Both sides have a long history in aerodynamic testing. Cervélo brings considerable experience in design and development, whereas British Cycling fully understands their athletes and what they need to succeed.
The partnership has already paid record-setting dividends at the highest levels of the sport. At Rio 2016, Team GB earned six golds and 11 medals on the ground-breaking Cervélo T5GB, the most aerodynamic bike its athletes have ever used.
Now, both Cervélo and British Cycling aim to build on this stunning success at with even more medals at Tokyo 2020.