Unno Cycles has announced the formation of the Primal Unno Project factory team for the upcoming 2023 UCI DH World Cup season, and it's already generating a lot of buzz in the mountain biking world. The team will be led by talented and experienced rider Angel Suarez, who had an excellent season last year and is expected to continue performing at a high level.
Suarez's inclusion in the team is a significant development, as he is widely regarded as one of the best downhill mountain bikers in the world. With his skills and experience, he will undoubtedly be a major asset to the Primal Unno Project factory team as they take on the toughest competition in the sport.
In addition to Suarez, the team will feature another talented rider, Ike Klaassen, and will be managed by Niko Velasco. The team will also be riding on a prototype of the new Unno Ever bike, which is generating a lot of excitement and anticipation among fans of the brand.
The team's announcement has also generated attention because of its sponsors, including well-known brands like Alpinestars, Enve, TRP, Schwalbe, Fox, and Crankbrothers. Additionally, there's been talk of a new brand of high-end components called Primal, which has yet to be officially presented but has had the support of Unno for its development over the past year.
Overall, the Primal Unno Project factory team's announcement is a big deal for the mountain biking community, and Angel Suarez's involvement is just one of the many reasons why. Fans of the sport will undoubtedly be eagerly anticipating the start of the 2023 UCI DH World Cup season to see how the team performs.