Laura Trott leaves Wigge Honda


Double Olympic track cycling champion Laura Trott has this week announced her move to the Belgium based British team Matrix Fitness Vulpine, a semi-professional outfit that will discover in November if their application for professional status for the 2015 season has been approved by the International Cycling Union (UCI).


Laura Trott wins National Road Race 2013


Trott who joined Wiggle-Honda in 2013, along with team pursuit team mates Dani King and Joanna Rowsell, will move to Matrix Fitness Vulpine for 2015 season.  A move which will allow her the best build up to the 2016 Rio Games.


Trott, who is the current British Road Race champion, will ride a mix of professional and domestic races and it is expected that her first race for her new team will be the Women's Tour of Great Britain in May next year.


Team Manager, Stephan Wyman, talked ing to BBC Sport said “Laura is a massive talent no matter what she does, but primarily she is a track cyclist and we are here to help her prepare for the Rio Olympics.  To have a someone like Laura in British stripes for us will be fantastic."


Laura Trott


Trott, who in addition to the national road race title, won the Women’s Grand Prix in London this year told Sky Sports News HQ  “I have had an amazing two years with Wiggle Honda.  They have done all they can with me and really supported me as a track rider, but I have decided to move away from Wiggle and join the Matrix Vulpine team…  With it being two years away from Rio, I want to knuckle down and cut out as much travelling as I can and I feel Matrix is the way to do that.”



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