Simonson, Van Dam, Pauly, Majendie and Stoll Danserau will remain in the team.
After a successful 2021 season, in which Red Truck athletes found success in multiple disciplines, both at international and local competitions, the squad is eagerly looking towards the next season, with several athletes gearing up for 2022. The team has announced the arrival of several new young riders into its program as well as a few new sponsors as it strides into its 28th year running, 8 of them at the Elite 2 category.
So the canadian team has welcomed Shimano Canada, Pearl Izumi, Factor Bikes, Black Inc, Skratch Labs and West 10th Eyes to its family of supporters.
Welcoming back five of the 2021 women, the team is taking on three new additions, several of whom have competed internationally at the junior-level. The team has welcomes back the reigning Provincial Road Champion, Holly Simonson, and bolsters its ranks with the likes of Sarah Van Dam, who has just returned from racing at the Track World Championships in Roubaix, France after a successful season winning gold at the Nations Cup down in Cali, Colombia. Also back with the team is Brenna Pauly, who had some epic performances on her gravel bike this past season. She also placed 16th at this year’s Canadian road championships. Fiona Majendie spent last year racing in the US, competing in a whopping 42 races, and is excited to continue to add to that this coming season. Back for her second season with the team, Annabella Stoll-Dansereau is looking forward to honing her craft on the international stage, as her 2021 season was stifled by a training accident, cutting her calendar short.
The team has signed as new riders with Nadia Gontova, a newcomer to the sport, having come from a strong competitive background in rowing, as well as Lily Ujfalusi and Isla Walker, both of whom spent a portion of last season in Flanders, Belgium, racing at the UCI Road World Championships.