Team IAM Cycling presentation

It is the time of the year when all the cycling teams bring out their new cyclists to the front with their new equipment, bikes, jerseys, rims, you name it. Most of the pro tour teams have released their new cycling kits, but today was one interesting launch by the Swiss Professional Continental team, Team IAM Cycling. I've been following this team closely because of Kjell Carlström is one of the team directeur sportif, and I'm lucky to know this really nice guy from Finland. Spoke with him just yesterday about the upcoming training camp on Mallorca and the season start. Loads of really interesting stuff. Maybe I could make a small interview with him in the future to introduce you to the team IAM Cycling and what's happening behind the scenes. Below are some pictures from today's official launch. All the pictures are taken by Guillaume Boillot and you'll find his blog on  with more really nice pictures!

 Team IAM Cycling (Photo by Guillaume Boillot)

Team IAM Cycling (Photo by Guillaume Boillot)

 The Team IAM Cycling kit. I really like the colors! (photo by Guillaume Boillot)

The Team IAM Cycling kit. I really like the colors! (photo by Guillaume Boillot)

 Rear view of the jersey (photo by Guillaume Boillot)

Rear view of the jersey (photo by Guillaume Boillot)

 Team IAM Cycling will ride Scott bikes (Foil & Plasma 3) (photo by Guillaume Boillot)

Team IAM Cycling will ride Scott bikes (Foil & Plasma 3) (photo by Guillaume Boillot)

The cyclists for Team IAM Cycling are:

  • Marcel Aregger
  • Marco Bandiera
  • Matthias Brandle
  • Rémi Cusin
  • Stefan Denifl
  • Martin Elmiger
  • Jonathan Fumeaux
  • Kristoff Goddaert
  • Heinrich Haussler
  • Sébastien Hinault
  • Reto Hollenstein
  • Kevyn Ista
  • Dominic Klemme
  • Permin Lang
  • Gustav Larsson
  • Thomas Löfkvist
  • Matteo Pelucchi
  • Alexandr Pliuschin
  • Sébastien Reichenbach
  • Aleksejs Saramotins
  • Patrick Schelling
  • Johann Tschopp
  • Marcel Wyss

Many of you will recognize world class riders on this list, and it will be really interesting to see how the team will do among the pro tour teams in the hard early season races (Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, Milan-San Remo, Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Tour of Oman and Tour of Qatar). 

Read more about Team IAM Cycling:

  • Website: http://www.iamcycling.ch
  • Facebook: www.facebook.com/IAMcycling
  • Twitter: @IAMcyclingFans 

As some of you may have noticed, many of the stuff is still in French, but I'm sure there will be more content in English as well in the future.

And last but not least a short interview with Heinrich Haussler about joining the Team IAM Cycling. He truly is one of the great riders in the peloton.