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For years now the athletes of Team Jumbo-Visma and its predecessors have been riding Shimano. An overview of which bicycle parts of the Japanese brand the Cervélo’s of the three teams are built with.
The Cervélo’s of the World Tour Team are equipped with Shimano Dura-Ace ST-R9170 disc brakes now that Team Jumbo-Visma has completely switched to this braking technology. The men’s team also uses Dura-Ace pedals and drivetrain. The drivetrain includes the chain, front and rear derailleur, crankset, shifters and cassette. The well-known Dura-Ace C40 and C60 wheels will also be seen on the World Tour team’s bikes again this season.
The new women’s team uses Dura-Ace drivetrain, pedals and disc brakes, just like the men’s team. The Development Team bikes are, like last year, equipped with an Ultegra drivetrain, pedals and disc brakes.
In addition to Shimano components all Team Jumbo-Visma riders will use Shimano’s S-PHYRE RC902 premium white competition shoes during road races. Cyclocross riders such as Wout van Aert and Marianne Vos will also use Shimano’s S-PHYRE XC901 off-road race shoe.