Belgian WorldTour team Deceuninck – Quick-Step have renewed their agreement with bike suppliers Specialized. The world’s No. 1 team will use the California-based Specialized bikes and equipment for two more years.
Speaking of the agreement, Deceuninck – Quick-Step CEO Patrick Lefevere said: ‘“We are very happy to announce that we have signed for two more years with Specialized. Deceuninck – Quick-Step and Specialized have had a long and beautiful history together, and having a company which listens to, embraces, and builds bikes and equipment to the needs of us and our riders is one of the keys to our success.
“We have no doubt we are racing the best bikes in the world and the support that we continually receive from them is unrivalled. They always take on board our thoughts and feedback and use it to develop equipment that is at the cutting edge of cycling technology. We look forward to enjoying many more memorable victories together!”
This was echoed by Scott Jackson, Specialized Road Sports Marketing Manager: “We have been very honoured to be partners with Deceuninck – Quick-Step and for so many years. Not only has the team achieved iconic victories on Specialized bikes, they have also been a key part of our development process for our bikes and equipment. As we look to the future of our company and our sport, we look to Patrick and his team to be key partners for success.”