WorldTour team bike guide 2020

WorldTour Bikes
Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) on the new Giant TCR (Image credit: NDB_Photgraphy)

Welcome to the Cyclingnews round-up of the 2020 men's WorldTour teams and the tech they are using this season. 

The growth of the WorldTour from 18 to 19 teams saw space for even more bike tech to feature. We saw all the new tech at the Tour Down Under in January, as well as a glimpse into the Classics tech at Opening Weekend before racing was halted due to the coronavirus, and while racing is on hold for the time being, teams are taking to indoor cycling tech in order to keep up fitness and exposure. 

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Who's riding what
TeamFramesGroupsetsTurbo TrainersWheelsFinishing Kit
AG2R La MondialeEddy MerckxShimano, RotorEliteMavicDeda Elementi
Astana Pro TeamWilierShimanoTacxCorimaWilier, Prologo, CeramicSpeed
Bahrain-McLarenMeridaShimanoEliteVisionPrologo, FSA, Vision
Bora-HansgroheSpecializedShimanoWahooRovalSpecialized, PRO
CCC TeamGiantShimanoEliteCadexGiant, Cadex
CofidisDe RosaCampagnoloEliteFulcrumSelle Italia, Vision
Deceuninck-QuickStepSpecializedShimanoTacxRovalSpecialized, PRO
EF Pro CyclingCannondaleShimanoTacxVisionVision
Groupama-FDJLapierreShimanoEliteShimanoPRO, Prologo
Team IneosPinarelloShimanoWahooShimanoMOST
Israel Start-Up NationFactor BikesShimanoTacxBlack IncBlack Inc, CeramicSpeed, Selle Italia
Team Jumbo-VismaBianchiShimanoTacxShimanoFSA, Vision, Fizik
Lotto SoudalRidleyCampagnoloTacxCampagnoloDeda Elementi, Selle Italia, C-Bear
Movistar TeamCanyonSRAMEliteZippCanyon, Fizik
NTT Pro Cycling TeamBMCShimano, RotorTacxENVESelle Italia, ENVE, BMC
Team SunwebCerveloShimanoEliteShimanoPRO
UAE Team EmiratesColnagoCampagnoloEliteCampagnoloDeda Elementi
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)
(Image credit: Colin Levitch)

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