Garneau-Québecor is a UCI Continental Team based out of Quebec, Canada. The focus of the team is to develop young riders and support the future generation of pro cyclists. The program has a nine man roster that is housed on-site at the Garneau Headquarters in St-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Quebec which allows the team access to training facilities as well as facilitating an active role in product development. Historically, the team has been the foundational starts for World Tour riders such as David Veilleux, Hugo Houle (who still wears Garneau shoes and is currently racing for AG2R), and Antoine Duchesne (winner of 2016 Paris-Nice best climbers jersey, who still wears Garneau shoes and is currently racing for Direct Energie).
The 2016 roster includes Remi Pelletier Roy, Bruno Langlois, Simon-Pierre Gauthier, Olivier Brisebois, Marc-Antoine Soucy, David Boily, Michael Rice, Darcy Woolley, and Alexis Cartier.
Company founder and president, Louis Garneau, was a member of the team in 2013 and was the oldest professional cyclist to be registered with the UCI. See more about Louis here.