22 Oct 2018

TP Racing CX team joins Vision family.

A new UCI CX team joins Vision family! It’s TP Racing, created to build on the incredible success of young British Cyclo-cross riders in recent seasons.

The team will be lead by former World, European and National junior Cyclo-cross champion Tom Pidcock.

«We are proud of our partnership with a young and ambitious team like TP Racing – said Maurizio Bellin, General Manager of FSA Europe. – Vision has always believed in the importance of sponsorships growing with the sponsored teams. Furthermore, the suggestions of athletes who ride the most important races of the UCI CX calendar will be very precious in order to increase the visibility and the awareness of our products, in addition to the technical quality that we want to provide for the riders».

TP Racing is registered to the London based sports management, marketing and events company, Trinity Sports Management, who work extensively in cycling and who manage Tom’s career on and off the bike. The British talent Thomas Pidcock will be joined by fellow British riders Dan Tulett, a former National Junior Mountain Bike champion, and female British rider Emily Wadsworth.

Vision will supply TP Racing Team selecting a top of the line wheelset to face the trail, gravel, mud, sand of CX races. The riders will be provided with Metron 40 SL Disc Tubular, a very versatile carbon wheelset, victorious on the cyclocross courses, the cobbles of the spring classics and the torturous mountain stages over the last years.

Tom Pidcock, current U23 British National Cyclo-cross Champion, is excited to begin racing for his new team:

«I had a good break after the Tour of Britain and have slowly been building up to the start of the Cross season. TP Racing has compiled a world class list of partners, and I am excited to show off my new kit this coming weekend.»

We are looking forward to a successful season as technical sponsor and we are sure that the quality and the design of our products will guarantee the best performances for Thomas Pidcock and his teammates.