Le Col increase and extend partnership with the team

Drops Cycling are incredibly pleased to announce the extension of our partnership with Le Col, the British performance cycling apparel brand.

This extension supersedes the current partnership’s second year and extends for a further season will see Le Col remain title sponsor until the end of 2023. We are proud to be partnered with Le Col, a British based, performance focused company who share so many of our ideals. Over the last year alone Le Col have launched an industry leading aero project, showing their cutting edge design technology and commitment to producing the fastest kit in the world. We are excited to continue our growth and development with Le Col and offer our riders a clear performance benefit as they race in Le Col.

Team Manager Tom Varney said “2022 will be the fourth year in partnership with Le Col and this increased investment shows Le Col’s commitment to both our team and women’s cycling. This will allow the team to continue to grow and close the gap to the World Tour level. It’s fantastic that they are also our clothing partner that work with us to develop some of the fastest and best-performing, most eye-catching women’s kit available. I want to thank them for their trust in our project.’ 

Yanto Barker, founder of Le Col and former pro-cyclist ‘Drops-Le Col are an incredibly exciting team, with some of the strongest young bike racers. It’s been an honour to work with the Drops team for the past few seasons, and we are looking forward to that relationship continuing as Le Col pledge to triple our investment in title sponsorship. Our commitment goes beyond the kit, and with the Drops-Le Col team we have a collective set of matched goals, values and ideas to work on.’