Devinci Global Racing Announces 2021 Roster & Sponsors

Feb 3, 2021
by Cycles Devinci  

PRESS RELEASE: Devinci Global Racing

Devinci Global Racing launches into 2021 with three riders and a schedule centered around the EWS and Crankworx series. Riders Greg Callahan, Keegan Wright and Georgia Astle return to the team, ready for whatever this season can throw their way. Hailing from Ireland, New Zealand and Canada, respectively, the trio do a good job of living up to the Global name.

As serious World Cup race fans may have suspected, Devinci will not be fielding a World Cup DH team for 2021. We are sad to share the news, as dedicated World Cup fans ourselves, but this year we are concentrating our efforts on the EWS and Crankworx, the two other global race series. This renewed focus lets us continue to develop products at the highest level. It also lets our athletes compete in the events they are passionate about.

Speaking of athletes, we are proud to have a roster of returning athletes for 2021. Irish enduro specialist Greg Callaghan is back for a second season and will be pushing for podiums at all EWS and Europe enduro events. The Kiwi animal, Keegan Wright, starts his fourth season on Devinci. He will be a threat at EWS races and will use his bike handling wizardry to try bagging a couple wins at the Crankworx dual slalom and pumptrack events. Last but not least, Whistler’s very own Georgia Astle will race the entire Crankworx series along with select North American EWS events.

Familiar name, new look, Devinci Global Racing welcomes Leatt as a new partner from head to toe. Riders will be rocking shoes, helmets, kit, and goggles from the South African brand known for its industry-leading safety gear and innovative products.

bigquotesOur partnership with the Devinci Global Racing has come at the perfect time. We were looking for a strong representation of our new 2021 enduro products and a team of riders that could really understand the brand and what our products stand for - the Science of Thrill. Leatt is moving in a very positive direction and this partnership is another step forward. I believe it is the beginning of a long cooperation and the start of an incredible team together with Devinci. Greg, Keegan and Georgia are all such great people and athletes - they fit into the Leatt Family perfectly. Straight away there was a great vibe between us all and the team is buzzing for a great 2021 season.Kris Kurowski, Leatt Bike Marketing Manager

The team’s race rigs continue to sport the best of the best from Fox suspension, Race Face and Maxxis, with HT pedals, Cush Core inserts, eThirteen guides, RRP mudguards, and SDG saddles rounding out the dream build. The team also welcomes 2 legendary component manufacturers as new partners: Chris King with the most durable headsets and ODI with their iconic grips.

Maxima Racing Oils, Normatec by Hyperice, BackCountry Research Straps, Thule and GoPro wrap up the list of partners for DGR’s journey through 2021.


  • 71 2
 I'm still hoping devinci release a Wilson Steve Smith ltd edition frame
  • 42 0
 they have one, its just too fast for the general public.
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 great idea
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 @racecase: Best response!
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 @cyclesdevinci I'd love to ride a #Chainsaw edition DH bike!
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my old Spartan
  • 17 0
 I like big bikes and I can not lie
  • 10 5
 No DH no interest!
  • 11 0
 It's a real shame they dropped their downhill team, it seemed like the Wilson was going to be competitive. At least they still have this team.
  • 12 1
 Hopefully they take the keys to the van off Keegan when they have post race beers
  • 5 1
 Underrated comment. Guy get’s blackout and drives his car down the wrong side of the road and doesn’t even get a slap on the wrist.
  • 2 2
 He's set the legal precedent so that we can be 4 times the limit and on the wrong side of the road and only get a 28 day ban. Top bloke
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 Makes you wonder if they got the data necessary to update the Wilson so they dumped the team for atleast one year to finish up the final design and get production runs going so they can be ready to be the frame sponsor for a team come 2022 and or maybe a factory team. Devinci becoming the Michael Jordan of DH out here. They in, then out, then in, then out.
  • 7 1
 They could be the MJ of downhill if they can design a bike that is literally too angry to lose.

*Absolutely nothing*
Devinci: "At that point it became personal to us"
  • 4 1
 Seems like UCI WC only has a handful of races and Devinci didnt have a home race this year with no Mont Sainte-Anne. Wise choice there is 15 EWS races with 5 tracks per race and Crankworx.
  • 4 0
 Nice! Best of luck in the 2021 season!
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 Keegan and Georgia gonna kill it this year.
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 Not sure how I feel about a drunk driver who was 4 times over the legal limit being a sponsored role model to kids ...
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 New EWS partners, old EWS bike... Where’s that new Spartan guys?
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 Maybe this fall? I think devinci works on a four year cycle. New spartan was released in 2018, so maybe new spartan for 2022?? We will see..
  • 1 0
 Sick team. Can't wait for the new dh rig!
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 Shred it Keg!! Such a sick rider!
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