New in our webshop: casual T-shirt Sepp Kuss
New in our webshop: the casual T-shirt of Sepp Kuss. Developed and designed with...
The Giro d'Italia has started, the temperatures are rising and the sun is shining. That can only mean one thing: the summer is coming! And with these webshop items, the summer temperatures are no problem at all.
With our aero jersey and hand-painted cycling glasses with Italian design you'll look good during your bike ride. The short sleeve base layer and cooling vest will keep you cool.
Pre-order now the limited edition AGU Goggles Verve HDII in the colors of Italy:
The Italian version of the official Team Jumbo-Visma racing glasses. The Verve glasses have been developed exclusively for professional use by Team Jumbo-Visma. With an innovative interchangeable frame, which offers each rider the option between full-frame wear or use without a frame around the lens. In addition, the Verve features 2nd generation anti-fog technology and hydrophobic HD lenses, which offer a significant improvement in field of view and color contrast. The details are hand-painted in the colors of Eduardo's home country, Italy.
The official Team Jumbo-Visma Aero jersey. This is the fastest jersey possible, it utilizes wind tunnel-proven aerodynamics technology. The fabrics contain active cooling properties, so no energy goes to waste while riding hard on hot days.
Perfect temperature control starts with layers. And layers start with this seamless shirt, which keeps you warm and dry, both in summer and winter. In addition, the Polygiene stay fresh treatment neutralizes odors and sweat because it stops the growth of bacteria before they spread a bad smell. Polygiene is based on naturally recycled silver salt and meets the most environmentally friendly requirements for textiles.
‘In the heat of battle and in the heat of the weather, it is important to cool properly. This is the only way I get the optimal result!’
- Wout van Aert
This Bodycool Xtreme from Team Jumbo-Visma is developed to fit tight around your body and give the ultimate cooling effect.
'In order to make a difference in the final of an important match, everything has to be right. Your shoes must be tight enough and you must have enough energy in your body to squeeze out another sprint. You must have your bike in the right gear and the socks you are wearing must fit perfectly around your feet. Only then can you excel.'
- Rohan Dennis
"These are the toughest roads to cycle on: the cobbled sections in Belgium. Your whole body vibrates on the bike. In the meantime, your legs have to keep doing the work undisturbed and you also need your strength in your hands and arms to hold the steering wheel firmly. At times like this you have to be willing to be in pain, although good cycling gloves certainly help."
- Mike Teunissen
"During a long stage I sometimes spend up to five hours on the bike. As a kind of machine I let my legs do the work, they just keep grinding. That is only possible if I sit comfortably on my bike. Cycling shorts with a good pad are therefore very important. The chamois allows me to sit comfortably on my saddle and let my legs do the work."
- Tom Dumoulin
Take your bottle, book and other stuff with you in the official Team Jumbo-Visma musette.
"At Team Jumbo-Visma everyone is equal and equally important. The riders need the staff and vice versa. A rider is nowhere without a good mechanic. And the strength of the riders determines whether the tactic of the sports director is successful. Uniformity is part of that. As a team we are a unit that wants to win together. "
- Richard Plugge
'During my training sessions, it is important to drink well. Therefore, this large water bottle is ideal to use during long efforts.'
- Marianne Vos
Primož Roglič is probably one of the most intriguing figures in the road cycling world.
Partially because he joined the peloton relatively late, not owning a bike until in his twenties, so expert commentators could not follow his development from earlier years; partially because he is not of the most talkative nature. Rather, he lets his legs do the talking. Therefore, it is a privilege to finally get a chance to peek into the universe of this unusual cycling star, through a wittily written story from the pen of his life partner, Lora Klinc.
Kilometer Zero takes us back to Vuelta a España of 2019, where Primož achieved his first Grand Tour victory. The book is written in three parts, all incredibly well interweaved. On one hand it serves nearly as an introduction to cycling, explaining the written and unwritten rules of this sport, where it seems you are free as a bird, but you are much more part of a team than in many “proper” team sports. On the other it takes us on an emotional roller-coaster ride, through moments of pain, suffering, sadness, loneliness, yet incredible gratefulness, happiness and most of all, love. All following the twenty-one stages and two rest days of La Vuelta.
It is a story about the man who stole the hearts of the cycling world, written by the woman, who stole his. A true writer, whose thoughts are deposited on paper with such captivating emotion and touch, that you will not be able to put the book down. And you will not want it to end.
"I always get a good feeling with this cap. Why? Because this cap is specially made for stage ceremonies. During the Tour de France of 2020 I got to put it on multiple times. You have the cap in two variants: with a round and straight cap. I don't really have a preference. The most important thing is that I get to put on that cap, that means I have won."
- Wout van Aert
"A team consists of more than one person or one selection, but is about the whole. Whether you are a leader or a domestique, a soigneur or a mechanic, work in the office or are present at the race. Everyone contributes to the success of Team Jumbo-Visma. At our team, we win together." #winningtogether
- Merijn Zeeman (Sportive Director)
Material: 100 % organic cotton
Team Jumbo-Visma 2022
‘A lot has changed over the years in my cycling life. I trained hard to win the Giro d'Italia and become world time trial champion. But one thing has always remained the same: the love for cycling. I think it is important to pass on my passion to a new generation of Dutch cyclists. Hopefully one of them will be my successor as the winner of the Giro.’
- Tom Dumoulin