Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team Strengthens Roster with the signing of Frederik Frison for 2024 

The vastly experienced 31-year-old Belgian rider Frederik Frison will join the Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team ranks in the upcoming season on a two-year deal, through 2025.

18 August 2023

With a reputation for being a strong all-rounder with unrelenting determination, and strategic prowess, Frison brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the team. His extensive knowledge of the peloton dynamics and his ability to perform across a range of terrains make him a versatile asset, poised to contribute to the team’s success in various races, particularly the classics and Grand Tours.

After spending eight seasons in a Belgian outfit, Frison decided it was time for a new chapter in his professional career and the choice to sign for Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team was an easy one.

“It’s a good moment to have a new chapter in my career.”

“This team, Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team, looked really good to me right from the beginning! There is a clear vision for the future and that’s obvious now, in the way the team works and the material and equipment used. After 8 years the same team it is a good moment to have a new chapter in my career. I think this will give me a lot of motivation! I believe I can have a free role in some classic races and help the team achieve good results. I will also have the opportunity to race with new teammates and rejoin some old ones. It will be new atmosphere and that is something I’m very much looking forward to,” said Frison.


Experience and Strength 

Throughout his career Frison has had standout performances in prestigious one-day races, including podium placings and has raced in all three Grand Tours, providing great support to his teammates in both stage and GC goals. His experience and depth of talent make him a valuable new signing for Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team.

“We are thrilled to welcome Frederik Frison to the Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team family,” said Doug Ryder, General Manager at Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team. “Frederik’s proven capabilities on the road, combined with his passion to race, loyalty and commitment to his own goals as well as those of the team align perfectly with our ethos. We are confident that his presence will enhance our competitive edge and elevate our performance throughout the season, particularly in the hard Classics, where he has consistently proven to excel.”

With Frederik Frison’s addition to Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team roster for 2024, the team’s prospects for success in major one-day classics and stage races are poised to expand further. He is the second new signing for our Swiss-registered team for the upcoming season after Italian Giacomo Nizzolo penned a two-year deal