This page focuses on Trek – Segafredo Cycling Team 2023.
You can find information about the men’s team 2023 plans for the Grand Tours, the bikes and wears details, and the complete list roster.
Ultimately, I will document each rider’s bike size and link it to this page.
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Focussing On 2023 Season
During the 2022-2023 inter-season, the Trek – Segafredo team had five riders leaving the team for some Continental squads.
Only three new riders joined the Trek – Segafredo team for the 2023 season.
They are the 2023 U23 Cyclocross World Champion, Thibau Nys (ex- Baloise – Trek Lions), Natnael Tesfatsion (ex- Drone Hopper – Androni Giocattoli), and Mathias Vacek (ex- Gazprom – RusVelo).
Trek – Segafredo is a WorldTour team and its UCI abbreviation TFS on UCI races.
Quinn Simmons, Jasper Stuyven, Mads Pedersen, Alex Kirsch, Daan Hoole, and Edward Theuns are racing Paris-Roubaix 2023.
Mads Pedersen, Jasper Stuyven, Natnael Tesfatsion, Alex Kirsch, Julio Ciccone, Dario Cataldo, and Bauke Mollema are chasing some stages win on the Giro d’Italia 2023.
Mattias Skjelmose, Mads Pedersen, Jasper Stuyven, Juan Pedro López (aka Juanpe), Alex Kirsch, and Bauke Mollema are chasing the Maillot Jaune on the Tour de France 2023.
Juanpe López, Antwan Tolhoek, Jon Aberasturi, and Giulio Ciccone are racing the Vuelta a Espana 2023 with the ambition to repeat Lopez’s great performance as he did on the Giro 2022.
Trek 2023 Road Bikes
As the sponsor indicates, the Trek – Segafredo Cycling Team races on Trek road bikes.
The main road bikes are the Trek Emonda for mountain races, Trek Domane on races like the Paris-Roubaix, and the Trek Madone for the sprinters and fast-rolling hills races.
The Trek road bikes of the Trek – Segafredo team are assembled with the Sram Red eTap AXS 12-speed groupset tuned with Kogel Ceramic bearings.
The wheels are the Bontrager Aeolus, which is the components brand of Trek, and rolling on Pirelli P-Zero tubeless and tubular tires.
Obviously, the rim heights and tire types and sizes depend on the race’s profile.
The bikes are lubricated, and the chains are waxed with Split Second lubricants line.
The Trek – Segafredo rider’s three contact points are a Bontrager handlebar/stem combo wrapped with Bontrager bar tape, a Bontrager saddle, and the Time XPro pedals, which Sram acquired in 2022.
The live data coming from the Quark Power Meter, Core body temperature sensor, and Wahoo heart rate monitor are monitored on the Wahoo Elemnt GPS cycling computer.
The riders of Trek – Segafredo Cycling Team wear Trek helmets, 100% sunglasses, Santini team cycling jerseys, bib-shorts, gloves, and socks.
The whole team wears Bontrager cycling shoes, in white color, of course.
Trek – Segafredo Cycling Team 2023 Roster
ABERASTURI Jon (1m73)
BARONCINI Filippo (1m88)
BERNARD Julien (1m76)
BRUSTENGA Marc (1m90)
CATALDO Dario (1m75)
CICCONE Giulio (1m76)
ELISSONDE Kenny (1m69)
GALLOPIN Tony (1m80)
GHEBREIGZABHIER Amanuel (1m87)
HELLEMOSE Asbjørn (1m92)
HOELGAARD Markus (1m87)
HOOLE Daan (1m98)
KIRSCH Alex (1m94)
LIEPIŅŠ Emīls (1m74)
LÓPEZ Juan Pedro (1m70)
MOLLEMA Bauke (1m81)
MOSCA Jacopo (1m73)
NYS Thibau (1m76)
PEDERSEN Mads (1m79)
SIMMONS Quinn (1m85)
SKJELMOSE Mattias (1m79)
SKUJIŅŠ Toms (1m78)
STUYVEN Jasper (1m86)
TESFATSION Natnael (1m75)
THEUNS Edward (1m83)
TIBERI Antonio (1m82)
TOLHOEK Antwan (1m78)
VACEK Mathias (1m88)
VERGAERDE Otto (1m80)
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