Changing Diabetes Around the World

By teamnovonordisk

Team Novo Nordisk exists to show the world that living with diabetes doesn’t have to stop you from being incredible.

We use cycling as a platform because it’s one of the toughest endurance sports in the world, and one that competes globally.

We’re an international group of 16 riders from 10 countries. Because diabetes is a global family.


Quentin Valognes:

Last year I raced in Azerbaijan, in Taiwan, in the Emirates, in Estonia. It’s a huge experience for me.

What I remember the most was in China. Just before the start, one small kid was pointing at my jersey, and we let him come…he was diabetic, and we took a picture, and his face was just so happy.

Reid McClure:

In my first year as a pro I got to race at the GP de Saguenay and the Tour de Beauce. I think Europeans typically don’t tend to think of North America as the home of cycling, but I think especially in that first stage of Saguenay when you start looking a 300-ft wall you get that it’s going to be a tough day.

Stephen Clancy:

So I’ve race Tour of Denmark two times …read more

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