Human Powered Health became the third Women’s WorldTour team in a week to release a kit based on a similar palette of orange, pink / red and purple.
The new kit, which will be worn by both the men’s and women’s teams in 2022, is reasonably similar to both SD-Worx’s new headband, which was unveiled on Tuesday, and the new UAE Team ADQ kit, released on Tuesday. last week.
All three feature orange merging with purple and red. It’s similar to the situation in 2021 when SD Worx, Liv Racing, Canyon-SRAM and the WorldTour leader of the peloton all wore shades of purple.
Fans are hoping there is enough to distinguish the three kits when they are actually seen on the backs of the Women’s WorldTour riders.
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Human Powered Health, formerly known as Rally Cycling, is one of six new teams for the Women’s WorldTour in 2022. Their roster includes Mieke Kröger, the 2019 Lotto Belgium Tour winner, and Kaia Schmid, who is pictured here above, silver medalist in the women’s road race at the World Junior Championships this year.
The men’s team rides at ProTour level and includes former WorldTour riders Joey Rosskopf, Chad Haga and Ben King.
Presentation of the #HumanPoweredHealth for 2022 🔥 pic.twitter.com/NsPIDLbiJY22 December 2021
The jersey retains some of the orange from last year, but it changes to red and then purple on the way down.
Emily Saint-Onge, artistic director of Human Powered Health, said in a press release: “We came up with the idea of a heat map style gradient, it felt more human and personal to us. human we are not perfect and we try not to be too rigid so this has spread in our design and the way the colors and gradients work together.
“We have gone through many iterations and are really happy to share the end result with everyone.”