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Ottawa, ON (March 10, 2023) – In its continuing effort to develop programs, policies and services that support Canadian teams, Cycling Canada is pleased to announce the list of nine Trade Teams that have affiliated with the organization for 2023, including four new cyclo-cross, road, track and mountain bike squads. 
Returning to the roster this year will be Project Dialed In (mountain bike), with the addition of veteran mountain biker Cindy Montambault; TaG Cycling Racing Team (road); Siboire QuiRoule (mountain bike); Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes (road, track and cyclo-cross); and Stimulus/Orbea (mountain bike and cyclo-cross), with Junior Cyclo-cross World Championships medallists Ava and Isabella Holmgren returning to the team.
“Being part of a Cycling Canada affiliated team is mostly about having a sense of belonging and having teammates,” said Montambault. “The older I get, the more fun I have and the better I can perform. With Project Dialed In, I already know that the projects will be exciting and that it is exactly what I need to have a balance to perform at my best.”
The four teams joining the lineup are Hewdog Racing (road); Ignite Junior Cycling (road, track); Tesseract Racing (track); and UNC Lotto Max (road).
Trade Teams affiliated with Cycling Canada receive several benefits, including free technical space at Canadian Championship and Canada Cup events, priority invitations to events on the international and national calendar, access to special rates and more. For more information, click here.
About Cycling Canada
Cycling Canada is the nation’s oldest National Sport Organization and has one simple purpose – to inspire Canadians to cycle. Our mandate is to holistically develop the sport in partnership with our 11 Provincial/Territorial Sport Organizations, putting more Canadians on bikes from coast-to-coast and on podiums around the world.

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Source: Cycling Canada 
Information: Caroline Soble | Cycling Canada |