A lot of professional cycling teams rely on CEMA's products. We are pleased to support some of these top teams as loyal partners. The fact that these teams and other, non-sponsored ProTour teams count on our know-how and fully choose our high-quality products is great confirmation for us.


The Lotto cycling teams are a big name in the cycling world. Since 1985, the National Lottery has linked the name of its strong Lotto brand to the cycling team. From 2023, the National Lottery will join forces with the Belgian technology company Dstny. In all those years, the team has made a name for itself thanks to its offensive spirit, winning mentality and investments in young Belgian cycling talent. Lotto Dstny shows itself annually at a global level and has won the biggest races such as the Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix and many stages in the Tour de France.

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Team Jayco-ALula

As of January 1, 2023, GreenEDGE Cycling is called Team Jayco AlUla. 

As GreenEDGE Cycling embarks on its 12th season in the WorldTour peloton, AlUla's added commitment and support reflects the organisation's upward trajectory, which has seen the Australian outfit attract new and exciting partners in recent years. 

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Pauwels sauces - Bingoal

Pauwels Sauces - Bingoal, founded in 2007, has developed into one of the leading teams in cyclocross. The successes have been numerous in recent seasons. The highlights: the overall victory in the World Cup 2021-2022 for team leader Eli Iserbyt and the European titles in 2022 for Michael Vanthourenhout and Fem van Empel. It took the team to the number one position in the global UCI ranking - where the team hopes to stay for the next few seasons!

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Chantal Haenen

De regerend wereldkampioene Chantal Haenen (NL) koos specifiek voor CEMA lager componenten voor het opbouwen van haar handbike, de fiets met welke ze op het WK in Glasgow haar Wereldtitel verlengde.

Because the professionals of tomorrow are being made today, we at CEMA are also happy to contribute to this. So we don't lose sight of recreational and youth teams from the various disciplines.