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Groupama-FDJ have revamped their search for 2023, revealing a brand new 2023 package that dials down the standard white pink and blue scheme.
It was 2014 when the French WorldTour workforce final wore a package that wasn’t predominantly white. However whereas that design was royal blue, and one thing of a one-off, the 2023 design goes largely in direction of navy.
The jersey, made by Italian model Ale and brought from its top-line PR-S assortment, includes a navy base with brighter blue panelling.
There’s a strip of blue throughout the chest that homes the FDJ brand, whereas the left shoulder and sleeve are additionally blue, as is the trim on the proper sleeve and a small panel on the backside proper of the jersey.
It is all balanced out by a strip of white and pink working vertically up the zip line. The sponsors and their logos stand out in white with flashes of pink in a continuation of the previous color scheme.
The Groupama-FDJ package was unveiled by Ale alongside a brand new – however largely comparable – Bahrain Victorious package. The corporate additionally provides BikeExchange-Jayco however their package and identification are nonetheless beneath wraps for 2023.
“It’s with nice satisfaction that we announce the renewal of the partnership with these necessary groups, which this 12 months have taken the Alé jerseys on high of the rostrum for over 40 instances, together with stage victories, classics and Grand Excursions,” stated Alessia Piccolo, CEO of Alé’s guardian firm, APG.
“I want each groups a beautiful 2023 season. I am positive they’ll give us even higher satisfaction.”
The Groupama-FDJ package was unveiled by Ale alongside a brand new – however largely comparable ibaut Pinot, and Arnaud Démare will as soon as once more assume management obligations for the French workforce in 2023.
Groupama-FDJ had been the third workforce to disclose their 2023 kits after UAE Staff Emirates and Trek-Segafredo each confirmed off variations on their very own themes.
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