Since their olympic title 1996 Bart Brentjens and MAGURA have been strong partners. Now Bart´s team gets ready for a new chapter. #allezparis2024
Ever since Bart Brentjens won the very first Olympic mountain bike race in Atlanta in 1996 with MAGURA HS brakes, all neon-coloured brakes have been synonymous with pure racing sport! Many years have passed but Bart & MAGURA are still on the hunt and ready for a new chapter. In his role as team manager bart and his athletes are now fully focusing one the olympic games 2024 in paris.
„This year is the 15th season for our Mountainbike Team, but today it feels like a totally new start! It is very nice to work so close with the team and the sponsors. With Janika Loiv and Ole Sigurd Rekdahl we have another two strong riders to the Team. I am looking forward to the Olympic Games in Paris 2024 and the road to get there with the team.”
- Bart Brentjens
At the headquarters of KMC, the legendary duo Rob Warner - well known from the ‘former’ Redbull TV productions of the UCI World Cup Series and Bart Brentjens presented the brand new KMC MTB Racing Team 2023. The new team will exists of Yana Belomoina (National Champion of Ukraine), Lotte Koopmans (The Netherlands), Janika Loiv (National Champion of Estonia), Sasha Hudyma (National Champion XCC of Ukraine), Ole Sigurd Rekdahl (National Champion XCC of Norway), Martins Blums (National Champion of Latvia) and Dutch Champion XCO David Nordemann (The Netherlands).
Besides the new main sponsor for the team and a brand new team kit the team will also ride with a new bike sponsor, Ridley.
MAGURA provides raceline yellow MT8 brakes and in line with the #customizeyourbrake setup all athletes can choose between different levers, rotors and brake pads.
Photographer @Vincent Engel Photography