UCI Champions League: a triumph signed Alé
The UCI Track Champions League, which saw Alé sign the liveries of the world's best riders in the track discipline, ended with the Grand Final in London.
After five rounds at Europe's best velodromes, the UCI Track Champions League came to an end in London, with Ellesse Andrews (New Zealand), Katie Archibald (Great Britain), Dylan Bibic (Canada) and Harrie Lavreysen (The Netherlands) winning. All athletes put on another incredible show in front of a sell-out crowd of over 5,500 fans for the second consecutive night inside the iconic Lee Valley VeloPark.
The partnership saw Alé produce 170 bespoke skinsuits for the world's best track cyclists in the five-race series, which began in Mallorca on Saturday 21 October. Cutting-edge textile technology and the highest-performance fabrics were used to produce these garments. The bodysuit is made of Superior Endurance, a highly resistant fabric that guarantees excellent compression and maximum breathability. The sleeves are made of Channel Flow, which reduces air friction and increases aerodynamics, while the shorts are made of Zaffiro, a Lycra Power material that offers high muscle compression and elasticity, as well as being quick-drying and ultra-breathable. The leotards will have unique graphics featuring the national motifs of each of the 28 countries represented by the competing athletes, along with the UCI Track Champions League logo and space for the riders' personal sponsors.