Trek World Racing

(2009 - 2015)

History

Following the demise of Team G-Cross Honda, 23 Degrees began working on the concept of a new dual discipline team (XC and DH) to race at World Cup level. After contacting a number of companies in 2008, it was clear that Trek was the perfect partner. They had world class equipment in both disciplines and did not have a major presence on the World Cup scene at the time. In the 7 years that followed the team scored an amazing list of results thanks to its talented roster of athletes which included Aaron Gwin (USA), Lukas and Mathias Flueckiger (SUI), Justin Leov (NZL), Tracy Moseley (GBR), Brook MacDonald (NZL), Neko Mulally (USA), Laurie Greenland (GBR), Emily Batty (CAN), George Brannigan (NZL), Andrew Neethling (RSA) Greg Williamson (GBR) and others.

The team won a total of 4 World Championships, 6 World Cup Titles, won 29 World Cup races, and scored 77 World Cup podiums, making it one of the most successful teams in World Cup history.