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As an Aerodynamic Engineer at Tudor Pro Cycling, you will play a pivotal role in optimizing the aerodynamic performance of our riders and equipment. Working within our innovation unit you will employ cutting-edge techniques and technologies directly with team riders, our academic, and our technical partners to maximise aerodynamic performance.



  • Aerodynamic Analysis and Optimisation: Conduct detailed aerodynamic analysis using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations, wind tunnel testing, track testing, and on-road testing to optimize rider position, equipment design, and race strategies.

  • Equipment Development: Collaborate with the innovation team and our industry partners to design, test, and refine cycling equipment, minimize drag and enhance performance.

  • Rider Positioning: Work closely with team riders, in collaboration with other support staff to optimize rider positioning on the bike; considering aerodynamic efficiency, biomechanics, and rider comfort.

  • Data Analysis: Analyse telemetry data from training rides and races to identify areas for improvement and develop strategies for maximizing aerodynamic performance during competition.

  • Performance Modelling: Develop predictive models to assess the impact of changes in equipment, rider position, and race tactics on aerodynamic performance and overall race outcomes.

  • Continuous Improvement: Stay abreast of the latest research and developments in aerodynamics, cycling technology, and sports science to ensure that Tudor Pro Cycling remains at the forefront of innovation in performance science.



  • Bachelor's degree or higher in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, or a related field. A postgraduate qualification in a similar area is highly desirable.

  • At least 2 years experience working in a similar role. Experience working within sport (especially cycling) is highly desirable.

  • Strong background in fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, and computational modelling.

  • Competent user of CFD software (e.g., Simcenter STAR-CCM+, ANSYS Fluent, OpenFOAM) and experienced in wind tunnel testing.

  • Experience working with CAD (e.g., Rhino, Solidworks, Simens NX) and CAE software packages/techniques

  • Knowledge of cycling biomechanics and experience working with cyclists preferred.

  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to translate technical data into actionable insights for performance improvement.

  • Strong communication, presentation and teamwork skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with riders, coaches, engineers, and other stakeholders.

  • A passion for cycling and a commitment to excellence in performance and innovation.


  • The opportunity to be part of a team dedicated to improving cycling performance through the application of science and engineering.

  • The opportunity to work impactfully at the cutting edge of high-performance sport

  • The opportunity to develop products in partnership with world-leading industry and academic partners that are directly used in competition.

  • Being part of an innovative cycling team with big ambitions for the future.

  • Develop leadership skills and responsibilities – such as supervising PhD students and being responsible for the development of strategic themes.

  • The opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary environment to understand whole system interactions.


Note: This position will be remote in nature but will require travel to Silverstone, UK for wind tunnel testing and ad-hoc travel across the EU and Switzerland for camps and competition.

Deadline for applications is 28th July 2024. Should you have any additional questions please contact Kurt Bergin-Taylor (Head of Innovation) :

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