Team Sunweb become Team DSM for 2021

Stephen Farrand
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 Team DSM riders show off the new black and blue colours
Team DSM riders show off the new black and blue colours

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Team DSM riders show off the new black and blue colours
Team DSM riders show off the new black and blue colours

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Team DSM will use Scott bikes in 2021
Team DSM will use Scott bikes in 2021

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The back of  Team DSM jersey
The back of Team DSM jersey

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Team DSM manager Iwan Spenbrink
Team DSM manager Iwan Spenbrink

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Team DSM was presented virtually from the DSM Virtual Innovation Center in the Netherlands
Team DSM was presented virtually from the DSM Virtual Innovation Center in the Netherlands

Team Sunweb will become Team DSM in 2021, with the German WorldTour team revealing their new title sponsor and new team colours at a virtual presentation on Friday from DSM's Virtual Innovation Center in the Netherlands.

Iwan Spekenbrink's team have worked with DSM for several years, using the company's Dyneema clothing technology. They have now created what they describe as a strategic partnership to "galvanize wider public action around the importance of the health of people and of the planet".

Romain Bardet will lead the team in Grand Tours after joining from AG2R La Mondiale, with Tour de France stage winners Marc Hirschi and Søren Kragh Andersen and Giro d'Italia revelation Jai Hindley leading the talented group of young riders emerging in the team. The USA's Chad and Ireland's Nicolas Roche provide the experience.

New signings include the USA's Kevin Vermaerke, with Team DSM continuing their Under 23 development squad and successful women's team that includes Coryn Rivera, Leah Kirchmann and junior world champion Megan Jastrab.

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Team DSM will ride Scott bikes equipped with Shimano components in 2021 and have Volvo team cars. Sunweb remain as a partner but the team will no longer have the holiday brand as a title sponsor. The new team colours maintain the team’s two-stripe 'Keep Challenging' design but the red or white Sunweb colours are replaced by an all-black base colour, blue stripes, and DSM’s colourful logo.

More to follow...