Women’s WorldTour tech: Who’s using what in 2021?

Welcome to Cyclingnews‘ first Women’s WorldTour team bikes guide, where you’ll find a full rundown of the 2021 Women’s WorldTeams, the bikes they’ll be riding and the equipment they’ll be using. Just like the men’s WorldTour bikes, we’ll be looking at any changes that have occurred season to season, and […]

Welcome to Cyclingnews‘ first Women’s WorldTour team bikes guide, where you’ll find a full rundown of the 2021 Women’s WorldTeams, the bikes they’ll be riding and the equipment they’ll be using. Just like the men’s WorldTour bikes, we’ll be looking at any changes that have occurred season to season, and in examples where the women’s team is a mirror of the men’s squad, we’ll be highlighting any differences. 

We’re going to focus our attention on the UCI registered Women’s WorldTeams, along with the notable inclusion of Marianne Vos’ new team. As a newly formed team, the Jumbo-Visma Women’s team officially sit at UCI Women’s Continental level in 2021 alongside 31 other teams including Lotto Soudal Ladies, Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling, Rally Cycling and more. However, the Dutch outfit have expressed intent to climb to WorldTeam status in 2022, and with the signing of Vos, they clearly have the talent on board to make it happen. 

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