The world champion will announce a new team in the new year
Durango cyclist Christopher Blevins announced this week on social media that he will no longer be racing for Trinity Racing.
“My time in a @Trinityracing_ jersey is over but what a year we have to look back together,” Blevins said in his post.
“Although the results were beyond what we could have dreamed of, I will remember all the moments that marked them the most. During Trinity’s first year on the mountain bike circuit, with the uncertainty of the COVID and the Olympics, I ended up riding SIX different types of bikes with the team. It took a lot of work to manage the logistical whirlwinds of that, and the team brought both heart and spirit. humor in everything she did to help us do our best.
2021 was also Blevins’ first racing season at the elite level, and he was able to rise to the challenge and win some big races. After representing the United States at the Olympics and finishing 14th, Blevins won the world’s first short-track cross-country mountain bike title and then won a cross-country World Cup.
In addition to racing cross-country mountain bikes, Blevins has also raced in cyclo-cross, e-bike, and road bike disciplines.
“2022 is shaping up to be exciting as well, so keep an eye out for the team announcement in the new year!” said Blevins.