The Movistar Team is currently the leading road cycling team in the world. For the second time, the “Blue” have won the UCI WorldSeries in 2014. In 2015 the Spanish team, led by Nairo Quintana, Alexandro Valverde and the teams’ “godfather“ Pablo Lastras, wants to establish its leading position in the UCI World Tour, as well as to fight for the victory at the Tour de France.
In 2014, 2015, and 2016, power2max is the team’s official power meter supplier. The Movistar Riders will train and race with the power2max Type S Campagnolo 11 Speed and the new power2max Type S Campagnolo 2015 in order to control their power output on the bike when and wherever they ride.
After five years, the spirit and the ambition remain, but the Team Name has changed. The Bora – Argon 18 Team, founded in 2010 as Team NetApp and continued as Team NetApp – Endura, has become a rival of the big international teams. In five years only, the former amateur riders have grown to Tour de France contenders.
Since 2015, the Bora – Argon 18 Team and power2max are partners. The Bora athletes control their power output on the bike with the power2max Type S K-Force Light BB386EVO power meter.
During the 2015 season, 20 riders will present the trikot oft he German team and race the Tour de France for the second time.
JLT - Condor Team - UK
JLT Condor is a British based UCI Continental cycling team, working in partnership with power2max since January 2016. The team will compete in an international racing programme with a focus on developing young rider talent. Before, the team was known as Rapha Condor (JLT) between 2006-2014.
The 2016 JLT Condor Team line-up:
Nils Frommhold – Ironman Athlete
Nils Frommhold is a promising young Ironman professional from Germany. At the end of 2012 he appeared on the Ironman circuit with a bang, winning his first race over the long distance (Ironman Arizona) in style. In 2013 his progress was hampered by injury, but Nils still made it a good year with a string of strong performances towards the end of the year.
Tim Don – Ironman Athlete
We are proud to have super fast Tim Don among our supported athletes. Tim is of course no stranger to South African shores.
His palmares is so long that we could write for hours, but suffice it to say that he has won World Champion honors at ITU level and won the winner’s cheque at the super prestigious Hyvee triathlon.
Tim has taken on the challenge of 70.3 and soon Ironman racing and he is performing to the highest level, of course!
We wish him a speedy season and more great results!