Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is the longest-running professional women’s cycling team in North America, founded in 2004. The team has won eight national championships in the last five years and has been a consistent winner in UCI women’s races, with 33 wins around the globe since 2015.
One of the oldest teams in France, St Michel-Auber93 was founded in 1948 as a cycling club. After becoming one of the most successful amateur teams in the 1980's and early 1990's, the club became a professional team in 1994 and has been a consistent winner in European races.
Founded in 2008, Hitec Products is one of the most established UCI-Teams in the women’s peloton. Based in Norway and feature riders from all over the world, the team has raced to 99 UCI victories over the past 10 seasons, including nine wins in 2019, including the overall at the Tour de Feminin.
One of the most successful professional triathletes in the U.S., an Olympian, Pan American Champ and mom, Sarah Haskins has been racing on Fuji bikes since 2010, with 37 professional victories including five 70.3 Ironmans, three Toyota Cup Championships and seven St. Anthony’s Triathlons, including in 2019.
Stablished in 2012 in Japan, Team UKYO is one of the best road teams in Asia. Since 2015 the team has 37 victories in one-day and stage races, with 2019 wins at the Tour of Korea, Tour of Japan, Tour of Tochigi, Tour of Hokkaido and the International Tour de Banyuwangi Ijen.
MAT-ATOM Deweloper is the most successful women's cycling team in Poland, founded in 2016 by the Olympian Paulina Brzeźna-Bentkowska. Among its victories in 2019 was the Polish National Road Championship, plus a stage win and the points championship at the Tour de Feminin.
Amy Morrison is the top female Enduro rider in the USA, as the 2019 USA Enduro National Champion, Champion of the 2017 North American Enduro Tour, and three time winner of the California Enduro Series. When she is not standing atop podiums, Morrison is also a teacher working on her master’s degree, and is passionate about helping her students get into sports and onto bikes.
Active in the European off-road scene since 2004 Team Fuji Bikes has provided Fuji with valuable feedback on industry-leading technologies that have helped them achieve Cross Country Marathon World Championship victories in 2011 and 2012, and 17 wins in 2019.
The 2019 USA Cycling national champion in the team pursuit, Shane Kline has transitioned from a successful road rider to a track star with eight 2019 victories and whose focus is on representing the U.S. at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
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Joshua’s relationship with cycling grew in his hometown of New York City where he raced in Prospect Park and then moved onto the track at Kissena. A 2018 national champion in the team sprint, he is based at USA Cycling’s Olympic development center in Colorado, training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A two-time Dutch Junior National Triathlon champion representing Fuji in the international triathlon scene, she moved to the Elite level in 2019 and had seven top-10 finishes, including a fourth place at the European Cup final.
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Racing in cross triathlon and long triathlon races Maria is a professional triathlete from in Spain. In 2016 she placed 10th in the Long Distance Triathlon at World Championships and had two triathlon victories in her home country in 2019.
One of the strongest contenders in Global Rallycross, in 2018 Arpin will race at the Americas Rallycross Championship with races scheduled in the USA, Canada and the UK. Steve trains year-round for the racing season. Bikes are an essential part of his personal training and invaluable tools for his crew on race days!
The most successful track rider in Norwegian history, Anita is coming off a 10th-place finish in the scratch race and 15th-place finish in the omnium at the 2019 UCI World Championships in Poland. She has 27 Norwegian national championships to her name, including sweeping all seven disciplines in each of the last two years. She is targeting the omnium at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Josie traded in her lab coat as a metabolic scientist in late 2018 for the world of cycling, and success has come fast. Already, she is a two-time national paracycling champion and in 2019 had four top-10 finishes at the ParaPan Am Games. Equally adept on the road, Josie also won in her category at the Manhattan Beach Grand Prix and UCLA Road Race in 2019.
Bikes: Track Elite
Although she didn’t take up track cycling until mid-life, the Philadelphia native has gone from a novice to a multiple National Champion. She has won five USA Cycling Masters gold medals and nine medals overall since 2016, and she earned silver and bronze medals at the last two World Masters championships.