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Amanda Spratt signs with Trek-Segafredo through 2024

Amanda Spratt signs with Trek-Segafredo through 2024

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Amanda Spratt will change up teams for the first time in her career after signing a two-year deal with Trek Segafredo.

The 34-year-old has been racing with the GreenEdge franchise, currently racing under the name BikeExchange-Jayco, since 2012. However, rumors about her departure began popping up over the summer and VeloNews confirmed last month that she would be leaving for a new team.

Trek-Segafredo confirmed Wednesday that it had signed up the Australian through 2024. She is the first confirmed signing for the American-registered squad for next season.

“I’ve spent 11 years with GreenEdge and I’m so grateful for these years, but I just felt ready for a new challenge and a different environment,” Spratt said. “I may be one of the older riders now, but I still feel young at heart and my move to Trek-Segafredo has me feeling like a kid in a candy store – and I like candy a lot.

“Trek-Segafredo has always been a team I’ve admired so much. From the first year of the women’s team, I really felt they were a team that raised the level of professionalism and support for women. I love that the Team has such a strong vision and values and for this reason it feels like a dream for me to become part of such a special team.”

Spratt has endured a difficult few […]

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