Anna Trevisi to join Jayco-AlUla in 2024

Anna Trevisi

Team Jayco AlUla is happy to announce that they’ve signed 31-year-old Italian cyclist, Anna Trevisi, for the 2024 season. This brings an experienced rider to their young team. Anna has raced at the top levels of women’s cycling for the past 10 years. She’s well-known in the cycling world and has plenty of experience. This is exactly what the Australian team has been looking for to help the younger members of the squad grow.

Anna is not only brave in races but is also famous for helping her teammates get into the right spots during important parts of big races. She is also able to get her own results when the opportunity arrives. This skill will be a big help for Team Jayco AlUla as they aim to compete at the top levels of the ever-stronger women’s WorldTour.

It marks the second signing of this off-season after Mavi Garcia.

“Anna is a very exciting signing, she will bring her experience of racing over the years to the team, help with the lead-outs and in the sprints where she has done a fantastic job in all the teams that she has raced for over the years.
Anna has great qualities, particularly in her approach leading teammates into the bottom of key climbs, especially in the demanding and tactical races like the classics. She has that aggressive style of racing, and she will bring in that experience that we are lacking a little. We believe Anna will be a great asset to our team which is continuing to grow in all areas.”

Brent Copeland, Jayco-AlUla General Manager

I am really happy to join Team Jayco AlUla, for 2024 they have a new project with Liv, with more new riders joining and when I spoke with Brent Copeland, I had a very good impression. I am happy and feeling ‘proactive’ towards joining this new team.
I am an experienced athlete so I can bring my experience to help the young riders and also do an important job in helping the team in races. I am known as a lead-out rider and a worker, like leading the team sprinter in the peloton throughout the race and ready for the sprint finishes and I hope to continue doing this role well. For next year I hope to achieve some good results personally and also help the team to victories, it looks like a very nice group, so it is exciting to join them.”

Anna Trevisi