A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.

15 years old Albert Holm, son of former pro rider Brian Holm, is dreaming about the Olympics. He is dreaming about becoming a pro, winning the Paris-Roubaix and reaching the Olympics in Paris 2024.

He is admiring his idols, following them on social media, and he is occasionally training side by side with some of them at the track in Ballerup Super Arena.

In this video you’ll meet Albert Holm on a regular and cold Thursday in January 2019, while he is training intervals at the track, preparing for the season to come. We are having a chat with Albert Holm about his training and dreams. We are also meeting with Albert’s coach, Dion Åkerström, who is telling a little about what it takes to reach the Olympics.

This video is the first in a serial leading up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in Track Cycling, where Argon 18 will be strongly represented.

Argon 18 is Supporting the Youth

We proudly support the youth on their way to the top of the sport. We are helping Albert Holm, with an Argon 18 Electron Pro.

The bike is in the astonishing Rio 2016 paint job, designed by our in-house designer, Jacob Ørholm, and built by our head mechanic, Danny Skovgren. It is the same frame and paint job that the National Team is using.

Albert Holm together with Head Mechanic in United Cycling, Danny Skovgren and Brian Holm