Posted by Editoress on 11/30/10
The Trek Red Truck Racing team presented by Mosaic Homes has finalized its team lineup for the upcoming 2011 cycling season. The team will focus on a busy race schedule, primarily in the Pacific Northwest, targeting the BC Super Week series of races, the National Championships, and selected NRC races in the US. Its sponsors and riders will once again play host to the very popular eighth annual Yaletown Grand Prix criterium, to be held on Canada Day weekend (Sunday, July 3rd, 2011).
The elite men's and women's teams will be comprised of a mixture of proven and experienced returning riders, first year seniors moving up from the Junior ranks, and talented new riders.
The team has retained the majority of its previous sponsor partners and is pleased to announce the addition of new partners: local retailer Comor Go Play Outside, Rethink Canada, Cycles Lambert and PH&N Investment Management Ltd. The riders will be easily identifiable out on the roads outfitted with new clothing designed and custom made by Vancouver-based Sugoi Performance Apparel.
Elite men's Team Manager Matt Barth returns for his 3nd season of overseeing the riders in their preparations and during the team's busy race schedule. The team will be holding a training camp in late April in Santa Rosa, California in the heart of the Sonoma wine region.
Dave Vukets (Team Captain)
Andrea Hannos (Rider/ Manager)
Masters Men Race Team:
Masters Women Race Team:
Management: Steve Engh, Mark James, Geoff Rice, Matt Barth
Sponsors: Trek Bicycles, Red Truck Beer, Mark James Group, Union Securities Ltd, Barney and Oscar Films, Mosaic Homes, Avison Young, Atiga Investments Inc, Comor Go Play Outside, Rethink Canada, Vaughn Wyant's Automotive Group, Cycles Lambert, PH&N Investment Management, Harbour Air Seaplanes, Sugoi Performance Apparell, PowerBar, Bicycle Sports Pacific, Brian Green Photography, Maple Ridge Hyundai, Rack Attack, Le Crocodile, Parolin & Co., Trek Pro City Racing
Follow the team by clicking on their website at: www.trekredtruckracing.com
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