On target for an 11th season of racing, DNA Pro Cycling announced their 12-rider roster for 2023, including seven new riders. Britons Harriet Owen and Rachel Langdon join the team with experienced US riders Shayna Powless and Holly Breck.
Under-23 talent comes from Canadian track star Sarah Van Dam and a pair from LUX Development, Olivia Cummins and Gabrielle Lehnert.
Leading the charge among the five returning riders from a successful 2022 road season are Colombian national road champion Diana Peñuela and Mexican national time trial champion Anet Barrera, both of whom signed two-year contracts. Peñuela swept the first four stages en route to the GC title at the six-stage Vuelta Colombia and Barrera was third overall, as well as earning the Best Foreigner jersey the last two stages.
“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.”
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Notably absent from the roster is sprinter Maggie Coles-Lyster , who is the reigning Canadian road race national champion and recently scored women’s titles in the overall and sprint classification at the […]