Three more years with Jasper!

Jasper Stuyven signs a new deal that will see him racing in the colors of Trek-Segafredo through 2025

For the last 10 years Jasper Stuyven has been racing across the world on a Trek bike, longer than any other rider in the Team, and that’s not due to change anytime soon. It all started in 2012 when he was a fresh-faced 20-year-old: Jasper joined the Bontrager Cycling Team, a development team lead by Axel Merckx, where he raced for two years before leaping with both feet into the WorldTour with Trek Factory Racing.

Jasper takes the win in Volta ao Alentejo racing for the Bontrager Cycling Team in 2013

Fast-forward 10 years. Jasper has matured into a leadership role at Trek-Segafredo, having achieved some great victories along the way. From his first professional win at the Vuelta a España as a neo-pro, to his first monument at Milan-Sanremo last year, Jasper has always been part of the Trek family. It’s rare to see a rider remain with the same team for as long as Jasper has – his new contract will take him to his 12th season with Trek-Segafredo.

“As many know it’s the team where I turned professional and being on this team since the beginning shows how good of a fit we are. With Trek-Segafredo I have felt welcome, valued and supported since the beginning. We’ve had some great wins and moments over the years and I’d love to add some more in the next three years. Above all it’s the team in which I feel at home and have fun riding my bike.”

Jasper's first one-day win: Kuurne-Bruxelles-Kuurne in 2016

What’s next for Jasper?

“During the next three years I’d like to keep building an environment where everyone in the team feels welcomed, valued and gets the maximum satisfaction out of their work, and where personal goals are always team goals and vice versa. Combining that with a team that races as one and has fun being on the road together will help us to share a lot more beautiful moments and victories the coming years!”

Above all it’s the team in which I feel at home and have fun riding my bike.

Another milestone - Jasper takes his first major Classic at Omloop het Nieuwsblad in 2020 (Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

The first (and hopefully not last) Monument victory! (Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images)