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"Whether it is the Tourmalet, l'Alpe d'Huez or Col du Galibier. In the shirt of Team Jumbo-Visma I got to climb the most beautiful mountains. Fighting against the high gradients and my legs that actually couldn't anymore. But then I looked over my wheel and I saw my teammates in front of me in the same shirt and I knew we had to do it together."
- Robert Gesink
• Quick-drying and breathable 100% Summerit Polyester
• Lycra sleeve fits seamlessly around your arm
• Silicone gripper
• Fully divisible zipper with camlock closure
• With vertical zip pocket on the side
'To achieve good performance, it is important to have the right materials. Cycling shorts with a good pad are very important for cyclists. Otherwise, you will soon get problems with your buttocks. This can affect your performance. That is why there is a special Team Jumbo-Visma bib short for women. With this, you sit comfortably on your bike.’
- Jip van den Bos
"In the Tour de France there are days when a stage lasts up to five hours. Then it is important that I sit comfortably on my bike. That's why I wear cycling shorts with a chamois in it. Otherwise, you will soon suffer from your buttocks on that hard saddle. And that’s not something you want. I have to feel good to be able to do another sprint at the end. "
- Wout van Aert
"During a tough mountain stage in a big race, I sometimes use fifteen water bottles. That's about seven to eight liters. It's quite a lot, but I really need it when I push myself to the limit. I lose a lot of moisture because I sweat. I have to drink that too. Otherwise it could be at the expense of my performance. "
- Tom Dumoulin
'The battle with my major competitor Tadej Pogacar was exciting. I had tried to escape once before, but Pogacar came back pretty. On the steep final climb I felt that it was my moment or to strike definitively. It was a very tough race, but I am very proud that I can call myself Slovenian cycling champion.'
- Primož Roglič