The Tour de Pologne UCI World Tour continues its partnership with Quest. The sportswear manufacturer will once again be the official producer of the jerseys for all the races organized by Lang Team. Quest and the Tour de Pologne have also created a special collection – available for purchase by fans – exclusively produced to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the race, with a design symbolizing the 80th edition of the race.
“We have been working with Quest since 2013. It is great to know that we can count on their full professionalism and personal commitment to our national race. In addition to the jerseys for all classifications, Quest will also produce jerseys for the amateur races and the Tour de Pologne Junior. The ORLEN Nations Grand Prix kicked off the season a few days ago with the unveiling of the leader’s jersey,” said race director Czesław Lang, adding: “We want to work with the best and Quest is a guarantee of quality“.
Quest is a family business founded by two-time Olympic silver medallist Maja Włoszczowska and her mother Ewa. They have been producing cycling clothing in Jelenia Gora, Lower Silesia, for many years. They have dressed the best athletes in the Tour de Pologne – champions such as Michał Kwiatkowski, Rafał Majka, Pascal Ackermann, Ethan Hayter, Dylan Teuns and others over the years. Quest is also sponsoring the most combative rider classification of the Tour de Pologne Junior, which takes place along part of the Tour de Pologne UCI World Tour route.
Lang Team is looking forward to seeing more riders in Quest jerseys during the 80th edition of the Polish professional race, which takes place from July 29th to August 4th.