Brandon McNulty is considered one of the biggest talents in international cycling.
In his first year with the U23s, Brandon already achieved a second place at the world championships in the time trial. A year earlier, he was the junior world champion in this discipline. However, Brandon’s strengths go far beyond the race against the clock. This is shown in his first-place finishes in the GC of three Nations Cup races and 3rd place in the GC of the internationally renowned Tour Alsace.
At the beginning of 2018, he moved up to the ProContinental level with his team, Rally. In the process, he drew attention to himself in his first races against WorldTour competition.
Brandon’s venture into cycling began with his mountain bike. At the tender age of eight, he raced his first mountain bike race.
In the years that followed, Brandon won almost every race; he then switched to road racing at the age of 12. And it was also soon clear that Brandon was blessed with unusual talent here as well.
In the junior class, the 183cm American developed into one of the most dominating figures in the world. In addition to his gold and bronze medals at the world championships, he also celebrated ten wins at international UCI races and ended all stage races in the top ten of the general classification.
After breaking his hip at the beginning of the 2017 season, he returned with top results in the second half of the year – at the Tour Alsace and U23 World Championships.
Brandon’s calm – but also self-confident – demeanor also comes from both his parents, who have supported him on his journey into cycling without pressure from the beginning.
TEAMVISION is convinced that Brandon can play a leading role in cycling – in time trials as well as in the general classification of major stage races.