Deceuninck – Quick-Step is a World Tour cycling team established in 2003 and based in Wevelgem, Belgium, a city that’s iconic for Flemish cycling. Currently made up of 28 riders from 14 different countries, Deceuninck – Quick-Step has built an extraordinary reputation over the years, becoming one of the most successful squads in history under the guidance of CEO Patrick Lefevere. At the end of 2010, Czech Businessman Mr. Zdenek Bakala took over the outfit, which is managed by a Board comprising eight members.
The team focuses on its Belgian roots, but also strives to have an international impact. Since its inception, the outfit has scored over 700 UCI victories, including 19 Monuments, 4 World Road Championships, 6 World ITT Championships, 4 World TTT Championships, 2 World Cups and an Olympic Title.
In 2019, Deceuninck – Quick-Step was the most successful team in the world for the eighth year in a row, amassing 75 victories (68 in UCI races). Current top riders for the team are Julian Alaphilippe (reigning Milano-Sanremo and Flèche Wallonne champion, recipient of the Velo d’Or trophy), European ITT Champion Remco Evenepoel, Zdenek Stybar (first Czech in history to win a cobbled Classic), two-time Dwars door Vlaanderen victor Yves Lampaert, multiple Grand Tour stage winner Sam Bennett, Dutch Champion Fabio Jakobsen, and Bob Jungels, the first Luxembourger in more than a century to triumph in a cobbled Classic.