wins in 2014. Kit by Trek.
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Trek Factory Racing

Will new team kit mean a new outlook for the much-maligned Andy Schleck who is looking to regain the form that made him a perennial grand tour contender?
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Trek Factory Racing

About the new kit, the team explained that as, "One of the youngest teams in the professional peloton, Trek Factory Racing's kit reflects the promise of cycling's future while paying homage to the sport's culture. The asymmetric pinstripe pattern will be carried throughout the team's performance and casual wear."
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Trek Factory Racing

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Trek Factory Racing

The team will also have access to this new aero road helmet from Bontrager.
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Garmin Sharp

The 2014 Team Garmin-Sharp jersey, which includes the iconic World Wildlife Federation panda logo, is made by Castelli and retains the distinctive argyle while getting a new look to the back that will be more visible from helicopter shots.
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Garmin Sharp

This redesigned back panel will be easier to spot during races.
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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

Belgium's top pro team retains a similar look to what it wore in 2014. The kit is made by Vermarc, a Belgian cycling-clothing maker.
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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

OPQS is one of several teams that will be sporting predominantly black kit.
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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

Though his best years are likely behind him, Tom Boonen remains the team's top star.
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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

Boonen's jersey includes world championship and Belgian national title stripes.
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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

Sprinter Mark Cavendish gets a special kit, signifying both his place as current British national champ and a former world champion.
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Omega Pharma-QuickStep

During race's against the clock OPQS rider Tony Martin will sport his world time trial champion's jersey.
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Tinkoff-Saxo

The yellow-clad Tinkoff-Saxo team is gunning for another yellow jersey come July. Kit by Sportful.
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Tinkoff-Saxo

Five-time grand tour winner Alberto Contador has his sights set squarely on another Tour de France title.
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Orica-GreenEDGE

This Australia-based team will be looking to build on its 2013 success when it was the revelation of the Tour de France capturing multiple stage wins and an extended stay in the yellow jersey. Kit by Santini.
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Lotto-Belisol

Belgian's other WorldTour team dramatically switched things up, moving away from white and into a bold red ensemble. Kit by Vermarc.
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Lotto-Belisol

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Giant-Shimano

In its first year as co-title sponsor, Giant opted for an understated black and white look. Kit by Giant.
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Giant Shimano

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Ag2r La Mondiale

Perhaps the most polarizing kit in the pro peloton, Ag2r La Mondiale's white, blue and brown number is a true love-it-or-hate-it proposition. Kit by Descente.
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Movistar

Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana will lead Movistar, whose kit is virtually unchanged from 2013. Kit by Nalini.
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Lampre-Merida

This Italian squad has toned done the pink and added a blue torso. Kit by Champion System.
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FDJ.fr

Not big changes for FDJ.fr this year, save for the addition of a red diamond on the back, which is intended to make it easier to spot from aerial shots.

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