The Complete Guide to the 2020 World Cup XC Teams

Feb 25, 2020
by Ed Spratt  



2020 marks a big year for XC racing as the world's best riders will be gathering for a chance at glory in the Tokyo Olympics. With the World Cup starting at the end of May in Nove Mesto, we're looking forward to seeing who is coming into the season in Olympic medal form. Here, we take a closer look at some of the top Elite teams from last year and any that have seen some big changes in the offseason team shuffle.





Absolute - Absalon - BMC
Mathias Azzaro, Titouan Carod, Filippo Colombo, Jordan Sarou

There are two big additions to the Absolute Absalon team in Titouan Carod and Filipo Colombo who come in to replace Thomas Bonnet and Axel Zingle. Carod makes the move over from BMC having proved himself a podium regular in the past two seasons. Colombo makes the move up to elites this year after finishing second overall in U23s last year and picking up three wins.
Jordan Sarrou played with the pack and made a move late in the mix for third.



Alpecin - Fenix
Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado, Ronja Eibl, Petter Fagerhaug, Sam Gaze, Loris Rouiller, Mathieu Van der Poel

Corendon Circus has rebranded but there are a lot of familiar faces here. All eyes will be on Van Der Poel in the run-up to the Olympics but don't overlook his new teammate, Sam Gaze, who joins from Specialized. Gaze is also a previous World Cup winner who will be looking to re-ignite his results alongside the Dutch superstar.
Mathieu Van Der Poel lead Nino Schurter out in the last lap and stayed there.



Cannondale Factory Racing
Henrique Avancini, Manuel Fumic, Maxime Marotte

Cannondale ended the year as the top-ranked men's team last year as its trio of riders all delivered strong results throughout the year. They remain unchanged in 2020 and will be hoping for more of the same amid some stiff competition.
Maxime Marotte and Henrique Avancini teamed up in the final lap to guarantee second and third.



CS Carabinieri - Cicle Olympia Vittoria
Daniele Braidot, Luca Braidot, Filippo Fontana, Nicholas Pettina'

2020 sees no change for the CS Carabinieri that features the strong Italian riders Daniele and Luca Braidot. The pair got plenty of top 20 results last year and they will be looking for more this season. We could even see one of the Braidot's take their first Elite XC World Cup win.
Fifth place for Luca Braidot. Hell of a day for the Italian on home soil.



CST PostNL Bafang MTB Racing Team
Yana Belomoina, Martins Blums, Sebastian Fini Carstensen, David Nordemann, Mariske Strauss, Anne Tauber

Bart Brentjen's World Cup outfit also had a rebrand this year thanks to a takeover in the Dutch postal service. The team itself remains largely unchanged apart from Mariske Strauss who will be hoping to put her stamp on the team. Anne Tauber and Yana Belomoina both delivered multiple podiums last year and will be looking for more of the same in 2020.
Yana just needed to ride consistently today but she did one beter than consistent.



Ghost Factory Racing
Barbara Benko, Caroline Bohe, Sina Frei, Lisa Pasteiner, Anne Terpstra

Ghost's squad of five women stays the same for 2020 with the biggest change being Sina Frei officially moving up to elites. Frei raced as an elite in 2019 despite being eligible for U23 and earned three podiums as well as being crowned U23 World Champion. She will be one to watch as she continues to grow in strength and could be a wild card for Olympic glory too.
Sina Frei took a commanding win.



Giant Factory Off-Road Team
Reto Indergand, Cole Paton, Antoine Philipp, Cameron Wright

Reto Indergand is the big signing for Giant this offseason as he comes on board from BMC to Join Cole Paton and Cameron Wright. He is no stranger to the top 10 at World Cups and will be a strong addition to bolster Giant's ranks. Antoine Philipp also comes on board as a U23 rider.
Cam Wright took a commanding win for the Junior men. He will be one to watch in the future.



KMC - Orbea
Malene Degn, Victor Koretzky, Annie Last, Thomas Litscher, Milan Vader

Helene Clauzel's departure is the main change for KMC Orbea but otherwise, the team remains the same for 2020. Every rider on the team picked up at least one top ten last year with Degn, Koretzky and Last all appearing on the box at least once.
Annie Last began working her way up early and secured third by the time it was all over. This was her best result this year after some inconsistencies.



Lexware Mountainbike Team
Max Brandl, Georg Egger, Luca Schawrzbauer

The Lexware team sees all three of their riders now racing in Elites with Max Brandl's move up to the big leagues. The team began in 2017 with the hope to get at least one German rider entered into the Olympics in 2020. With some good performances from all three riders, we could be looking at a strong German presence at the Summer Games.
Brandl down the rock garden into third.



Liv Racing
Kaysee Armstrong, Savilia Blunk, Sandra Walter

For 2020, U23 rider Savilia Blunk joins Sandra Walter and Kaysee Armstrong onboard the Liv Racing team.
Sandra Walter took the lead early on...



MMR Factory Racing Team
Nadir Colledani, Maritexell Figueras Garangou, Lucia Gomez Andreu, Lucia Macho Jiiminez, Juan Luis Perez Rodriguez, David Valero Serrano

The Spanish MMR team has made a huge expansion for 2020, going from three riders to six. Nadir Colledani is the big scoop here as he moves over after the Bianchi team closed its doors. The former U23 overall winner broke into the top ten at Snowshoe and will be keen to show he has plenty more to come as part of this new team.
Serrano wasn t the man giving Nino the run for his money today but he had another strong ride.



Moebel Maerki MTB Pro Team
Irina Kalentyeva, Nicole Koller, Karl Markt, Gregor Raggl, Matthias Stirnemann

The Moebel Maerki stays mostly the same for 2020 except for the absence of Fabienne Schaus. The team picked up some good results last season and all the riders will be wanting more with the Tokyo Games only months away.
Irina Kalentyeva took fifth today.



Norco Factory Team XC
Haley Smith, Peter Disera, Quinton Disera, Sean Fincham, Gwendalyn Gibson, Jennifer Jackson, Andrew L'Esperance, Carter Woods

The all North American Norco Factory XC team picks up two young racers in Carter Woods and Gwendalyn Gibson for 2020. Haley Smith will continue to lead the charge for the Canadian team and will be looking to build on her podium in Nove Mesto.
Haley Smith warms up in a bit of morning sun.



Primaflor Mondraker XSauce
David Arroyo Duran, Francesc Barber Arguimbau, David Domingo Campos Motos, Jose Marquez Granados, Daniel McConnell, Rebecca McConnell, Sara Mendez Berlanga, Githa Michiels, Anton Sinstov

There have been big changes at Primaflor Mondraker XSauce this year with the team expanding its roster to nine riders. Joining the team this year are Sara Mendez Berlanga, Jose Marquez Granados, Francesc Barber Arguimbau and David Arroyo Duran. While adding four more Spanish riders to the team, Primaflor Mondraker XSauce did lose both Pablo Rodriquez Guede and Maria Rodriguez Navarrete.
Rebecca Mcconnell had a great race today. She kept a good pace in her first laps before making her way up all to second.



Scott - SRAM MTB Racing
Kate Courtney, Lars Forster, Andri Frishknecht, Nino Schurter

The formidable Scott SRAM team will continue its four-pronged attack on the World Cups next year. Nino Schurter did the double last year while Kate Courtney won the women's overall meaning this is the team to beat this year. Their coffee came out on top in our scientific test last year too!
Schurter in the thick of it with the usual rivals.



Scott Creuse Oxygene Gueret
Maxime Loret, Isaure Medde, David Menut, Olivia Onesti, Alex Riboulet, Jens Schuermans, Lucie Urruty

There are some big changes for the Scott Creuse Oxygene Gueret team in 2020 with the departure of four riders for the upcoming season. Pierre Chabaud, Brice Dujardin, Raphael Gay and Hugo Peyroux have all left the team while 17-year-old Olivia Onesti joins the team.
Jens Schuermans came out of nowhere at the very end to sneak into the top three.



Specialized Racing
Simon Andreassen, Hayley Batten, Christopher Blevins, Howard Grotts, Alan Hatherly, Annika Langvad

With Sam Gaze moving to Alpecin - Fenix, Specialized have brought in Hayley Batten to shore up their team. The rest of the team has remained unchanged as we head into an Olympic year.
Sea Otter Classic 2018 XC Annika Langvad



Team Trek - Pirelli
Simone Avondetto, Michele Casagrande, Vlad Dascalu, Gioele De Cosmo, Samuele Porro, Fabian Rabensteiner

Vlad Dascalu was incredible while racing as a U23 rider in the XC World Cups last year. For 2020 he is off the Brujula Bike Racing team and joins the brand new Trek Pirelli XC team. The Romanian rider will be racing alongside five other riders on the team.
Vlad Dascalu cemented his lead by the third lap. He was almost a full minute up from the rest of the field.



Thomus RN Swiss Bike Team
Vital Albin, Alexandre Balmer, Mathias Flueckiger, Alessandra Keller, Ursin Spescha, Kathrin Stirnemann

The Thomus RN Swiss Bike Team is another group of riders that remains mostly the same as 2019 with the only change being the inclusion of the young Swiss rider Alexandre Balmer. With Alessandra Keller looking to be recovered from her injuries sustained last year and Mathias Flueckiger wanting to build on a successful season, we could be seeing plenty of Swiss riders topping the podiums in 2020.
A well earned victory for Mathias Flueckiger.



Trek Factory Racing XC
Emily Batty, Anton Cooper, Jolanda Neff, Evie Richards, Stephane Tempier

The Trek Factory team adds Stephane Tempier to their strong lineup of riders for 2020. With Evie Richard's move into Elite racing, their roster of female Elite riders becomes even stronger.
It s been a long road back from injury for Evie Richards but today it all came together.



Here are all the other registered UCI MTB teams that will have riders on the start line throughout the World Cup season:

BH - Wallonie Team
Sabastien Carabin, Pierre de Froidmont, Emeline Detilleux, Clement Horny, Arne Janssens
BH - Templos Cafes UCC
Carlos Coloma Nicolas, Rocio del Alba Garcia Martinez, Pable Rodriguez Guede

Bike Team Solothurn
Nick Burki, Elia Nascarella, Luke Wiedmann
Birk Sport Racing
Odd Berg, Lars Granberg

Caloi Team
Ulan Bastos Galinski, Pedro Lage E Silva, Marcela Lima Braga Matos
Cannondale Brasil Racing
Yuri Bogner Gouvea Pereira, Edson Gilmar De Rezende Junior, Guilherme Gotardelo Muller

Canyon Collective Factory Team
Pauline Ferrand Prevot

CST 7R MTB Team
Dariusz Bartek, Michal Ficek, Lukasz Helizanowicz, Oliwier Machura, Karol Rozek, Michalina Ziolkowska
Cube Fermetures Sefic
Helene Clauzel, Perrine Clauzel, Valentin Guillaud, Kevin Panhuyzen, Constance Valentin, Anthony Zaragoza

Dream Seeker MTB Team
Riki Kitabayashi, Jun Matsuo, Kohei Yamamoto
Expres CZ - Tufo Team Kolin
Karolina Bedrnikova, Robert Hula, Jakub Jencus, Jakub Kuncera, Josef Kunasek, Tomas Paprstka, Tereza Tvaruzkova, Matej Ulik, Daniel Zvak

JB Brunnex Felt Factory Team
Elisa Alvarez, Nina Benz, Max Foidl, Ramona Forchini, Annika Liehner, Jacqueline Schneebeli, Finn Treudler, Simon Vitzthum, Sophie Von Berswordt, Tamara Wiedmann
Dinamo - Bikexpert - Superbet
Tudor Cazaceanu, David-Felix-Heret Cristea, Geogre-Bogdan Duca, Miruna Maria Girbacea, Eduard Kubat, Karina Kubat, Gerhard Cristin Moldansky, Ede-Karoly Molnar, Alexandru-George Stancu, Andrei Tabacu

DMT Racing Team By Marconi Project's
Hans Becking, Jose Dias, Tiago Ferreira, Andreas Miltiadis, Pau Salva Martinez
A.R. - Efideporte Pro Cycling Teams
Fabian Alcantar De Los Reyes, Isaac Del Toro Romero, Kilian Folguera Diaz, Isabella Garcia Pelaez, Adair Zabdiel Gutierrez Prieto, Erika Monserrath Rodriguez Suarez, Jose Gerardo Ulloa Arevalo

JBG - 2 Cryospace
Adrian Brzozka, Piotr Brzozka, Wojciecj Halejak, Mariusz Kozak, Kryzysztof, Mariusz Michalek, Mateusz Nieboras, Jakub Zamrozniak
Kharkov Biscuit - KA Engineering - Victory Team
Oleksandr Koniaiev, Iryna Popova, Viktor Vodolaha

Fischer - BMC
Noah Blochlinger, Ronja Blochlinger, Casey South
Gapp System - Kolofix MTB Racing Team
Jitka Cabelicka, Tomas Dudek, Lukas Kobes, Alvin Tomasek

Gito Supernova Cycling Team
Wout Alleman, Lorenzo Pelligrini, Alessio Trabalza
Goldwurst Power
Tim Fey, Hannes Jeker, Nils Landenberger, Seraina Leugger, Nicola Rohrbach

Kross Racing Team
Ondřej Cink, Sergio Mantecon Gutierrez, Bartlomie Wawakj, Maja Wloszczowska

Hard Rocx Swix
Emil Hasund Eid, Fredrik Haraldseth, Vidar Mehl, Gabriel Cornelis Slinger, Fredrik Stephansen, Morten Vaeng
Head Pro Team Opava
Jiri Bohdalovsky, Milan Damek, Simon Koller, Monika Kucerova, Michal Neugbauer, Jan Sindelar, Lukas Szcepanski, Martin Tvarog, Tomas Vitek, Martin Vozenilek

Megamo Factory Team
Jofre Cullull Estape, Claudia Galicia Cortina, Adria Noguera Soldevila
Mountainbike Racingteam
Marion Fromberger, Simon Gegenheimer, Remi Laffont, Miriam Neureuther, Steffen Thum, Gali Weinberg

RDR Italia Factory Team
Emanuele Crisi, Roberto Crisi, Corina Gantenbien, Katia Moro, Nicole Pesse
Rouvy Specialized
Martin Dusak, Jakub Hanak, Samuel Jirous, Petr Kopecky, Oskar Marek, Simon Nemec, Zuzana Safarove, Jan Saska, Tereza Saskova, Jaromir Skala

Scott Goldstar Sports Racing Team
Dimitrios Antoniadis, Charoun Molla Amet Ali Oglou, Nikolas Moustakidis
Sense Factory Racing
Albert Guenter Erich Morgen Junior, Mario Cuoto Grego Santos, Jaqueline Mourao, Giuliana Salvini Morgen

Serneke Allebike MTB Team
Oscar Lind, Emil Lindgren, Michael Olsson
Sunn - Beaumes De Venise
Marine Allione, Camille Devi, Lucas Grieco, Lea Gros, Raphael Gros, Benoit Igoulen, Marine Philippe, Thibault Soula

Sunn Factory Racing
Lea Curinier, Amelie Darnat, Joshua Dubau, Lucas Dubau, Rodolphe Lestivent, Louis Maitaine
Team Cycles Darnanville - Adris
Damien Angot, Robin Bonassi, Nathan Celie, Marie Dufosse, Nicolas Rihouey, Emma Terrigeol, Arthur Tropardy

Team Massi Academie
Lucile Bellelle, Lea Bouilloux, Arthur Liardet, Lison Liardet, Manin Mantei, Corentin Muller, Natan Patrois, Hugo Peyroux, Quentin Schritzenberger
Team Vosges VTT
Fiona Antoine, Ugo Bertrand, Pierre Curien, Teo Gattuso, Joshua Lecointre, Laurane Meyers, Vincent Sibille

Teamisgav - Specialized
Nadav Amar, Gil-Li Gonen, Ori Leonzini, Naama Noyman, Tomer Zaltsman, Yuval Zaltsman
Velcan MTB Pro Team
Baile Allard, Hugo Briatta, Coline Clauzure, Margot Moschetti, Alexis Paris, Titouan Perrin Ganier

TVeloroc Lapierre
Mickael Brunello, Line Burquier, Killiam Desbiens, Maxime Garin, Raphael Gay, Lea Houyet, Antoine Nibbio
Vtt VCA Anjos
Maxime Barbarin, Loan Cheneval, Paul Delpech, Remy Duquesne, Maxime Gagnaire, Matthieu Gayon, Lena Gerault, Charles Marchandise, Jordan Meier, Mandine Vidon

KTM Protek Dama
Alessio Agostinelli, Mattia Beretta, Emanuele Huez, Letizia Motalli, Michael Pecis, Giada Specia, Mirko Tabacchi, Marika Tovo, Andreas Emanuele Vittone, Juri Zanotti
Massi
Cristofer Bosque Ruano, Julie Bresset, Hugo Drechou, Magdalena Duran Garcia, Sara Gay Moreno, Thomas Girot, Loana Lecomte, Israel Nunz Baticon, David Rosa, Pasquine Vandermouten

Megamo Factory Team
Jofre Cullull Estape, Claudia Galicia Cortina, Adria Noguera Soldevila
Miranda Factory Team
Maaris Meier

Pivot Cycles - OTE
Raphael Auclair, Felix Belhumeur, Leandre Bouchard, Marc Andre Fortier, Gunnar Holmgren, Philippe St Laurent, Marianne Theberge, Vincent Thiboutot
Pushbikers XC Team
Felicitas Geiger, Fabian Giger, Martin Gluth, Linda Inergand, Karla Stepanova, Jan Vastl

Santa Cruz FSA MTB Pro Team
Andrea Colombo, Greta Seiwald, Chiara Teocchi, Andrea Tiberi, Zaccaria Toccoli
Unior Devinci Factory Racing
Tanja Zakelj


Volkswagen Samochody Dostawcze MTB Team
Filip Helta, Marek Konwa, Zuzanna Krzystala, Aleksandra Podgorska
Trinx Factory Team
Lucia Bramati, Eva Lechner, Martin Loo, Luca Pescarmona

Team Bulls
Martin Frey, Urs Huber, Leon Reinhard Kaiser, Alban Lakata, Karl Platt, Niklas Schehl, Simon Schneller, Hansueli Stauffer, Simon Stiebjahn
Team Centurion - Vaude
Vinzent Dorn, Daniel Geismayr, Jochen Kass, Ben Zwiehoff

Struby - Bixs Team
Laura Valentina Abril Restrepo, Dominik Bollhalder, Paula Gorycka, Jeremias Marti, Melanie Tresch
Swiss MTB Pro Team Powered by Stoll
Nils Brun, Ramona Kupferschmied, Luca Schatti, Tina Zuger

SF Racing
Nick Baumann, Eric Luthi, Fabio Spena, Jan Stockli, Silas Valaulta





65 Comments

  • 41 0
 Hopefully Annika Langvad can get back to the business end of things after last seasons issues. How will Jolanda perform after that horrible crash off season. Can Kate Courtney keep the form going? Bart has some great riders on the CST team in Anne Tauber & Yana Belomoina. Annie Last could be the dark horse and, it's an Olympic year so how will that shape the season? I have too say, Women's XC is the one I'm looking forward to this year.
  • 14 0
 Did I miss seeing Jenny Rissveds (Team 31) on the list anywhere?
  • 7 0
 @jeffreyelias8: You didn't miss anything Jeff. I didn't see it listed here or at the UCI website. ??? Don't know the rhyme or reason.

Watching Jenny & Annika at the Cape Epic should be a good show. They're riding as Team31-Outride.

@Dropthedebt
Annika is looking a bit better. Finish 8th in Spain this past weekend. From what I've read she's staying away from the road racing this year. Hayley Batten did really well and finished 2nd. They're riding together at the Cyprus Sunshine Cup (4 Day Stage Race) which starts on the 27th.

Also, PFP is in the Gym and back on a road bike. From what I've seen she's healing well and super motivated to get back to the sharp end.
  • 6 0
 That's what I love about XC is that the women's competition is just as exciting as the men's which means I'm invested in watching both. I can't think of many other sports that have the same dynamic.
  • 26 0
 Sweet. Definitely appreciate the XC coverage here!
  • 12 0
 The first races will be hectic; they will decide the women’s Olympic teams for some nations: Canada, Switzerland and the UK have a tough decision to make.

Canada has two places available, but three good athletes: Haley Smith, Emily Batty, and Catharine Pendrel.

Switzerland has three places available, but many good athletes: Jolanda Neff, Sina Frei, Alessandra Keller, Ramona Forchini, Linda Indergand, Kathrin Stirnemann, etc.

And the UK has only one place available, but three good athletes: Annie Last, Isla Short, and Evie Richards.
  • 8 0
 Alpecin - Fenix looks strong overall. Looking forward to see what Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado will do, she had a really good CX season, and van der Poel is always fun to watch (road, CX or XC) he does them all at the highest level.
  • 8 0
 Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado will sure be a force to reckon with after the CX season she had!
  • 2 1
 It has already been widely reported on the Belgian and Dutch media that Ceyling and Annemarie Worst will be doing some Road Racing this season, but Ceylin doing MTB Racing at World Cup level are really exciting news.
  • 4 1
 Agreed. Don't know how they wrote the article without mentioning Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado. Looked really strong at the world championships.
  • 3 0
 The ladies CX world champs was much more exciting than the mens. I get that MvdP is getting PB attention because he is already making waves in XC racing. But if they knew Ceylin would be racing XC too this year they could just as well given her some attention too. She seems like a cool character (always positive, always smiling) yet she has the pittbull mentality to keep pushing 'till the very end. If she's going to compete, she's going to do well.

Annemarie Worst actually has done some early season XC races too in the past and I recall she did fairly well. Would be cool to see her compete in some more XC.
  • 9 0
 What about Kross Racing Team?
  • 5 0
 That is a star-studded team isn't it! For some reason it was listed as eMTB on the UCI site so we missed it. Looks like all the racers are racing XC though so I've added them here. Thanks for catching that!
  • 8 0
 the current XC world champion seems missing from the list - Pauline Ferrand Prevot
  • 1 0
 Yes ! Where is Pauline ?
  • 2 0
 She's register with the Canyon Collective Factory team that has only DH rider

www.uci.org/mountain-bike/teams/TeamDetail/14957/1002162/262

but she will most likely share the Abolute Absalon pit
  • 3 0
 Well that's embarassing isn't it - I've added her in now. Thank you!
  • 10 2
 Kate Courtney for the Champ! ????
  • 7 0
 You forgot about the Kross Racing Team from Maia Włoszczowska
www.facebook.com/KrossRacingTeam
  • 6 0
 Kross Racing Team, so low key, that it just gotten under Pinkbikes radar...
  • 7 1
 A team with MVP and Gaze sounds awesome. Hope Gaze can get back to that race winning form!
  • 6 0
 I'm thinking this will be Peter Disera's break-out year. His U23 performance is a good leading indicator to his future.
  • 7 0
 Hopefully Pinkbike will do XC fantasy this year again.
  • 5 0
 Also GerhaRs Kerschbaumer will race xc world cup. I hope he could win some races!
  • 3 0
 I wondered why he wasn't called out in the article.
  • 1 0
 @ewarnerusa: you cant expect thorough research can you? They are trying pretty hard.
  • 5 0
 Team 31 with 2016 and reining Olympic Champion Jenny Rissveds
  • 1 0
 Thanks for pointing that out. I thought it was strange that she and Team 31 wasn't on the list.
  • 1 0
 No Trinity Racing on there, but maybe they have not registered as a UCI MTB team. Will be interesting to see how Tom Pidcock goes in the U23 WC. He will be back of the grid, as MvDP was when he started racing WC (though in Elite)
  • 1 0
 For the Ghost Racing Team you forgot to mention that Marika Tovo a new rider in 2019 was not in the team for 2020 following a season with big injuries (broken ankle and knee i think) she is with the smaller KTM team now
  • 4 0
 Did Catharine Pendrel retire? CLIF team??
  • 3 0
 Can confirm that she did not retire but I do not see the CLIF team. I know they are now on Specialized frames and its an Olympic year so not sure what is going on?
  • 3 0
 It appears there are multiple smaller teams or programs with regular riders that are not included in the list. My guess is it has something to do with those teams not being "registered UCI MTB teams".
  • 3 0
 Fingers crossed for Jolanda!
  • 2 0
 Some typos in the rider names. E.g. "Frischknecht" and "Schwarzbauer". There are certainly more.
  • 3 0
 Vlad Dascalu putting Romania on the MTB map Smile .
  • 3 0
 Absalon isn't on team Absalon Wink ?
  • 3 9
flag Boosting (Feb 25, 2020 at 11:08) (Below Threshold)
 Do you see any other teams with their coach mentioned on here Trumptard?
  • 3 0
 @Boosting: imagine thinking “trumptard” is even a good insult.... yikes haha
  • 1 0
 @TypicalCanadian: Trumptard is an insult, but i imagine not understand a joke is even more of an insult. What a hosertard.
  • 1 0
 Sorry to see my old early 90s team "Gary Fisher Racing Powered by Weed and Pizza" is no longer relevant. That team was quick.
  • 2 0
 Irina Kalentyeva still going strong. Hope to see her for a few more years.
  • 2 0
 Where's Marco Fontana this season?
  • 2 1
 E-bike racing ????
  • 2 0
 Where is Jaroslav Kulhavy?
  • 3 0
 He is riding under his own team since last year. Still on Specialized bikes.
  • 2 0
 how about olypimpics, is he going to ride?
  • 2 0
 @GiantSpecializedEddie: Claims he want to fight for point for second male spot and nomination and then step out from Sunshine Cup this weekend.
  • 2 0
 DMT team? nice!
  • 2 0
 Surprised Joe Rogan isn’t a co-sponsor.
  • 1 0
 @SangamonTaylor: Chimps are cool, but have you ever tried DMT? Jamie, bring that up.
  • 2 1
 Where is Team Huffy and Team Schwinn?
  • 1 0
 Have Merida bikes pulled out of XC racing?
  • 1 0
 since Hermida and gunn retiretirement 2 years ago I guess.
  • 2 1
 Alpecin-Fenix is going to clean house this year. MvDP, Gaze, and Alvarado!
  • 1 0
 Where is Ellen Noble? No more Trek Factory?
  • 3 3
 This is already outdated. Erin Huck is now also a part of Scott SRAM.
  • 4 0
 No she is not, she is running her own program this year but will be racing the full world cup circuit. She is just racing the Cyprus Sunshine cup with Kate which is a partner race so they have to be in matching kit.
  • 1 0
 Is she officially?
  • 1 0
 @ianswilson815: So social media lied to me? Frown
  • 1 0
 @fpvteg: Unfortunately, yes social media lied to you. Smile Its ok, she is a cruel mistress that has lied to all of us.
  • 3 4
 Who are the E-bike Teams? This analog riding is too tiring to watch!

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