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 premier squads in women’s cycling, amassing wins in some of the biggest races on the calendar - the Giro Rosa (now Giro d'Italia Women), 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 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 2023 also saw Chloé Dygert come back into form, winning a stage at the RideLondon Classique and becoming time trial world champion.

For 2024, the team have only made one signing, in the shape of promoting Justyna Czapla from the development side. Otherwise, it is as you were for Canyon-SRAM, who will hope to see Niewiadoma carry her winning touch from gravel to the road.

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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

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20

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Chloé Dygert

Chloé Dygert

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1550

Elise Chabbey

Elise Chabbey

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1436

Soraya Paladin

Soraya Paladin

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Ricarda Bauernfeind

Ricarda Bauernfeind

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Team Bikes

Link to Tiffany Cromwell’s all-new Canyon Grail: A gravel bike built for speed
Tiffany Cromwell's Canyon Grail for the Gravel World Championships

Tiffany Cromwell’s all-new Canyon Grail: A gravel bike built for speed

Prior to its release, Canyon’s new Grail was put through its paces by Cromwell at the Gravel World Championships

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Top CANYON//SRAM Racing Stories

Link to Canyon-SRAM drop their 2024 kit with a bolder than ever design
Canyon-SRAM's new kit for 2024

Canyon-SRAM drop their 2024 kit with a bolder than ever design

The team has long been known for its eye-catching kit and 2024 sees things step up to a whole new level

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Link to Canyon-SRAM Team Talk: Improvements made but how do they reach the next level?
Canyon-SRAM picked up eight victories on the road in 2023, with Kasia Niewiadoma excelling on the gravel towards the end of the year

Canyon-SRAM Team Talk: Improvements made but how do they reach the next level?

German WorldTeam bounce back from a poor 2022 campaign, with Grand Tour stage wins and a podium finish at the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift

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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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