News – Raleigh GAC’s New Kit


Team Raleigh GAC has new kit for 2016 which has been thoroughly tested on the track and in cyclo-cross

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News – Raleigh GAC’s New Kit

MorganPrimal has revealed the 2016 Team Raleigh GAC cycling clothing and it has already been hailed a success by reigning Madison World Track Champion and Team Raleigh GAC professional, Morgan Kneisky.

Kneisky raced in the Primal Elite QX5 shorts and jersey at the Rotterdam Six Day track event last week where he and his partner, Christian Grasmann took 2nd place overall, just behind new Team Raleigh GAC signing Sebastian Mora.

Kneisky is delighted with the kit performance he said: “I had perfect week with my World Champion Primal clothing – for me, the quality of their cycling clothing is of the highest caliber. All the clothes are light, really comfortable and aero which is all really important for performance.”

Team Raleigh GAC will wear Primal’s Elite QX5 cycling clothing, which is part of its Custom Range, throughout the 2016 season. The team is the first in the world to test the QX5 in the men’s professional peloton, and the riders have been instrumental in its product development. Through their feedback, Primal have implemented longer sleeves with a structured fit making the high-end race clothing more aerodynamic.

Kneisky will continue to race in the World Champion rainbow bands until the World Track Championships in London, in March where he will look to retain his title. However on the road he, like all other Raleigh GAC team riders, will wear the team’s iconic red, yellow, black and white colours for the up-coming season.


The traditional team colours have also been in action on the cyclo-cross scene with Matthieu Boulo and Steven Roach using the racing as ideal preparation for the up-coming road season.

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