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UCI announces 2018 pro teams; GreenEdge, BMC reveal new kits: Daily News Digest
BMC Racing Team revealed their 2018 racing kit, made by Assos of Switzerland, featuring the addition of blue panels on the collar and back of the bib short, which highlights the team’s new partner Sophos, a cybersecurity firm that protects more than 100 million users in 150 countries.
— BMC Racing Team (@BMCProTeam) December 11, 2017
The team also announced Swedish sport and fashion company J.Lindeberg as its active and casual clothing sponsor for 2018. J.Lindeberg has been the official clothing supplier for FIS World Ski Championships both in Vail 2015 and St Moritz in 2017, as well the official clothing supplier to both European Masters Golf Tournament in Crans Montana, Switzerland for four years and CIMB golf tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the last three years.
BMC Racing Team General Manager Jim Ochowicz said J.Lindeberg is the perfect fit for the team’s off bike clothing needs.
“We are delighted to welcome J.Lindeberg as BMC Racing Team’s casual clothing partner. It was very important for us to team up with a company that reflects our core values and fits in well with our existing portfolio of luxury partners, so the stylish and high-quality apparel of J.Lindeberg is exactly what we were looking for,” Ochowicz said.