Rapha Team Sky fan gear - Just in

Season Guide, scarf, riding cap and Pro Team kit

As clothing sponsor this year for Team Sky, Rapha is selling a number of pieces around the team, from riding clothing to casual wear to a new Season Guide booklet.

The $10/£5 Season Guide has a two-page spread on each of the major races, with a little history on the race, a map, photos and room for a little collector's sticker. The booklet comes with three race stickers, and additional stickers can be obtained from Rapha staff at races or through clothing orders throughout the year.

The Season Guide is a race passport of sorts

The $25/£15 cycling cap is a straight-forward, one-size-fits-all hat, in black with a Sky blue brim.

The $25/£15 black supporters scarf is a nylon piece with a Sky blue stripe.

The team sky supporter scarf is a nylon piece: the team sky supporter scarf is a nylon piece
The supporters scarf is one of many casual wear Team Sky pieces Rapha is selling this year

Finally, Rapha is selling Team Sky riding kit in three levels: supporter, replica and pro. A supporter jersey goes for $60/£40, while the pro model is $210/£140. The pro Team Sky bib shorts are $260/£170.

Rapha also has Team Sky pieces like a jeans, a Wiggo base layer, button-up shirts, t-shirts, a hoodie, a belt, merino hats, socks and more. Check out Rapha's Team Sky site for more information.

The pro team sky bib shorts: the pro team sky bib shorts
The Team Sky pro bib short features plenty of detail, and a hefty price tag

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