Racing is embedded in our DNA and is part of our history. Founded by an ex-professional cyclist, run by former racers and supporting athletes, we have an acute understanding of what makes a bike fast.

As important as our engineers' roles are, feedback from the pros is essential.

Below are our athletes, who're part of our test team and of course who've won on SwiftCarbon bikes. It's also a glimpse of the fabric of our organisation – a summary of who we are and what we are about, and how that defines the degrees, millimetres and radiuses of our bikes.     

W52-FC Porto Team (Portugal)

As of 2019, SwiftCarbon is the Pro Continental Team W52-FC Porto's official technical partner. In the past few seasons, the team has achieved several victories, most notably at the highly contested Tour of Portugal.

Henri Schoeman (South Africa)

South African Henri Schoeman is a professional triathlete competing on the WTS circuit. Riding his Hypervox, he's earned himself a Commonwealth Games gold medal, victory at WTS Leeds and an Olympic bronze medal.

SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling Team (UK)

SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling is a UK-based UCI Continental Team. Touted as a young development team, they're already punching above their weight, with a 5th on final GC at the Tour de Yorkshire, a UCI World Tour race. 


LSR-SwiftCarbon is South Korea's most well-known team, regularly taking top honours in local races. The team embodies our DNA - Always Racing - with their motto Light Speed Racing.

Roberto Rivera (Chile)

Roberto Rivera is an experienced triathlete from Chile. Rivera has competed at the highest level of the sport. Feedback from such athletes allows us to keep developing world-class equipment.

Héctor Quintana (Chile)

Regarded as one of South America's most promising athletes, Héctor Quintana is one of the members of Team Chile, which took gold in the time trial at the South American Youth Games in 2017. We continue our support of developing riders.

Marcel Walkington (Australia)

Marcel Walkington is a professional triathlete from Australia who races on the WTS circuit. His goal is to represent his country at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Walkington is one of our longest serving athletes. 

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