303 project Announces 2019 Roster
Colorado based UCI Continental Professional Cycling Team
roster features riders from four continents
Boulder, CO, Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019… Nicholas Greeff, owner and manager of 303 project professional cycling team, today announced the full roster of pro cyclists set to ride for the UCI Professional Cycling Team in 2019. The Boulder, Colorado based 303 project’s line-up could be one of the most internationally diverse teams based in the United States, as its 2019 roster includes riders from four continents and six countries.
Twelve of the 13 riders on the team’s 2019 roster are returnees, as lone newcomer, Johan van Zyl, joins 303 project after riding for UCI World Tour team Dimension Data in 2018. The average age of the riders is 26, with American Eric Brunner the youngest at 20-years and one month. Rolando Gonzalez of Costa Rica, 39, is the eldest on the squad.
Following strong team and individual performances in 2018, the 303 project is quickly establishing itself as a major up-and-coming team on the U.S. pro cycling scene. The team had strong showings in the Tour of Utah and Colorado Classic, and its 2018 season also featured some top individual performances. Griffin Easter captured a stage in the Tour de Beauce, and was named the Most Combative Rider during Stage 2 of the Tour of Utah. Eric Brunner finished second in the Tulsa Tough River Parks Criterium, while newcomer van Zyl started a combined total of 21 one-day, and stage races, including Paris-Nice, Paris-Roubaix and La Vuelta España.
Up next for 303 project riders will be the team’s first training camp of 2019, scheduled for February 6-12, in Walnut Creek, CA. During the training camp, Greeff and his 303 project support staff will host a variety of programs designed to prepare the riders for the season ahead. Such programs will include training rides, team building exercises, character coaching session, sponsor relations, meet and greet opportunities.
Media interested in attending the camp are asked to please contact Greeff at Nicholas@303project.com.
[COMPLETE 2019 ROSTER FOLLOWS]
303 project 2019 Roster
NAME COUNTRY BIRTHDAY 2018 TEAM
Tony Baca Mexico 28 Aug 1991 303 Project
Eric Brunner USA 1 Dec 1998 303 Project
Flavio De Luna Mexico 26 Jan 1990 303 Project
Cullen Easter USA 27 Oct 1987 303 Project
Griffin Easter USA 6 Nov 1991 303 Project
Grant Ellwood USA 5 Nov 1996 303 Project
Bernat Font Mas Spain 7 Feb 1994 303 Project
Rolando Gonzalez Costa Rica 10 Jan 1980 303 Project
Isaiah Newkirk USA, 12 May 1990 303 Project
Jake Silverberg USA 18 May 1996 303 Project
Austin Stephens USA 11 May 1993 303 Project
Chris Winn Australia 12 Mar 1984 303 Project
Johann van Zyl South Africa 2 Feb 1991 Dimension Data
About 303 project
303 project is an UCI Continental Professional Cycling team based in Boulder, Colorado, which competes in races across North America. The team is comprised of 18 riders ranging in ages 19-39. In addition to road cycling, the team competes in track cycling, mountain biking, cyclocross, and fat tire racing. 303 project seeks to connect people to cycling, the simple joy of riding, and the positive impact bicycles have on our communities and our environment.
303 Project enjoys the support of our corporate partners Peet’s Coffee, KIND, Cuore of Switzerland, Northweek, Roval, Shimano, Pioneer, Science in Sport, Training Peaks
For more information, please visit the303 project website.
Media Contact:Nicholas Greeff, Nicholas@303project.com
303 project is an UCI Continental Professional Cycling team based in Boulder, Colorado, which competes in races across North America. The team is comprised of 14 riders ranging in ages 19-39. In addition to road cycling, the team competes in track cycling, mountain biking, cyclocross, and fat tire racing. 303 project seeks to connect people to cycling, the simple joy of riding, and the positive impact bicycles have on our communities and our environment.
303 Project enjoys the support of our corporate partners Peet’s Coffee, KIND, Cuore of Switzerland, TIME, 4iiii, FSA, Northweek, Roval, Shimano, Science in Sport, Training Peaks
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