Jumbo-Visma 2023 Men Team


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Jumbo-Visma is a professional cycling team based in the Netherlands. The team competes in road cycling events at the UCI WorldTeam level, including the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, and Vuelta a España.

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It is impressive to observe how it took only 10 years for Jumbo-Visma to go from the lowest-ranked UCI WorldTeam to reaching the number one spot at the end of the 2022 season.
The team is sponsored by Jumbo Supermarkets and Visma, a Norwegian software company.

Five New Riders

Five new riders of Jumbo-Visma 2023 men. Valter, Tratnik, Van Baarle, Kelderman, and Gloag on their bikes
Five new riders of Jumbo-Visma 2023 men. Valter, Tratnik, Van Baarle, Kelderman, and Gloag / Photo courtesy Jumbo-Visma

Jumbo-Visma is known for its strong lineup of riders, which includes several top contenders for overall victories in Grand Tours. Some of the notable riders on the team include Jonas Vingegaard, Primoz Roglic, Wout Van Aert, Christophe Laporte, and Sep Kuss.

In 2022, the team has had success in both stage races and one-day classics, with riders such as Wout Van Aert, Primoz Roglic, and Jonas Vingegaard all winning major titles, including the Tour de France 2022.

For 2023, Jumbo-Visma is adding more strong riders to its squad.
The five new riders are Dylan Van Baarle, ex-Ineos, winner of Paris-Roubaix 2022 (in front of Wout Van Aert). Van Baarle rides the same races as Wout Van Aert.

Wilco Kelderman, returning to Jumbo-Visma as he was part of the team during three seasons from 2013 to 2016. Kelderman has experience in Grand Tours racing with a top 5 General Classification (GC) finish on the three majors. His 2023 mission is to support Roglic on the Giro d’Italia.

Jan Tratnik, the Slovenia Individual Time Trial Champion has experience on Grand tours too and will be joining Roglic on the Giro d’Italia.
Attila Valter, the young Hungarian has already raced three Giro d’Italia. His experience is likely to be used on one of the three Grand Tours.

Thomas Gloag is a young British rider who joined Jumbo-Visma as a trainee in August 2022. He is racing his first season as a WorldTour professional rider in 2023 and will certainly learn from the best.

You might also be interested in Jumbo-Visma 2022 Cycling Team to compare with 2023.

2023 Races Plans of Jumbo-Visma

Roglic, Van Aert, and Vingegaard wearing Jumbo-Visma 2023 jersey and new bikes setup
Roglic, Van Aert, and Vingegaard wearing Jumbo-Visma 2023 jersey and new bikes setup / Courtesy of Jumbo-Visma

The pro cycling season starts in Australia with the Tour Down Under.
Rohan Dennis, Milan Vader, Lennard Hofstede, Timo Roosen, Mick Van Dijke, Jos Van Emden, and Robert Gesink are racing the Tour Down Under 2023.

Wout Van Aert, Dylan Van Baarle, Christophe Laporte, and Nathan Van Hooydonck are selected to race the Paris-Roubaix 2023.

Edoardo Affini, Koen Bouwman, Tobias Foss, Robert Gesink, Michel Hessmann, Jan Tratnik, Wilco Kelderman, and Primoz Roglic are pre-selected to race the 2023 Giro d’Italia.

Jonas Vingegaard will defend his 2022 victory with Christophe Laporte, Wout Van Aert, Dylan Van Baarle, Nathan Van Hooydonck, Tesj Benoot, Sep Kuss, and Steven Kruijswijk riding the Tour de France 2023.

For the Vuelta a Espana, the team director explains the selection will be done in June 2023 depending on the riders’ physical condition.

The bikes of Jumbo-Visma 2023

Wout Van Aert’s Cervelo bike with Sram Red 12-speeds group, Wahoo Speedplay pedals / Photo courtesy to Jumbo-Visma

After winning the Tour de France 2022, Jumbo-Visma has been busy re-shuffling the 180 bikes set-up. That’s the number of bikes between the three Jumbo-Visma road bike teams.

In addition to its men’s team, Jumbo-Visma also fields a women’s team that competes at the UCI Women’s WorldTeam level.

For 2023, Jumbo-Visma is racing with the Cervelo R5, S5, Caledonia, and P5 for the Time Trial races.
The SRAM Red 12-speed groupset replaces the Shimano Dura-Ace. The SRAM Red crankset features the integrated Quark PowerMeter.

The wheels are the Reserve, in Tubeless and Tubular type. They are rolling on the Vittoria tires. Mostly on the Vittoria Corsa Pro.

The pedals are the Wahoo Speedplay, and the cycling shoes are the handmade Nimbl, also replacing the Shimano Dura-Ace.
The saddle and bar tape are from Fizik.

I am a bit surprised to not see the Time pedals on the Jumbo-Visma new bike setup, as SRAM bought the pedals in 2022.

Garmin remains the provider of GPS cycling computers.
The riders of the team optimize their training with Supersapiens.

The riders of the Jumbo-Visma team wear Lazer Strada KinetiCore, Genesis, and Volante Kineticore helmets, Oakley sunglasses, Agu cycling jersey, and bib shorts.

You might also be interested in Jumbo-Visma TT hand-made cycling shoes.

As time goes, I will add more bike sizes linked with each rider’s name below. Make sure to check from time to time.

Jumbo-Visma 2023 Men team Roster

AFFINI Edoardo
BENOOT Tiesj
BOUWMAN Koen
DENNIS Rohan (1m82)
FOSS Tobias
GESINK Robert
GLOAG Thomas
HESSMANN Michel
HOFSTEDE Lennard
KELDERMAN Wilco
KOOIJ Olav
KRUIJSWIJK Steven (1m78)
KUSS Sepp (1m80)
LAPORTE Christophe (1m91)
LEEMREIZE Gijs
OOMEN Sam
ROGLIČ Primož (1m77)
ROOSEN Timo
TRATNIK Jan
VADER Milan
VALTER Attila
Wout VAN AERT (1m90)
Dylan VAN BAARLE
Tosh VAN DER SANDE
Mick VAN DIJKE
Tim VAN DIJKE
Jos VAN EMDEN
Nathan VAN HOOYDONCK
VINGEGAARD Jonas (1m75)

General Manager: Richard Plugge
Directeur Sportif: Merijn Zeeman

Assistant Directeurs Sportifs:
Addy Engels
Arthur van Dongen
Grischa Niermann
Maarten Wynants
Marc Reef
Mathieu Heijboer
Michal Szyszkowski
Robert Wagner
Sierk-Jan de Haan

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