After exploding onto the scene in 2019 as a first-year junior, where he claimed a spectacular 20 wins, Marco announced himself as a rider to watch for the future. Like most in the younger categories, his 2020 season was hampered by COVID-19 but the German youngster was excited to take on his first pro season.
Inspired to take up the sport as a youngster by his dad who was a recreational cyclist, Marco went to a local club team and soon fell in love with racing. After some initial success in local races, the confident youngster became aware of his talents and continued to train even more, dedicating himself to the sport. Alongside the competitive aspect, Marco also enjoys cycling so that he can be outdoors.
Taking stock of his current position as a neo-pro within the team, the ambitious yet level-headed Marco doesn’t expect to hit the ground running but understands it will take time.
When he’s not racing or training, you can find Marco spending a lot of time socialising with his family and friends, or out on walks with his two dogs.