Kwantum to Lotto

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It's quite remarkable in this day and age that the team that started out in 1984 as the Kwantum Hallen team is still going to this very day as the Lotto/Jumbo team. The infographic below has been donated to the site by Prendas Ciclismo - so big thanks to them!

 

On this page I will gather all the jerseys that I have in my collection that form part of the history of this long-running cycling team.

Rouleur magazine have also expertly written an article on the journey of this long-running Dutch pro team.

Kwantum 
Hallen/Decosol/Yoko JerseyKwantum Hallen/Decosol/Yoko Jersey
What links this 1980`s team jersey with the 2013 Belkin Pro Cycling Team? Find out!
Belkin Gore WS 
2013 JerseyBelkin Gore WS 2013 Jersey
This high performance GORE Windstopper jersey was made for Maarten Tjallingii for when foul weather makes their life tough on the bike in the Spring Classics.
Belkin 2014 Team 
JerseyBelkin 2014 Team Jersey
This stunning aero jersey from Santini is identical to the ones you will see the pro riders wearing during the 2014 season!
Buckler/Suntour/Colnago JerseyBuckler/Suntour/Colnago Jersey
1993 was the last year Buckler (a low alcohol lager) was the lead sponsor with Britian`s Dave Rayner a rare GB representive.
Wordperfect/Suntour/Colnago JerseyWordperfect/Suntour/Colnago Jersey
Wordperfect took over as lead sponsor in 1993 featuring the delightful multicoloured floppy disks on the design!
Lotto/Jumbo 2015 
Team JerseyLotto/Jumbo 2015 Team Jersey
The Lotto Jumbo jersey is a team original/aero version from Santini that is the same technical specification that the pro riders wear in 2015.
Novell/Colnago/Decca JerseyNovell/Colnago/Decca Jersey
Taking over from Wordperfect, the Novell team jersey by Decca from the 1995 season looks pretty safe (some would say dull) in comparison.
Super Confex 
1988 Retro JerseySuper Confex 1988 Retro Jersey
An iconic Super Confex/Yoko/Colnago retro team jersey from the 1988 season made in Belgium by Decca.

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