It is to mention some thrilling signings including Fernando Gaviria and promising youngster Iván Romeo at Movistar Team, while Team SD Worx has signed European Champion and number one sprinter Lorena Wiebes for what is arguably one of the most anticipated moves in the women’s peloton.
In triathlon, SRAM’s incredibly deep roster of champions remains unchanged, including Olympic Champions Kristian Blummenfelt and Flora Duffy, as well as the number one athlete in the PTO rankings Ashleigh Gentle, along with the Specialized and Trek Tri Teams.
On the gravel side, SRAM is also excited to partner with Trek Driftless Gravel as well as former WorldTour rider and Paris-Roubaix winner Niki Terpstra.
While supporting top teams like Movistar Team, Canyon//SRAM Racing or L39ion of Los Angeles, Zipp sees some fantastic additions with Team SD Worx, Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team and Austin Aviators, increasing the establishment of Total System Efficiency and tubeless technology to the top level.
TIME expands its presence at the pinnacle of professional cycling with Trek-Segafredo, marking the return of a legendary winner to the men’s WorldTour and the expansion of its pedals to now three women’s WorldTour teams. Trek-Segafredo joins Canyon//SRAM Racing and Team SD Worx in riding TIME, as well as American squads Miami Blazers and Austin Aviators.
Several of Hammerhead’s top professional teams include Canyon//SRAM Racing, L39ion of Los Angeles, Miami Blazers and Austin Aviators.