Inspired by her brother, Lisa Brennauer started racing bicycles at the age of 14.

Willpower and passion led Lisa onto the main cycling stage. After many victories in Germany, her international breakthrough occurred in 2005 when she won the junior individual time trial world championship.

With her last team Velocio-SRAM and under the leadership of sports director Ronny Lauke she won the individual and team time trial world championship titles in 2014. Based on these and other accomplishments she was elected “Germany’s cycling athlete of the year” on top of a remarkable  7th place for “Germany’s best athlete”.

Lisa was part of the Team Canyon-SRAM in 2016 and 2017. At that time, she fulfilled a lifelong dream of hers by participating in the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

The 30-year-old from Kempten rides for the Team WNT-Rotor Pro Cycling that competes in the UCI Women’s Tour. Since 2017, the multiple Olympic participant has again been active as a track cyclist for the German national team.

TEAMVISION believes in Lisa Brennauers athletic potential and in her powerful personality and is looking forward to a successful cooperation, both on and off the track.

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