The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 2012 Review of Pro Cycling Jerseys

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 2012 Review of Pro Cycling Jerseys
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Greenedge Cycling Team brings another neon-green jersey to the sport

Each new season gives cycling teams a chance to rework their team kits, and gives all their fans a chance to spend another $90 on a team jersey.  The best jerseys go down in history with their riders, such as Armstrong with U.S. Postal or Merckx’s Molteni; whereas the worst jerseys will make even the most ardent fan cringe.  Fortunately for cycling fan’s eyes, Team Geox/Footon-Servetto is no longer in the business of making horrid team jerseys; however, that does not mean there are not still some truly unsightly jerseys.  From the worst to the best, here is a review of the 2012 UCI ProTour team jerseys.

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