BikeExchange complete women's roster with six new riders in 2022

Team BikeExchange line up for Dwars door Vlaanderen 2021
Team BikeExchange line up for Dwars door Vlaanderen 2021 (Image credit: Getty Images)

Team BikeExchange Jayco, newly named in 2022, have finalised their 13-rider roster for the women's squad. The Australian Women's WorldTeam have signed six new riders to race alongside seven returning riders that offer a wide range of strengths and versatility. 

"Next year is really exciting for us as we have six new riders joining us, all with different strengths. This is something that I think will be to our advantage, having a real variety of riders that can challenge for the victory from many different race scenarios," Head Sport Director, Martin Vestby said.

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