The Elevate-Webiplex Pro Cycling Team won over 50 races in 2019 and finished the season the top ranked team on the USA Cycling Pro Road Tour. The 2020 season goal was to again take the top spot on the USA Cycling Pro Road Tour as well as be a strong force in the UCI Asia Tour.
The 2020 roster consists of 10 athletes from Canada, Mexico and the USA, all of which are returning athletes to the team. The team also boasts a strong sprint arsenal with veteran Eric Young, Ulises Castillo, Sam Bassetti, Alfredo Rodgriguez, Gavin Hoover and up and coming 19 year old Lucas Bourgoyne. The depth of the team continues with current U23 Canadian Time Trial Champion Adam Roberge and George Simpson who finished 2nd at the 2019 US Pro Time Trial Championships. Wrapping up the tight knit squad are Brian McCulloch and general classification contender Jordan Cheyne who both captain the squad on the road.
Formed in 2005, Team Twenty20 is a women’s professional and junior development cycling team focused on creating a pathway for athletes to the Olympics. The team has since produced 4 Olympic medalists, 17 world champions, and the current roster boasts 5 national champions hailing from the USA, Canada, and Mexico. Directed by 3x Olympic gold medalist, Kristin Armstrong, Twenty20’s unique team model enables experienced and elite riders to perform at their highest potential while offering junior riders a groundbreaking mentor program. The team is on the forefront of esports in cycling with partner Zwift, and works diligently with innovators and leaders in the sport for product advancement.
For ten consecutive years, the team has been awarded the USA Cycling Centers of Excellence Award, which is awarded to select junior and Under-23 development teams that excel in the development of young cyclists into nationally competitive athletes. Developing future champions on the bike and leaders in the community are at the core of Twenty20’s values, with an emphasis to support athletes in obtaining the best education possible for life after cycling.
DC Bank Probaclac Team (CCV4) is a Canadian based road men team. Created 26 years ago by 4 passionate cyclist that wanted to make thing differently, the team’s objective is to give opportunity to young Canadian riders to participate in the maximum number of UCI races in North America.
This is in line with the objective of becoming a reference in development. The athlete calendar combine several national and provincial races allow them to perform well with a concentrated season from April to September. It should be remembered that the organization encourages school retention. The calendar is therefore adjusted to the student athletes’ schedules.
The staff involve in the team is very passionate by this sport and want to help growing this project to the highest level.
The support of well-established brand is crucial to sustain this project, the athlete are very excited to represent Velo saddles for the last 3 years.
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