Entering its seventh year, and second season as a UCI Continental team, Toronto Hustle prepares for a full season with an extensive calendar made up of signature road events, including the newly formed National Cycling League (NCL), women’s gravel, and community activations to continue their mission to inspire the next generation of riders across the country.
New signings for 2023
The team is excited to announce new signings on the men’s professional roster that include two time Canadian u-23 Champion Carson Miles and Canadian national team track stars Chris Ernst and .
While many look to Europe for professional cycling, Toronto Hustle is doubling down on Canadian athletes and North American racing by continuing to add top talent, and ensuring athletes have access to the biggest races on the continent.
2022 – a year to remember!
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“When you see a Toronto Hustle jersey this year you can count on us playing a big role in the race. We’re here to win and turn some heads along the way,” Matteo Dal-Cin said. “We learned a lot last year stepping up to the UCI professional ranks and we’re building on those learnings with new talent and operational structure.”
The team will once again be focusing on the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) calendar in support of the team’s commitment to the professional racing scene in North America, in addition to lining up as the only foreign team in the National Cycling League. Toronto Hustle will be racing gravel events across North America and will continue to have an extensive community calendar.
Matteo Dal-Cin, Michael Foley returning to Toronto Hustle
● Matteo Dal-Cin – overall winner of the 2022 UCI Tour of Rhodes, several stage wins at Tour of Gila & 2nd at Canadian national ITT
● Michael Foley – 2x national champion in 2022
● Edward Walsh – multiple Canadian national titles and former u-23 National Champion
● Ethan Sittlington – 2nd U23 Canadian nationals ITT
The full team roster will be announced shortly.
Women’s gravel program
Toronto Hustle is also excited to continue their Women’s Gravel Program and further grow the women’s cycling community. For 2023, four riders, including Steph Au and Holly Clarke who return for another…
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