Nicholas Zukowsky is off the Floyd’s Pro Cycling in 2019 after two year’s with the now-defunct Silber Pro Cycling. The 20-year-old had a good season representing Canada in the under-23 road race at UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck. He also raced the Grand Prix Cyclistes de Quebec et Montreal for the first time in his career.
Racing at the WorldTour at such a young age was one of the big experiences for Zukowsky in 2018. He rode aggressively in the GP Montreal helping to establish the breakaway but ultimately letting other Canadians ride in front before Michael Matthews took the win in a reduced bunch sprint.
At the GPCQM, Cycling Canada produced a slick video featuring Zuckowsky taking about his experience racing on the WorldTour stage.
In 2018, Zukowsky will once again race on one of the strongest team’s in North America alongside established North American stage race specialists like Serghei Țvetcov and sprinter Travis McCabe.