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DNA Pro Cycling welcomes seven new riders and performance director Jack Seehafer for 2023

DNA Pro Cycling welcomes seven new riders and performance director Jack Seehafer for 2023

Coming off a successful season with three national titles across the Americas, DNA Pro Cycling is continuing their international approach by adding talent from Canada,…

Thursday, Sep 22

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Coming off a successful season with three national titles across the Americas, DNA Pro Cycling is continuing their international approach by adding talent from Canada, Great Britain and the U.S. to their roster.

In the U.S., the pink team can always be counted on to be part of the pointy end of criteriums and stage races alike. Internationally, DNA has been building stature as well, earning national titles in three countries and giving a dominating performance during the six days of racing at the Vuelta a Colombia Feminina.

The new additions are Americans Holly Breck, Olivia Cummins, Gabrielle Lehnert and Shayna Powless; Brits Rachel Langdon and Harriet Owen; and Canadian Sarah Van Dam. The team will have five returning riders, including Colombian national road champion Diana Peñuela and Mexican national time trial champion Anet Barrera.

“We’re very excited to continue the momentum of success this year with a new-rider mix of up-and-coming talent and seasoned pros,” said team director Catherine Fegan-Kim, “this new, larger roster was carefully selected to support our ambitions in road racing in North America, Latin America and Europe.” Olivia Cummins The 2023 Team

Now in its 10th year, DNA Pro Cycling is a joint venture owned and operated by K4 Racing and TREND Cycling Collective. The team competes across the road, mountain and gravel disciplines, and has been a home to developing riders such as Katie Clouse (now riding for Human Powered Health), Olympic ice skater Mia Manganello Kilburg, and SBT GRVL founder Amy Charity.

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