Body Rocket Team


There was once a day where every cyclist thought they could ‘feel’ when they were aero. Everyone else thought aero wheels mattered more than your body. Then Body Rocket tore up the establishment’s rule book and proved there was a better way.

We're on a mission to revolutionise how cyclists train and race by giving them an aerodynamic advantage.

Combine your passion for engineering and enthusiasm for sports at Body Rocket! We are reinventing athlete aerodynamics by integrating wind-tunnel technology directly into bicycles and other sports equipment. Our team is growing fast, and we need a Graduate Mechanical Engineer to support with the Design, Calibration, and Testing of our Systems.


Body Rocket has developed a novel bike sensor technology which allows the direct, instantaneous
measurement of drag force due to the rider's body. Together with the rider biometric information and
ambient conditions that our device gathers over the entire course of a ride, this live aerodynamics
revolutionises training for cyclists and triathletes and enables them to choose their best cycling
position in real-time, under any conditions. Data analysis and processing is a fundamental element of Body Rocket, as a full exploitation of the information from our live streams require post-training modelling and characterisation. As we move to the commercial launch of our product, our data volume and demand for efficient data handling will increase.

Join the adventure!

We’re a dynamic, fast-growing startup and we’re frequently on the lookout for skilled, passionate, and cycling-mad team members to join us on our exciting adventure.
Open roles are available to view and apply for below.
If there is a role that’s not listed and you think you’d be a good fit, we’d love to hear from you. Our technical team consists of mechanical, electronic, and software engineers (embedded, front end, back end development), as well as data analysis and machine learning. Our operations, marketing, and sales teams will also all have opportunities as we grow in the coming months.