The WorldTour teams continue to prepare everything for the next season and the presentation of their uniforms is one of the most anticipated moments for the followers of these international cycling squads.

Precisely, this Wednesday, December 13, it was the turn of the Ineos Grenadiers team, which unveiled its new sports clothing through a video that it published on its social networks and that has the Colombian Egan Bernal as one of its protagonists.

“Ineos presents its new ‘kit’ for next season. Ambition, courage and determination are fundamental to achieve these achievements (…) We like to see Egan Bernal again with more strength, he has the mentality of a champion. Only one cyclist like him is capable of showing an improvement like the one he had in a few months after his accident. We have no doubt that he will try to win everything again,” was part of the message that accompanied the presentation clip in which the British riders Tom Pidcock and Geraint Thomas.

Shortly afterwards, the British squad published other photos of the new ‘look’ that its riders will have in the next course of the WorldTour and in these you can see the presence of the orange color, which begins on one of the sides of the sleeve, but which Then it darkens until it reaches black through a gradient.

Although it achieved some victories in the most recent season of international cycling, the Ineos Grenadiers team has had little prominence in the grand tours in recent years.

In fact, since 2021 they have not won the general classification of a race of this type and this marks a warning for them to ‘get their act together’ in 2024 and fight to try to match other renowned teams such as Jumbo-Visma or the UAE Team Emirates.

This cycling team, which has its origins in the United Kingdom, achieved its most recent victory in a grand tour after the 2021 Giro d’Italia, when Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal climbed to the top of the podium by completing the corresponding route with a time record of 86 hours, 17 minutes and 28 seconds.

In that edition, Bernal was accompanied on the podium by the Italian Damiano Caruso and the British Simon Yates.