Last Sunday (20), in a statement released on social media and official websites, Israel-Premier Tech announced that Riley Sheehan is the newest member of the team and will be competing next year. Now, the team has exactly 28 drivers who are confirmed for the 2024 season.
“I am motivated to be part of Israel-Premier Tech. Having already spent some time with the team, I met many of the staff and riders and was very impressed with the atmosphere. It’s really motivating to be and join a group of people and be part of the positive team environment,” said Riley Sheehan.
The cyclist continued: “After my victory at Paris-Tours, I hope to continue trying to win more important races. It just kept me motivated, so I’m looking forward to chasing more wins. I’m still not sure what style of driver I can be, but I hope to be a very versatile driver who can win and support the team in every race.”
Riley Sheehan has been impressing followers and fans of professional sport as recently, the athlete was the great champion of the Paris-Tours in which he won the final group sprint passing competitors who are considered excellent in their professional positions, such as Lewis Askey and Tobias Halland Johannessen.
Sylvan Adam, owner of Israel-Premier Tech, has consistently praised the athlete’s performance: “When we hired Riley as an intern for the latter part of the 2023 campaign, we wanted to see what he could do in European racing after racing primarily in the criterium scene. from the USA. Riley lived up to our expectations and as a result we offered him a contract even before his impressive victory.”