SD Worx extends sponsorship early committing through to end of 2026

SIENA ITALY MARCH 05 LR Demi Vollering of Netherlands race winner Lotte Kopecky of Belgium Ashleigh Moolman Pasio of South Africa in third place and Chantal Van Den Broek Blaak of Netherlands and Team SD Worx celebrate the victory after the Eroica 8th Strade Bianche 2022 Womens Elite a 136km one day race from Siena to Siena Piazza del Campo 321m StradeBianche on March 05 2022 in Siena Italy Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
SD Worx at Strade Bianche 2022, which was won by Lotte Kopecky (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

SD Worx was signed up to take over the title sponsorship of the world’s number one team from Boels Dolmans through to the end of 2024 but, even though there are multiple seasons of the agreement still left, the payroll and human resources provider has now committed to an additional two years. 

“Already having certainty about the next 4.5 years, that is exceptional in cycling,” SD Worx team manager Erwin Janssen said in a statement. “As a cycling team, it is very important that you can work on the future in peace and continuity.

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Simone Giuliani
Australia Editor

Simone is a degree-qualified journalist that has accumulated decades of wide-ranging experience while working across a variety of leading media organisations. She joined Cyclingnews as a Production Editor at the start of the 2021 season and has now moved into the role of Australia Editor. Previously she worked as a freelance writer, Australian Editor at Ella CyclingTips and as a correspondent for Reuters and Bloomberg. Cycling was initially purely a leisure pursuit for Simone, who started out as a business journalist, but in 2015 her career focus also shifted to the sport.