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December 8, 2019
EF-Education First has released its 2020 kit from a mini “alternative calendar” team camp, which saw Alex Howes, Tejay van Garderen, and Logan Owen take on gravel and mountain bike rides outside Bentonville, Arkansas.
The kit is once again designed by clothing sponsor Rapha. Visually, it’s a modification of the same themes the team debuted last year. Lots of pink, lots of loud. The new one has more stripes.
EF is hosting a more traditional road-oriented team camp in California next week, but kicked off its 2020 preparations with this off road camp in a nod to its tilt toward multi-discipline racing. Last year, EF sent riders to races like Dirty Kanza and Leadville, and 2020 will apparently see an increase in the team’s alternative calendar.
Alex Howes shows of EF-Education First’s 2020 kit. Photo: Jordan Clark Haggard
Skipping their way into 2020.Photo: Jordan Clark Haggard
EF isn’t limiting itself to road bikes anymore.Photo: Jordan Clark Haggard
Alex Howes didn’t jump it.Photo: Jordan Clark Haggard