The 2024 Vuelta a España leader, overall, mountain, points and best young rider jerseys, along with special jerseys dedicated to three of the most emblematic stages, those of Lisbon, Cuitu Negru and Madrid, were presented this Wednesday at the Museo del Traje in Madrid by Santini Cycling Wear and Unipublic.

The official jerseys of the 79th edition are designed and manufactured entirely in Santini’s Italian facilities with its most technical fabrics. ‘La Roja’ distinguishes the leader of the general classification, the green will be for the best in the points classification; the white jersey for the best young rider; and the polka dot jersey, which will dress the best climber.

Santini’s CEO, Mónica Santini, emphasized that what they are trying to do with the design is to “transfer the atmosphere of Spain” abroad, transmitting “a part of this sport, of the culture, and of the places you can find in Spain”.

In addition to the official jerseys, the Italian firm has created, for collectors, special jerseys for some stages of La Vuelta 24. These sets, designed for enthusiastic fans of the Spanish round, are made up of jersey, bib and accessories in homage to three of the stages.

The first set is dedicated to the inaugural stage of La Vuelta 24 in Lisbon: the 12-kilometer individual time trial, which will test the cyclists at the official start on Saturday, August 17.

It features distinctive symbols of the Portuguese city, such as the checkered pattern and the crow inspired by the flag and coat of arms, the stopwatch that pays homage to the stages against the clock, and the sun, the boat and the sardine that represents the connection with the sea. It also includes the typical cream cakes, the seven hills of Lisbon and the Atlantic wind.

The ascent to Cuitu Negru, classified as special category, represents one of the most challenging of the race due to its slopes of up to 22%.

Dedicated to this climb and to stage 15 of La Vuelta 24, the second design captures the landscape with colors taken from the rocks and mountains to represent the harshness and majesty of this climb.

The final finish line of La Vuelta will be in Madrid, at kilometer 0, located in one of the most emblematic squares of the capital, after an individual time trial of 22 kilometers.

The third jersey is a tribute to the Puerta del Sol, known for being the starting point of the Spanish road network, and the design captures the essence of Madrid at night, with a color palette that evokes the lights of the buildings and signs.