Germany's Sina Temmen showed promising early season form with a first and second place at an international track meet in Belgium.
Riding her UCI-approved TR3evo in Purple Rain, the 17-year-old won the Junior Omnium and was second in Junior Madison against a strong field on the wooden boards of the Vlaams Wielercentrum Eddy Merckx.
Sina is two-time Germany Omnium national champion and one-time Madison champion in her age group. She is one of several highly promising female track racers supported by Handsling.
As headline sponsors of the DAS-Handsling Women's UCI Continental team, Handsling provides TR3evo frames for the likes of GB's Sophie Lewis.
Others sponsored track riders include 23-year-old two-time Pan-American champion Amber Joseph of Barbados and 17-year-old British national team pursuit silver medalist Katie-Ann Calton.
Handsling is proud to be providing essential support for young female riders aiming to be the next generation of Olympic stars. That support will grow as Handsling releases high-performance track frames covering sprint and pursuit disciplines.
Read more on our Race Proven page.
Photos by Jean Knop.