Road Racing is all about tactics, passion and the right equipment. CeramicSpeed is the proud sponsor for some of the best WorldTour teams among others.
The French outfit is currently one of the oldest teams in the professional peloton. Founded in 1992, the team has established itself at the top of the sport. With riders like Romain Bardet, Tony Gallopin, Oliver Naesen, and Silvan Dillier the team has the depth and strength to shine on various terrains. Given their ever active racing style, AG2R-La Mondiale swears by their CeramicSpeed OSPW Systems, Bottom Brackets, UFO Chains and Headsets.
German team BORA-hansgrohe is the home of cycling superstar and triple World Champion Peter Sagan. But the team is more than that. It's also the home of riders like Rafal Majka, Sam Bennett and some promising talents such as Emanuel Buchmann and Patrick Konrad. The team uses CeramicSpeed Headsets, Bottom Brackets and Wheel Kits on their hunt for glory in Grand Tours and Classics.
If there's a team out there that is synonymus with winning it's basically Belgian outfit Quick-Step Floors. There's rarely a season which the team doesn't finish on top of the victory rankings. Riders like Philippe Gilbert, Elia Viviani, and Niki Terpstra, among others, make sure that the streak continues. Quick-Step Floors uses CeramicSpeed Headsets, Bottom Brackets and Wheel Kits.
One of the household names in the Women's World Tour, Cervélo-Bigla is the home of Denmark's brightest talents. Riders like Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig and Emma Norsgaard are set to hone their skills in the shadows of established riders like Ashleigh Moolman-Passio and Lotta Lepistö. The team uses CeramicSpeed Headsets, Bottom Brackets, Wheel Kits, OSPW Systems and UFO Chains.
For the first time in its history, CeramicSpeed took on the role as co-title sponsor of a professional team. Danish continental outfit Riwal-CeramicSpeed plays a vital role in further developing our product portfolio. The team trains and races on CeramicSpeed Headsets, Bottom Brackets, Wheel Kits, OSPW Systems, UFO Chains and UFO Drip.
Aqua Blue Sport
Irish outfit Aqua Blue Sport set out to push the boundaries of professional cycling, in many ways. Besides creating a different business model to run the team, it is also the first team that races solely on 1x-drivetrains in 2018. Racing the 3T Strada bike, Aqua Blue Sport enjoys the free speed of CeramicSpeed WheelKits.
Danish continental outfit ColoQuick has its teambase close to the CeramicSpeed headquarters. Over the last couple of years the team has made a name of itself for developing young talents and guiding them through the ranks. It is, therefore, no surprise that riders like Junior World Champion Julius Johansen, Jonas Vingegaard, and Caspar Folsach chose the team to take the next steps in their development. The team uses CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets, Wheel Kits, and UFO Chains.