Siti Nur Alia Mansor Malaysia

At 20 years of age, Alia Mansor said she started to consider a cycling career more seriously in 2016 when she raced Sukma Sarawak, one of the biggest cycling events in her home country of Malaysia.

“After I entered Sukma Sarawak, I thought to myself ‘this sport is what can lead me to success in the future’. At home in Malaysia, everyone knows me as a cyclist, especially in my town of Kuala Terengganu. I’m very excited with this new opportunity with CANYON//SRAM Generation and I feel like I’m ready mentally and physically for it.”

With experience predominantly racing track cycling, including several national titles to her palmares, Alia said she is excited to start her career as a road cyclist.

Palmares

2022

  • Bronze medal, Malaysian ITT national championships
  • 4th place, Malaysian national road championships
  • 4th place, Malaysian national road championships
  • Silver medalist, Sprint race Malaysia Games, Sukma
  • Bronze medalist, 500m time trial Malaysia Games, Sukma

2022

UCI Women's Continental Team

The new Women’s Continental team is part of CANYON//SRAM Racing’s long-term D&I program. This two-tier structure is the first of its kind for a European-based WorldTeam creating a formal pathway to the Women’s World Tour. Established in 2022 to help talented female athletes from diverse backgrounds reach the top of professional cycling, and to help them break new grounds for their future and for the future of cycling. The final roster of CANYON//SRAM Generation unites eight ambitious women from seven different countries across four different continents.

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