Trek-Segafredo ready to punch above their weight in 2021

BIELSKOBIALA POLAND AUGUST 07 Mads Pedersen of Denmark and Team Trek Segafredo World Champion Jersey and Yellow Leader Jersey Ryan Mullen of Ireland and Team Trek Segafredo Edward Theuns of Belgium and Team Trek Segafredo Emils Liepins of Latvia and Team Trek Segafredo Alex Kirsch of Luxembourg and Team Trek Segafredo Peloton during the 77th Tour of Poland 2020 Stage 3 a 2031km stage from Wadowice to BielskoBiaa 433m TourdePologne tdp20 on August 07 2020 in BielskoBiala Poland Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
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The Trek-Segafredo men’s team aim to improve yet again and to punch above their weight in 2021, targeting the Classics, Grand Tours and other stage races, as they fight for a position amongst the best teams in the WorldTour.

Trek-Segafredo’s experience and well-oiled team structure make them one of the most consistent teams in the peloton. Their budget is said to be somewhat lower than the likes of Ineos Grenadiers, Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates, but Team Manager Luca Guercilena is not afraid to take on his wealthier rivals.

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