Sign up for our newsletter


Ineos Grenadiers announce Castelli split and new Bioracer partnership

Will Strickson
20 Jul 2021

After five rather successful years Ineos Grenadiers will swap out their Castelli clothing for Bioracer

You may have heard it leaked by a certain leather-clad Tour winner on a motorbike but now it's official. After five years, three yellow jerseys, three pink jerseys and a monument, Ineos Grenadiers are ending their partnership with clothing brand Castelli.

Having taken the reigns from Rapha back when it was still Team Sky, Castelli saw the team transition into a new era and the brand says, 'Through the collaboration, nearly every product in the Castelli pro range has improved thanks to the team's research and feedback, becoming more aerodynamic, lighter, more protective.

'We've made a TT suit that was so fast it forced the UCI to change the rules. We've made clothing for racing in the cold and we that many pro teams bought for their riders to stay competitive.'

From 2022, Dave Brailsford's men will be kitted out in Bioracer clothing, which currently produces Team DSM's kit and is the official supplier of the Belgian, Dutch and German national teams as well as the Belgian and Dutch triathlon teams.

Shop the Bioracer range at

Ineos's announcement said, 'We're extremely excited about Bioracer's expertise in both speedwear and custom fit, and are looking forward to welcoming the Bioracer family into the team.'

To find out more about Bioracer visit