Spanish cyclist since 1998, stands out for being a compact runner but stands out with skills as a climber.

His best season was 2001, when he won the white jersey (best youngster) in the Tour de France and was 2nd overall in the Vuelta a España (due to mechanical failures he lost the lead), in the ranks of the Kelme. He has participated in Grand Tours obtaining remarkable results both as a leader and herdsman.

He currently runs for the Continental category Team Medellín, in which he regularly acts as the leader of the ranks.


Colombian cyclist who stands out in one-day races. He debuted in 2017 with EPM and after two years he went to Medellín. He finished 20th in the 2019 Tour of Colombia and had good performances that made him sign with Astana in 2020.


Colombian cyclist who describes himself as a well-rounded runner with climbing skills. Winner in 2018 of the Vuelta del Porvenir de Colombia, he ran in the Colombian team Orgullo Paisa and in the Romanian team of Team Novak for 6 months in the 2019 season, in which he gained international experience in Europe. In the 2021 season, after being in the UAE Team Colombia, he joined the EF PRo Cycling in the World Tour category.


Swiss cyclist who stands out in the mountain stages. He made his debut in 2012 with the Atlas Personal-Jakroo and in the 2015 season he rode with the IAM Cycling team after having already been a stagiaire in the 2014 season in this same team. After two seasons on the World Tour in 2017 he signed for Team Illuminate with which he got his first win on a Tour de Hainan stage. In 2019 he signed for the IAM Excelsior. The 2020 season, after a good campaign, he signed with Androni Giocatolli Sidermec.
In 2021 he signed with the Trek-Segafredo team.


Laurie is a 23 y/o Canadian professional mountain bike athlete. Mountain biking has been part of her life since she was 12 years old. It has always been her greatest joy to chase her ambitions. It's what gets her out of bed in the morning; the challenge & the accomplishments, the fresh air & the adventures. For Laurie, mountain biking is about pushing her limits, connecting with people, and competing. She loves sharing her passion for cycling with her community by teaching young kids to develop their skills and reach their goals. Her drive and passion for competing are evident in her committed lifestyle and her consistent top 15 performances on the World cup circuit. She's been four times national Champion and achieved a top 9 at the U23 World Championships in 2019. Her dream is to win World cups and Olympic medals.


Born into a mountain bike-crazy family on a cattle farm in Brooklin, Ontario, Emily Batty first rode bikes for leisure with her brothers from the age of 10 but then turned her passion for all things two-wheeled into a career racing bikes. As a promising junior, Batty competed in her first World Championships in 2005 and, since her move into the senior ranks, she’s progressively achieved better results as the years have passed on and is now a regular on the World Cup circuit. At the age of 23, Emily competed in the London 2012 Olympics. Three days before the race, she had a bad crash in training and broke her collarbone. Not wanting to let her country down, Emily raced injured and finished 26th place. In the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, she came back with a vengeance and finished 4th place just 1 second off the bronze medal. Other career highlights include a bronze medal at World Championships in 2016 and 2018 and finishing 3rd overall in the UCI Mountain Bike Word Cups twice in her career. Emily also recently rode across Iceland and featured in the film “A Line In The Sand”


Raised in a family who embraced the Canadian outdoors in all seasons, Jenn naturally found her way into running, cross country skiing, and mountain biking from a young age. Jenn grew up around her hometown of Barrie, ON, but currently trains out of Kamloops, BC, and enjoys working as a bike mechanic on the side of racing. Through university, her primary athletic pursuit was cross country skiing. It wasn’t until 2017, after burning out and struggling in skiing, she jumped into mountain biking with renewed energy and ambition for competitive sport. Jenn loves the training, racing, and challenging herself against the world’s best but still feels most at home on the local, homey side of the community and is generally known to be a huge fan of all bikes and bike racing.


is a professional cyclist from Quebec, Canada, with a focus on gravel and road racing. Competing at the highest level, he has four national titles under his name, as well as multiple podiums at some of America’s most significant gravel & UCI road races. Always striving to maximize his own performance, Adam is also very keen to share his experience and knowledge, to help others achieve their athletic goals in physical training, nutrition, performance psychology, and recovery. His primary platform of influence are YouTube and Instagram, but he is also very active on Facebook, Linkedin, Strava & TikTok. He also leads a weekly coaching session on Zwift over the winter months, which is available for free to his YouTube subscribers


Colombian sprinter. Palomeque has been awarded several gold medals in the 100 meter dash category at the South American Games in Lima (Peru) in 2015, in the 50th edition of the South American Athletics Championship for Seniors in Asunción (Paraguay), Cochabamba (Bolivia) in 2018 , among others from his extensive track record. He participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics.


Colombian professional cyclist. Since 2020 he rides for the Bahrain professional team Team Bahrain Victorious in the UCI WorldTeam category.

He started cycling at the age of 11 in the youth category of the Esteban Chaves Foundation, after a few years he joined the Colombian U-23 team, Team AV Villas. During his time in the youth categories he had the opportunity to run the Vuelta a Colombia in the lower divisions of the Manzana Postobón Team. In 2018 he had the opportunity to make the great leap to European cycling in the Italian Team Cinelli where he had the opportunity to live the experience of amateur cycling in Italian competitions. In 2020 he made the leap to professional cycling with the Team Bahrain McLaren team of the UCI WorldTour circuit where he made his Tour Down Under debut.

As an amateur, he took part in the Giro del Valle d'Aosta in 2019, finishing in 6th position in the final general classification. In 2020 he made his debut in the Vuelta a España where he finished the race.