Unveils 2011 Pro Cycling Team Kit


13-rider U.S.-based UCI Continental squad will race in cutting-edge, orange and white Louis Garneau kits

PARK CITY, UTAH — Less than a month away from their training camp in Georgia, the Professional Cycling Team today reveals their official 2011 Louis Garneau racing kits.

Studying how wind resistance specific to a cyclist’s position plays into performance, Louis Garneau re-engineered their Custom Mondo Jersey worn by the Pro Cycling Team kit by incorporating superior design and technology. The use of Speed Tech in the shoulder panels helps reduce frontal pressure and cut wind resistance, while seam placement and panels have been engineered with precision to offer a streamlined impenetrable fit. An underarm cooling zone of PowerMesh enhances comfort required so Team riders remain competitively focused. Pro Cycling Team riders will be wearing the Louis Garneau Lazer Cut Bib. Engineered with a laser-cut, seamless Aero Lazer band which provides a second skin feel, the bib has been designed based on biomechanical studies of the cyclist’s body and needs for comfort and performance. The 4Motion Chamois’s innovative design combines 3-D pre-shaped wings and deep split at the back bridged by multi-directional motion and amazing comfort. Multi-thickness perforated high-density foam maintains shape while offering moisture vaporization.

“Louis Garneau has done an awesome job specifically incorporating top-of-the-line technology and design into the Team kit, dedicating considerable research and resources to ensure apparel worthy of an elite racing team,” said Dustin Robertson,’s Chief Marketing Officer. “And our designers have definitely created a signature look that will stand out in the peloton, and hopefully, on the podium.”

The Team will debut the kit at training camp early next month in Dahlonega, Ga. Team captain, Francisco “Paco” Mancebo Pérez, and directeur sportif, Gord Fraser, will lead the Pro Cycling Team in their first race of the season, the Redlands Bicycle Classic, March 31- April 3.

About the author: Thien Dinh

Thien Dinh gained most his cycling knowledge the old fashioned way, by immersing himself in the sport. From 2007 to early 2013, Thien served as RoadBikeReview Site Manager, riding daily while putting various cycling products through its paces. A native of California, Thien also enjoys tinkering with photography and discovering new music.

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