I've used this before for various jersey designs I've done. Most are based on the 2009 Pro Cycling Manager templates, which are half the resolution of the 2013 standard. However, they all work fine on the previewer and, I assume, the actual game.
Here's a summary.
Team Roaring Mouse
Of the designs shown here, this is the only one which was printed. The first of the listed designs was the one which got produced. I had one, but the ultralight Louis Garneau fabric didn't stand up to safety pins, and it developed shreds which make it virtually unwearable now. Later another, related design was done for the WeightWeenies forum, produced by Jakroo, and I really like that one.
Low-Key Hillclimbs, version 1
I had done this earlier version of a Low-Key Hillclimbs jersey. I was pleased with it in some ways, but the bright colors and Comic Sans Serif font make for something which I don't think works as well for a jersey people might not have wanted to wear. I'm much happier with the latest design. The theme was an impossibly steep green hill with a blue sky and a yellow cyclist boldly riding the hill, unconcerned about the vertical grades which follow.
Low-Key Hillclimbs, version 2
This is the design I described last time. I went for darker colors, darkening the green and blue, then introducing a considerable black area between, representing the asphalt of the road. I made the cyclist on the front more subtle to avoid emphasizing curves on the front of the body. I also got rid of the Comic Sans Serif font (a friend once tweeted "Never use Comic Sans"). This is the first design I've done with resolution to the 2013 standard.
The last few of these were added after the original blog post. This stuff is addictive. It's a good thing I've not tried the game.
Here's a design I quickly did using some graphics from Synopsys. I liked the purple Earth pattern so wanted to see how it would look on a jersey. I've iterated this more than I'd like to admit to myself since I originally posted it here, but I like the design now. Of course this design is not endorsed by the company: it's just me experimenting with company logos. Initially the background graphics were more prominent but I tempered them by adding solid side-panels and reducing the contrast where the graphics remain.
Viewing the jerseys in 3D
I'll repeat from last time the steps to view these jerseys with the PCM "shirt previewer":