Pikulik sisters re-sign with Human Powered Health through 2026


Daria and Wiktoria Pikulik, the dynamic sprinting duo, have committed to Human Powered Health Cycling until 2026, showcasing their dedication to the team’s vision and their mutual success on and off the bike.

For Daria, the extension signifies a continuation of her impressive sprint performances, with recent victories in the Ronde de Mouscron and podium finishes in prestigious races like the Classic Brugge De Panne and the UAE Tour Women. These results solidify her status as one of the world’s top sprinters, a position she aims to maintain and elevate in the coming years.

Reflecting on her journey with the team, Daria expressed her excitement: “I feel that the team really believes in me, and it’s a pleasure for me to work with all the people that are around me at Human Powered Health. I’m grateful and motivated for our next two years together.”

Meanwhile, Wiktoria, in her debut year in the Women’s WorldTour, has proven to be a valuable asset as part of the lead-out train, showcasing her commitment to supporting her teammates and her determination to improve her own performance year by year.

Wiktoria Pikulik
Wiktoria Pikulik

“My first year has been very exciting,” Wiktoria shared. “It’s the top level in the sport, and I’m blessed for the opportunity. I will always try my best to help the team. My goal on this team is to be the best helper that my teammates want, and of course, I want to increase my level year by year.”

The bond between the Pikulik sisters goes beyond the racecourse, originating from their shared passion for cycling since childhood. Hailing from Skarżysko-Kamienna in southern Poland, they have grown into accomplished track and road cyclists, culminating in their partnership in the Madison event at the Tokyo Olympic Games.