Simon Yates wears £2,750 Vorteq skinsuit to win Giro d’Italia time trial

Simon Yates used a highly-specialised, custom Vorteq skinsuit to take a dramatic win on stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia in Budapest, edging out race leader Mathieu van der Poel and former world champion Tom Dumoulin.

Yates’ skinsuit was branded as Ale, the official clothing partner for BikeExchange-Jayco, but is visibly recognisable as a Vorteq product, while the British brand is also listed as a technical partner of the team. Cyclingnews has also been separately informed that the skinsuit was a Vorteq design.

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