This page focuses on the EF Education-EasyPost 2023 cycling team. It serves as a hub for each rider as I review each rider’s bike size and specification throughout the season(s).
You might use this page as a reference to find out who rides what, especially in terms of frame size.
What size of Cannondale bike is a professional rider from the team EF Education-EasyPost?
It is what I am documenting through this dedicated page.
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The EF Education-EasyPost Cycling Team is a USA team based in the south of France for the convenience of racing the WorldTour.
For the season 2023, four new riders joined the team EF Education-EasyPost.
The four riders are new to the team but they are not debutants. They are Andrey Amador (ex-Ineos Grenadiers), Richard Carapaz (ex-Ineos Grenadiers) who is the current Olympic Road race chapion and 2019 Giro d’Italia winner.
The two other experienced riders are Stefan De Bod (ex-Astana Qazaqstan) and Mikkel Honore (ex-Quick Step Alpha Vinyl).
Grand Tours Plans
DOULL Owain, SHAW James, KEUKELEIRE Jens, SCULLY Tom, VAN DEN BERG Marijn, RUTSCH Jonas, VAN DEN BERG Julius are racing the Paris-Roubaix 2023.
URÁN Rigoberto, CORT Magnus, HEALY Ben, CARTHY Hugh, DE BOD Stefan, BETTIOL Alberto, CAICEDO Jonathan Klever, and CEPEDA Jefferson Alexander are racing the Giro d’Italia 2023.
Richard Carapaz, Magnus Cort, Rigoberto Uran, Andrey Amador, and Mikkel Honore are riding the Tour de France 2023 intending to win the General Classification.
Richard Carapaz and Hugh Carthy are racing the Vuelta a Espana 2023. More names will be confirmed after the Tour de France.
For 2023 too, Cannondale is the sponsor of EF Education-EasyPost Cycling Team.
The team rides the Cannondale SuperSix EVO for mountain stages and Cannondale SystemSix EVO for flat and fast rolling hills.
This year, or at the beginning of the season I should say, the frames are two colors scheme featuring a flat silver front triangle and the “EF Team’s Pink” on the rear triangle.
“LAB71” is printed on the seat tube hinting at Cannondale’s “Secret lab” and the year 1971, the year the Cannondale brand was founded.
So, we may expect some new collector Cannondale bikes this year for the team riders who did not get a SuperSix EVO Leichtbau last year.
The EF Education-EasyPost team races their Cannondale bikes equipped with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9200 transmission and brakes.
The crankset and chainrings are from FSA.
The Cannondale bike roll on Vision Tech carbon wheels mounted on Vittoria tubular and tubeless tires.
The three touch points of the riders with their bike are Vision handlebar/stem combo wrapped with Prologo bar tape.
The saddles are the Prologo, and the pedals are the Wahoo Speedplay.
The team uses a Wahoo Elemnt cycling computer to visualize the live data from its Power2Max PowerMeter and WHOOP sensor.
EF Education-EasyPost team riders wear POC helmets and sunglasses, Rapha cycling jerseys, bib-shorts, socks, and gloves.
The team does not have a cycling shoe sponsor at the team level.
Like many other pro teams in the WorldTour, each rider is free to race with the shoes that best fit him.
EF Education-EasyPost 2023 Cycling Team Roster
CAICEDO Jonathan Klever
CAMARGO Diego Andrés
CEPEDA Jefferson Alexander
DE BOD Stefan
EIKING Odd Christian
HONORÉ Mikkel Frølich
VAN DEN BERG Julius
VAN DEN BERG Marijn
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You might be also interested in EF Education-EasyPost 2022 team details linked here.