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CASTELLI 2014 Dubai Tour Leader’s Jersey Unveiled

RCS Sport and Castelli have unveiled the Dubai Tour 2014 leader’s jersey. The four race jerseys, designed by the Italian fashion brand Versace and produced by Castelli, will be worn by the leaders of each race classification.


The individual general time classification leader will wear a blue jersey and the individual general point classification leaders will be dressed in red. The leader of the best young rider classification will get to wear the white jersey, while the special intermediate sprint classification leader will be adorned in the colours of the UAE – a jersey with white, red, green and black on it.


The four-day event, which is the opening race of the UCI’s Asia Tour and starts on February 5, will bring some of cycling’s biggest stars, including Team Garmin-Sharp’s sprinter and classics-rider Tyler Farrar, the reigning UCI Road World Champion Rui Costa, the record-breaking British sprinter Mark Cavendish, the 2013 UCI World Tour ranking topper Joaquin Rodriguez and the Swiss power-house Fabian Cancellara.

The race is expected to be broadcasted across more than 120 countries with riders from 16 teams battling across four stages and 417.9 kilometres for the leaders jersey’s.

Stage 1 – 5th February 2014: World Trade Center-World Trade Center
Stage 2 – 6th February 2014: Dubai-Palm Jumeirah
Stage 3 – 7th February 2014: Dubai-Hatta
Stage 4 – 8th February 2014: Dubai-Burj Khalifa

For more information: dubaitour.com

About Castelli
Castelli apparel has always represented the finest in Italian quality and innovation for cyclists seeking maximum performance. With roots that trace back to 1876, Castelli has a long history of cycling-industry firsts, including the first Lycra racing shorts, the first colored shorts, the first sublimation-printed jerseys, the first windproof membranes, the first anatomic seatpad, the lightest jersey ever produced, and the most aerodynamic jersey ever produced.


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