Completing the circle

The 2019 season has been a successful one for Scope. Developed in Eindhoven, Netherlands, we were able to see our products presented at a world stage both on the road and off-road. Our 2020 sponsorship line-up will see Scope wheels being raced at the biggest races around the globe.

Completing the Circle

Scope announces 2020 sponsorship line-up

The 2019 season has been a successful one for Scope. Developed in Eindhoven, Netherlands, we were able to see our products presented at a world stage both on the road and off-road.

Belgian ProTeam Wallonie-Bruxelles was an ever active force at the classics. Racing tubeless, the team was on the forefront of pushing this technology. It is, therefore, no surprise that we’re looking forward to another season with the team. And with riders like Tour de France stage winner Jelle Vanendert and one-day specialist Baptiste Planckaert on board, it’s surely going to be a good one.

The same can count for Danish ProTeam Riwal Readynez, who proved their mettle at several week-long stage races. In its second season at the highest level of the sport, the team is looking to further establish itself. To do so, Riwal Readynez has bolstered its roster with World-Tour proven riders like James Shaw and Nick van der Lijke.  The team will use our full line up of tubeless optimized disc brake road wheels.

Rebranded to aBloc cycling, we’re also happy to continue our involvement in one of the longest standing Dutch Continental teams. Having earned their pedigree at races in Europe and Asia, the team is set to continue their streak.

New to our sponsorship line-upon the road are two teams. Japanese team Saitama DreVe will try to turn heads in Japan during their inaugural season. German outfit Team Colonia Kids will add some style to their brute force at crit races in Europe and the USA. Both will race custom built road wheels.

Having transitioned from WorldTour racing to triathlon, Nic Dougall had a standout season in 2019. He finished inside the top10 in every race he took to the start. We’re, therefore, happy to see him continue racing on Scope R5 wheels. Similarly, we’re happy to see 24h Ultra Distance Age Group World Champion Mads Frank tightening the bonds with us.

Young Arne Birkemose is one of Denmark’s most promising track athletes and we’re looking forward to see him competing on our wheels on the boards at the most iconic six-days there are.

To complete our involvement in the sport, we made some extensive changes to out off-road portfolio. We’ll continue working with Swedish XCM stalwart Calle Friberg but are happy to add two big names to the line-up.

In Ariane Lüthi one of the strongest XCM riders of the past decade joins Scope. The reigning Swiss Champion is a 5-time Cape Epic overall winner and will be racing our O2D at the biggest marathons around the globe, including the Cape Epic, Swiss Epic and many more.

Arguably the most popular MTB discipline, Olympic cross country racing will draw a lot of attention this year. We proud and happy to welcome XCO Norwegian Champion Erik Hægstad on board. He has several top10 World Cup finishes under his belt and is looking forward to build on his 2019 season. His main goal for 2020 are the Olympic Games in Tokyo and the UCI XCO World Cup races, in which he seeks to further establish himself among the best riders of the world.

All teams and athletes are committed to race tubeless. They’ll put our wheelsets through their paces, thus proving that modern wheel building is about the perfect balance between aerodynamics, stiffness, low weight and durability.

No Excuse.

Our teams and athletes use the following products

Scope R5D

The Scope R5D is our most aerodynamic wheelset, a rider’s favorite.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope R4D

The Scope R4D is our all-round wheelset, ready for any terrain.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope R3D

The Scope R3D is our lightweight climbing wheelset.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Photography by Kristof Ramon, Tristan Cardew, and Lynn Sigel/EGO Promotion.

Completing the Circle

Scope announces 2020 sponsorship line-up

The 2019 season has been a successful one for Scope. Developed in Eindhoven, Netherlands, we were able to see our products presented at a world stage both on the road and off-road.

Belgian ProTeam Wallonie-Bruxelles was an ever active force at the classics. Racing tubeless, the team was on the forefront of pushing this technology. It is, therefore, no surprise that we’re looking forward to another season with the team. And with riders like Tour de France stage winner Jelle Vanendert and one-day specialist Baptiste Planckaert on board, it’s surely going to be a good one.

The same can count for Danish ProTeam Riwal Readynez, who proved their mettle at several week-long stage races. In its second season at the highest level of the sport, the team is looking to further establish itself. To do so, Riwal Readynez has bolstered its roster with World-Tour proven riders like James Shaw and Nick van der Lijke.  The team will use our full line up of tubeless optimized disc brake road wheels.

Rebranded to aBloc cycling, we’re also happy to continue our involvement in one of the longest standing Dutch Continental teams. Having earned their pedigree at races in Europe and Asia, the team is set to continue their streak.

New to our sponsorship line-upon the road are two teams. Japanese team Saitama DreVe will try to turn heads in Japan during their inaugural season. German outfit Team Colonia Kids will add some style to their brute force at crit races in Europe and the USA. Both will race custom built road wheels.

Having transitioned from WorldTour racing to triathlon, Nic Dougall had a standout season in 2019. He finished inside the top10 in every race he took to the start. We’re, therefore, happy to see him continue racing on Scope R5 wheels. Similarly, we’re happy to see 24h Ultra Distance Age Group World Champion Mads Frank tightening the bonds with us.

Young Arne Birkemose is one of Denmark’s most promising track athletes and we’re looking forward to see him competing on our wheels on the boards at the most iconic six-days there are.

To complete our involvement in the sport, we made some extensive changes to out off-road portfolio. We’ll continue working with Swedish XCM stalwart Calle Friberg but are happy to add two big names to the line-up.

In Ariane Lüthi one of the strongest XCM riders of the past decade joins Scope. The reigning Swiss Champion is a 5-time Cape Epic overall winner and will be racing our O2D at the biggest marathons around the globe, including the Cape Epic, Swiss Epic and many more.

Arguably the most popular MTB discipline, Olympic cross country racing will draw a lot of attention this year. We proud and happy to welcome XCO Norwegian Champion Erik Hægstad on board. He has several top10 World Cup finishes under his belt and is looking forward to build on his 2019 season. His main goal for 2020 are the Olympic Games in Tokyo and the UCI XCO World Cup races, in which he seeks to further establish himself among the best riders of the world.

All teams and athletes are committed to race tubeless. They’ll put our wheelsets through their paces, thus proving that modern wheel building is about the perfect balance between aerodynamics, stiffness, low weight and durability.

No Excuse.

Our teams and athletes use the following products

Scope R5D

The Scope R5D is our most aerodynamic wheelset, a rider’s favorite.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope R4D

The Scope R4D is our all-round wheelset, ready for any terrain.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope R3D

The Scope R3D is our lightweight climbing wheelset.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Photography by Kristof Ramon, Tristan Cardew, and Lynn Sigel/EGO Promotion.

The 2019 season has been a successful one for Scope. Developed in Eindhoven, Netherlands, we were able to see our products presented at a world stage both on the road and off-road.

Belgian ProTeam Wallonie-Bruxelles was an ever active force at the classics. Racing tubeless, the team was on the forefront of pushing this technology. It is, therefore, no surprise that we’re looking forward to another season with the team. And with riders like Tour de France stage winner Jelle Vanendert and one-day specialist Baptiste Planckaert on board, it’s surely going to be a good one.

The same can count for Danish ProTeam Riwal Readynez, who proved their mettle at several week-long stage races. In its second season at the highest level of the sport, the team is looking to further establish itself. To do so, Riwal Readynez has bolstered its roster with World-Tour proven riders like James Shaw and Nick van der Lijke.  The team will use our full line up of tubeless optimized disc brake road wheels.

Rebranded to aBloc cycling, we’re also happy to continue our involvement in one of the longest standing Dutch Continental teams. Having earned their pedigree at races in Europe and Asia, the team is set to continue their streak.

New to our sponsorship line-upon the road are two teams. Japanese team Saitama DreVe will try to turn heads in Japan during their inaugural season. German outfit Team Colonia Kids will add some style to their brute force at crit races in Europe and the USA. Both will race custom built road wheels.

Having transitioned from WorldTour racing to triathlon, Nic Dougall had a standout season in 2019. He finished inside the top10 in every race he took to the start. We’re, therefore, happy to see him continue racing on Scope R5 wheels. Similarly, we’re happy to see 24h Ultra Distance Age Group World Champion Mads Frank tightening the bonds with us.

Young Arne Birkemose is one of Denmark’s most promising track athletes and we’re looking forward to see him competing on our wheels on the boards at the most iconic six-days there are.

To complete our involvement in the sport, we made some extensive changes to out off-road portfolio. We’ll continue working with Swedish XCM stalwart Calle Friberg but are happy to add two big names to the line-up.

In Ariane Lüthi one of the strongest XCM riders of the past decade joins Scope. The reigning Swiss Champion is a 5-time Cape Epic overall winner and will be racing our O2D at the biggest marathons around the globe, including the Cape Epic, Swiss Epic and many more.

Arguably the most popular MTB discipline, Olympic cross country racing will draw a lot of attention this year. We proud and happy to welcome XCO Norwegian Champion Erik Hægstad on board. He has several top10 World Cup finishes under his belt and is looking forward to build on his 2019 season. His main goal for 2020 are the Olympic Games in Tokyo and the UCI XCO World Cup races, in which he seeks to further establish himself among the best riders of the world.

All teams and athletes are committed to race tubeless. They’ll put our wheelsets through their paces, thus proving that modern wheel building is about the perfect balance between aerodynamics, stiffness, low weight and durability.

No Excuse.

Our teams and athletes use the following products

Scope R5D

The Scope R5D is our most aerodynamic wheelset, a rider’s favorite.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope R4D

The Scope R4D is our all-round wheelset, ready for whatever the road ahead awaits you with.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope R3D

The Scope R3D is our lightweight climbing wheelset, the one to choose when the road points upwards.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Photography by Kristof Ramon, Tristan Cardew, and Lynn Sigel/EGO Promotion.