Indeed, the 2017 team is powered by the all new range Devinci bicycle. The technology behind the brand new bikes Leo Sl provides stability and exceptional stiffness. Their light weight and flexibility make it an upright bike first choice for the team.
I started cycling at the age of 14, but I quickly took a liking to the sport as soon as I started pedaling. Adept of pain on my bike (!), I am not afraid to push myself either for me or for my teammates. The concept of team spirit is very important to me. I am also an alpine ski coach and I study in Enjeux internationaux at Cégep de Saint-Laurent.
I define myself as a humanities student and a cyclist. In my opinion, discipline is essential and excellence is my only goal. I am very reliable when it comes to my passions.
This year will be my second season with the team. They call me «ti-jeune», because I am young, but mostly because of my juvenile attitude, my energy and my impertinent comments. My playground is the passes (which do not exist in Quebec) and so you may meet me on Camilien-Houde, the only climb worthy of the name in Montreal.
I am a young latino and who has been cycling for 9 years now. I am a sprinter and I love dirty finishes . Otherwise, I like to laugh and make people laugh. Call me, THE BRONZE
I started my career as Mountain biker. In U23, I started on the road and I loved it very much. I particularly like tough and demanding races with a lot of elevation where watts / kg make a difference.
I am the most awkward person you will ever meet but I love to have fun! As a machinist by trade I have a passion for making (the process of building and designing things).
I race since 2014. I study in criminology at Université de Montréal. When I'm not in a classroom, I am on my bike or I sleep.
Hi! My name is Steve and I live in Gatineau, Quebec. My favourite places to ride are in the Gatineau Park during fall when the leaves are changing colour.
I am deeply passionate about cycling. I have taken part in road biking races from a young age and I am now ready to give it all to this team in a different way. Even if I stopped racing for 6 years now, I try to stay in shape and participate in a few mountain bike races. Competition is like a second nature to me! I graduated from a journalism program in cegep and I now study history at UQÀM.
I’ve discovered cycling 23 years ago after being forced to quit track and field due to a knee injury. I fell in love with this sport and especially the team management. After only one season of racing, I’ve started my own team CCV4. 22 years later, I’m still managing the team and I’m always happy to begin a new season!