Canyon dhb p/b Bloor Homes will welcome six new partners on board for the 2019 campaign.
The British UCI Continental squad, which raced as Canyon Eisberg this year, will be able to call on the support of Wahoo Fitness, fizik, Stages, Precise Performance, Seitron and Walk The Line in the new season.
Owner Tim Elverson has already renewed partnerships with Eisberg, Lamb & Watt, Maxxis, Hunt Bike Wheels, Roadwheel, Sidi, 3T, Saddleback, Hayden Brothers and Peaty’s.
Meanwhile, dhb and Bloor Homes have stepped up their backing to become title sponsors for the coming campaign. Elverson said:
“We continue to work with key brands such as Hunt, Maxxis and Sidi, which is great news and gives us important continuity.
“Gaining these exciting new partners shows the team, from an operational viewpoint, continues to evolve and progress.
“I’m now looking forward to working with each brand during what we all hope will be a very successful 2019 season.”
Wahoo will supply the riders with ELEMNT Bolt GPS computers, KICKR smart trainers and TICKR heart-rate monitors. These will be paired with Stages power meters, as used by the team in 2017.
fizik saddles will finish off the Canyon Aeroad and Ultimate frames, while Sadler’s Ales are also getting behind the team with their new alcohol-free beer Walk The Line.
Precise Performance, run by Jake Yarranton, will give every bike fit the professional touch and ensure the riders are in prime position to fulfil their potential.
And last but not least, Italian electronics company Seitron, who also partnered the team in 2017, have returned as financial backers with Elverson once more aiming to deliver success at home and abroad.