UCI Women's WorldTeam

CANYON//SRAM Racing

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This German WorldTeam was born from the ashes of the Velocio-SRAM squad back in 2016 and very quickly established itself as one of the most premier squads in women’s cycling, amassing wins in some of the biggest races on the calendar - the Giro Rosa, Trofeo Alfredo Binda and Boels Ladies Tour, just to name a few.

The team was also one of the first to join the Women’s WorldTour upon its inception. After a winless streak between 2019 and 2022, Canyon-SRAM have had a very successful 2023 thanks to some of their new riders, winning stages at the Giro d'Italia Donne and the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, plus placing Kasia Niewiadoma on the podium at the Tour.

Their Giro and Tour stage winners Antonia Niedermaier and Ricarda Bauernfeind were both graduates from their development team, Canyon-SRAM Generation, and this year has also seen Chloé Dygert come back into form, winning a stage at the RideLondon Classique and becoming time trial world champion.

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CANYON//SRAM Racing
CANYON//SRAM Racing
  • Nationality Germany
  • Founded 2016
  • Team Principal Ronny Lauke
  • UCI Code CSR
  • Bike Sponsor Canyon

The Team

Katarzyna Niewiadoma

Katarzyna Niewiadoma

29

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Chloé Dygert

Chloé Dygert

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Elise Chabbey

Elise Chabbey

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1436

Soraya Paladin

Soraya Paladin

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7

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Ricarda Bauernfeind

Ricarda Bauernfeind

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Top CANYON//SRAM Racing Stories

Link to 2024 Women’s WorldTour bikes, wheels and groupsets: A complete guide
A selection of the bikes that will be in action in the Women's WorldTour in 2024

2024 Women’s WorldTour bikes, wheels and groupsets: A complete guide

Specialized commits to a long-term deal with SD Worx while Canyon is the most popular bike brand

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Link to Canyon-SRAM Generation confirm multi-national development line-up for 2024
Daniela Schmidsberger (second from left) will continue with Canyon-SRAM Generation in 2024

Canyon-SRAM Generation confirm multi-national development line-up for 2024

Riders from Ethiopia, Uganda and Nigeria join team aimed at bringing underrepresented nations to the peloton

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Link to Zwift makes it easier to level up in latest update
The highest level on Zwift has changed from 60 to 100, meaning there are more rewards up for grabs

Zwift makes it easier to level up in latest update

Online training platform has also introduced new difficulties to its Climb Portal, plus rewards for ‘ride streaks’

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Featured Video

Behind The Scenes With Canyon//SRAM Racing At The Women's Tour

Behind The Scenes With Canyon//SRAM Racing At The Women's Tour

We're granted access all areas with the UCI Women's WorldTour team Canyon//SRAM ahead of this year's UK-based Women's Tour, one of the biggest stage races in the calendar. How do these world-class riders prepare for 6 days of aggressive racing, and what is the support team that help them perform their best?

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