Racing is embedded in our DNA and is part of our history. Founded by an ex-professional cyclist, run for 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 is a brief history of who we have supported, who's been part of our test team and of course who's 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. 


Vito-Feirense-Blackjack is a Professional Portuguese Team with a deep tradition in European cycling, including several victories, namely in the Tour of Portugal and Vuelta a Madrid.


Triathlete Vanessa Pereira holds the Ironman National Record, a win in the Long Distance World Championships and a top 10 ranking in the Elite Long Distance Triathlon.


The late Jonathan Cantwell was an Australian professional cyclist who rode the Tour de France on UCI World Tour team Saxobank and finished his career at Drapac Pro Cycling.


Team BCX was South Africa's top cycling team with SwiftCarbon as official technical partner for both road and MTB races, winning several local races.


From 2014 - 2016 SwiftCarbon was Drapac Professional Cycling's official technical partner, yielding victories at the highest level, highlighted by Wouter Wipperts win on stage 6 at the 2015 Tour Down Under.


South African mountain biker Adriaan Louw represented Contego Cycling Team at the Absa Cape Epic. Louw played an important role in the development of our full suspension mountain bike project.


NFTO was a British UCI Continental team. "Not For The Ordinary" they took a fresh approach to the pro cycling scene and won over many fans. Supported by SwiftCarbon in 2014, Adam Blythe won the RideLondon-Surrey Classic.

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