2018 will be a year without Brook MacDonald, Anneke Beerten, Jackson Frew, Sam Dale and Ely Woody in GT Factory Racing’s yellow and blue.
2016 and 2017 are two years that will be added to the legendary logbook of ‘Team GT’. GT Factory Racing 1.0 represented what we all like most; racing at the highest level in the most beautiful locations around the globe with big smiles on our faces. The team built a relationship that will last a lifetime, and there are too many good stories to wrap up in a few words! I truly wish Sambo, Anneke, Brook, Jackson, and Ely a hell of a ride with their next adventures. Thank you all for being part of our crew and for all of the good times. You guys know where to find the good beer and you know there will always be a cold one waiting for you! Cheers, Mark and the entire crew at GT Bicycles. The GT Factory Racing legacy is set to continue in 2018… #srslyfun @annekebeerten @samdale90 @brookmacdonald6 @jackson_frew @elywoody @gtbicycles
Mr. Wheelie Wednesday himself, Wyn Masters looks to be staying put along with the Belgian powerhouse Martin Maes and Junior Women’s World Champion Alessa Missiggia.
Where will the rest end up? Will Brook head back to his old MS Mondraker team with the rumoured departure of Danny Hart to Saracen?
Anneke Beerten has struggled with injury and illness but is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to enduro. What of the multi-talented Jackson Frew? Will we see Sambo pick up a ride for next year?