SeaSucker collaborates with all kinds of ambassadors. Professional cycling teams, road racers, TV personalities, cyclocross, et cetera. Nevertheless, they have all passion for SeaSucker products in common. So in this way, we would like to introduce you to our ambassadors:
The biggest Dutch cycling team is doing great. The team claimed 33 victories in 2018 and is determined to even improve that in 2019. That should be possible with multiple world champions like Tony Martin & Wout van Aert as newbies.
On top of that, Team Jumbo-Visma is the first WorldTour team that uses the innovative team rack of SeaSucker. The UCI has the same team rack at important events like the world championships.
Two-time Belgian champion cyclocross Klaas Vantornout quited cycling, but has stil an eye for quality. From the beginning, he is fascinated by the SeaSucker products. At the moment, he still uses the SeaSucker Talon HUSKE for his training rides, because he travels a lot by car and as he is also still pasionated by the bike.
The Flemish Lion has numerous victories. He became world champion on the road, won multiple times the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, it's just a selection from his brilliant career. As during his career, Museeuw is still regularly on the road with his car and bike. Thanks to the SeaSucker Talon and SeaSucker Bomber, his bike transport has become easier and it also saves valuable space in his car.
A famous Belgian TV presenter. Every year, he presents the succesful talk show 'Vive le Vélo' during the Tour de France. He travels a lot, but he also likes cycling. Fortunately, he can combine those two with the SeaSucker Mini Bomber. By doing so, he was even able to take his bike with him during a busy Tour de France!
Participant of the world championship in Innsbruck for Belgium. In a race with a lot of difficulties, he perfomed really well along the world top cyclists. By doing so, he proved himself as a valuable rider in the peloton. Meurisse rides for Wanty-Groupe Gobert and with this team, he would also like to show himself in the Tour de France, the biggest cycling event in the world.