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Check out Tom Dumoulin in the new Jumbo-Visma kit

Joe Robinson
18 Dec 2019

The Dutch team unveil a new look for 2020 including their new sponsor, Hema

Jumbo-Visma unveiled its new jersey for 2020 giving us our first glimpse of Tom Dumoulin in his new team kit.

The Dutch team revealed its new look via a video on Twitter ahead of its official presentation this Friday, which will take place at the headquarters of new sponsors Hema, a Dutch variety-store. 

The team will stick with its yellow honeycomb-patterned bumblebee look, however, introducing a black stripe across the chest very similar to that of Trek-Segafredo and Israel Start-Up Nation.

Another change will be the introduction of a smart red cuff on the sleeves for new sponsors Hema.

The video also featured new marquee signing Dumoulin in the kit ahead of his official transfer on January 1st. Usually, riders are unable to unveil themselves in their new kit until the turn of the year but it seems an exception has been made for the Dutchman.

He stood alongside new teammates Steven Kruijswijk, Dylan Groenewegen, Primoz Roglic and Wout van Aert.

It was confirmed at the Vuelta a Espana presentation yesterday that Kruijswijk will race the Spanish Grand Tour for General Classification.

The race programmes of Dumoulin, Groenewegen and Roglic are expected to be revealed at the team presentation on Friday.