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Re: Men's Kits 2019
« Reply #60 on: January 13, 2019, 14:00 »
The back should have the rider's name on it.
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #61 on: January 13, 2019, 15:22 »
    The back should have the rider's name on it.
    Didn't we have this discussion in another thread at some time? :slow

    I thought this topic came up before. Didn't one team try to implement this recently? Garmin or Sky, maybe?

    Or did the UCI stand in the way?

    I can't remember at the moment. I'll look into it this afternoon if I have time.
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #62 on: January 13, 2019, 15:34 »
    Didn't we have this discussion in another thread at some time? :slow

    I thought this topic came up before. Didn't one team try to implement this recently? Garmin or Sky, maybe?

    Or did the UCI stand in the way?


    I can't remember at the moment. I'll look into it this afternoon if I have time.


    Wasn't it IAM?
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #63 on: January 13, 2019, 16:42 »

    Wasn't it IAM?
    I believe you're correct!  Hence their name, etc.   :)
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #64 on: January 13, 2019, 18:06 »
    UCI referred to some rule about parts of the jersey are allowed to have sponsor names/logos and nothing else: names are permissible but only in some places (and maybe type sizes). 

    One day they will go spectator friendly, and have either clearly visible names or season-long numbers (within each team: no reason why race organisers cannot continue to allocate race numbers for their own administrative purposes, but we don't need them to be obvious).    And maybe they will get around to placing the transponder chips in shirts or helmets rather than on bikes that are often swapped.

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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #65 on: January 13, 2019, 20:49 »
    The transponder can be placed around the leg (that's the way they do it in XC skiing). Cyclists don't swap legs.
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #66 on: January 13, 2019, 21:13 »
    The transponder can be placed around the leg

    Something subtle.   :P


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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #67 on: January 13, 2019, 21:51 »
    Nobody remember MTN trying this? Don't think it was allowed either or was it?

    http://www.thebikecomesfirst.com/personalised-race-jerseys-for-all-mtn-qhubeka-riders-matt-brammeier-to-wear-i/
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #68 on: January 14, 2019, 11:51 »
    Nobody remember MTN trying this? Don't think it was allowed either or was it?

    http://www.thebikecomesfirst.com/personalised-race-jerseys-for-all-mtn-qhubeka-riders-matt-brammeier-to-wear-i/
    Nope, not allowed either.

    IAM wanted to have the name incorporated into the sponsor logo - UCI said no.
    MTN wanted to have different letters for each rider instead of the big Qhubeka Q - UCI said no.

    Essentially, you're only allowed to put the riders' name (or Twitter handle, or whatever) on the sleeves, side panels, or in certain areas of the back, and only in a small font that is practically invisible in race conditions. Several teams do this already, and all it does is simplify the sorting of laundry, really.

    And then there are instances of riders borrowing other riders' kit, making a complete mess of it: :lol
    Anecdotally, Dan Craven was doing the 2016 Sibiu Tour prologue (and mountain TT) in Guillaume Boivin's skinsuit after tearing his own in a crash at the Tour de Beauce.
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #69 on: January 14, 2019, 14:29 »
    Nope, not allowed either.

    IAM wanted to have the name incorporated into the sponsor logo - UCI said no.
    MTN wanted to have different letters for each rider instead of the big Qhubeka Q - UCI said no.

    Essentially, you're only allowed to put the riders' name (or Twitter handle, or whatever) on the sleeves, side panels, or in certain areas of the back, and only in a small font that is practically invisible in race conditions. Several teams do this already, and all it does is simplify the sorting of laundry, really.

    And then there are instances of riders borrowing other riders' kit, making a complete mess of it: :lol
    Anecdotally, Dan Craven was doing the 2016 Sibiu Tour prologue (and mountain TT) in Guillaume Boivin's skinsuit after tearing his own in a crash at the Tour de Beauce.

    That'd confuse Kirby.
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #70 on: January 25, 2019, 08:55 »
    #neri Neri Sottoli Selle Italia KTM


    Somewhere on the scale between 'just dull' and 'poorly designed'.
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    Re: Men's Kits 2019
    « Reply #71 on: January 25, 2019, 15:48 »
    Visco is the reason Bongio was signed by Neri Sottoli. This picture makes me very happy :)
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