2020 Begins a new era for the team starting off with new ownership and name. Originally KHS Factory Racing, Logan Binggeli takes on the managing director title for the team as well as KHS Bicycles taking ownership. Binggeli took over in later November after his predecessor Quinton Spaulding retired. Logan Binggeli previously served as the executive team leader of the team working closely alongside Quinton Spaulding.
During the last months of 2019, Logan meetings with KHS corporate plans are to lay out an aggressive new strategy within the new acquisition/takeover for 2020.
Our goals and objectives for this year’s races provides us with an all-star team that will shine in the spotlight.
“I believe that we are on the right path for the new team and I am looking forward with our new objectives for 2020. Definitely excited and encouraged with our new and current members. We just recently signed Kailey Skelton and Luke Whitmen. We have shown time after time a proven track record in this industry with championship titles and wins. Our goals and objectives for this year’s races provides us with an all-star team that will be shining in the spotlight.” says Logan Binggeli
“2020 is right around the corner! Big shoes to fill with taking over for the @khsbicycles Pro MTB Team from long time veteran Quinton Spaulding with himself retiring. Looking forward to the future, 2020 is going to be a good one!”
All eyes have been on Binggeli since he was named Managing Director of the new team.