With stars like Wout Van Aert, Marianne Vos, and current Tour de France champion Jonas Vingegaard, the squad in black and yellow animate every race they enter. The Dutch powerhouse program has selected Reserve Wheels as their technical provider to further cement their stranglehold on the ProTour, Women’s ProTour pelotons, and UCI Cyclocross World Cup.
Wout Van Aert

Wout Van Aert

What can you say about Wout van Aert? UCI cyclocross World Champion? Yep. Multiple times? Oh yeah. Man for the Classics? Of course. Green jersey winner in the Tour de France? Sure. Super domestique and climber? Why not? Is there anything Wout can’t do? We wouldn’t count him out. Oh, and he’s got great hair, too.

Discipline: Road, CX Country: Denmark Rides: Reserve 52|63 , Reserve 22|GR
Marianne Vos

Marianne Vos

As one of the most decorated riders in the history of women's cycling, Marianne stormed onto the world stage in her first senior year and immediately began racking up World Cup and World Championship titles in cyclocross and road racing, and an Olympic Gold Medal in the Points Race. Regardless of the cycling discipline, Marianne is a legitimate contender for the crown.

Discipline: Road, CX Country: Netherlands Rides: Reserve 52|63 , Reserve 22|GR
Jonas Vingegaard

Jonas Vingegaard

The young Danish cyclist emerged from the shadows of the competition to win the 2022 Tour de France in a fashion stunning other racers and spectators alike. After some much deserved downtime, the quiet Dane is set to establish himself as a GC contender for years to come.

Discipline: Road Country: Denmark Rides: Reserve 52|63
Tobias Foss

Tobias Foss

Foss burst onto the scene by storming to a Gold Medal in the 2022 World Championship Time Trial in Wollongong, Australia, upstaging the biggest names on the time-trialing scene to become the first Norwegian to win an elite world championship title. Look for big things to come from this young Norwegian time-trialing ace.

Discipline: Road Country: Norway Rides: Reserve 52|63
Primoz Roglic

Primoz Roglic

A naturally gifted elite athlete who began his competitive career as a ski jumper prior to making the move to cycling, Primoz was the first Slovenian to ever win a stage at the Tour de France. Building on that early success, Roglic continues to achieve new heights by dominating stage race after stage race with a panache all his own.

Discipline: Road Country: Slovenia Rides: Reserve 52|63