Men's Worldtour Team Bikes 2021: A Breakdown

Joe Robinson 27 Jan 2021 A breakdown of the bikes being used in the men's WorldTour for the 2021 season With less than one month until Omloop Het Nieuwsblad – fingers crossed – and professional bike racing just days away from resuming, it is about time we reminded ourselves of the bikes set to be used during the 2021 season. The annual merry-go-round of bike sponsorship was in full swing over the winter months. Jumbo-Visma swapped Bianchi bikes for Cervelo with Team BikeExchange (formerly Mitchelton-Scott) exchanging bikes with a swap to Bianchi from Scott. Then to complete the perfect circle, Scott bikes were picked up by Team DSM (formerly Team Sunweb) after parting ways with Cervelo. One word: synergy. For the first time since the mid-1990s, Giant will be absent from cycling's highest echelons while BMC joins Specialized as the only manufacturer with two teams in the men's WorldTour. Below ...

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