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Maximiliano Richeze involved in road traffic accident

Maximiliano Richeze (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) has suffered injuries after a road traffic accident. The incident occurred while the 35-year-old was training in his native Argentina Richeze, a winner of nearly 30 wins at pro level and one of the best lead-out men in the peloton, was cycling near Buenos Aires while preparing for the forthcoming Vuelta a San Juan (January...

Letizia Paternoster wins opening stage of the Santos Tour Down Under

Letizia Paternoster began Trek-Segafredo’s first race of their opening season in the best way possible, sprinting to victory on stage one at the Santos Tour Down Under Thursday. The nineteen-year-old Italian, who is taking a small hiatus from the UCI track season to race the Tour Down Under, showed top form and easily held off challenges from Sarah Roy...

Trek-Segafredo announces full women’s team roster

Trek Factory Racing unveiled the full roster this week for the Trek-Segafredo women's team, which will be directed by former professionals Ina-Yoko Teutenberg and Giorgia Bronzini. The Trek-Segafredo women's team is comprised of thirteen riders from ten nations and will make its racing debut on January 10 as the 2019 Santos Tour Down Under kicks off in Adelaide. “We are...

Daryl Impey aiming for back-to-back victories at the Tour Down Under

Defending champion Daryl Impey will lead Mitchelton-SCOTT at the Tour Down Under next week, hoping to become the first male to win back-to-back titles in the race’s 20-year history. Impey claimed the victory on countback in 2018, before going on to his most successful season to date. With the support of six strong Australian teammates, the South African has his...

Michal Kwiatkowski targeting Liège–Bastogne–Liège and World Championships

Michal Kwiatkowski has outlined his ambitions for the forthcoming season with Liège–Bastogne–Liège and the World Road Race Championships his main targets. With two third places to his name - in 2014 and 2017 – Kwiatkowski has previously described Liège–Bastogne–Liège as ‘the race of his dreams’. And the Pole has made subtle tweaks to his early race programme to give him...

Frederik Backaert completes 2019 Wanty-Gobert line-up

The Wanty-Gobert team has finalised its squad for the 2019 road campaign. 28 year-old Belgian Frederik Backaert has extended his stay with the Walloon Pro Continental formation where he has ridden since 2014 until the end of 2019. The rider from Brakel who finished 9th in the GP Samyn in 2018 and 15th in the E3 Harelbeke completes the...

Elia Viviani to lead Deceuninck – Quick-Step at the Tour Down Under

Italian Champion Elia Viviani will lead Deceuninck – Quick-Step at the first race of the year, the Tour Down Under Taking place between the 15th and 20th of January, the Tour Down Under will kick off the WorldTour calendar, which the Belgian team won last season with a record number of points. The first three days will provide...

2019 Dimension Data for Qhubeka Continental Team line-up announced

The Dimension Data for Qhubeka Continental Team is once again set to provide a vital stepping stone towards the World Tour for aspiring U23 riders in 2019. The eleven-rider team which has become a clear pathway for African riders to the World Tour is set for its fourth full season. In the last three seasons alone, no less than five...

Caleb Ewan looking to become new Australian champion

Caleb Ewan will line up at the Australian National Championship Road Race in Buninyong this Sunday (Lotto Soudal) alongside his Lotto Soudal team mate Adam Hansen, aiming to win the Elite title for the first time. The riders will face sixteen hilly local laps of 11.6 kilometres with the start of the 185-kilometre long race at 12:30 local time. Caleb...

Bob Jungels to return to the Giro d’Italia

Bob Jungels (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) is aiming to make his third appearance at the Giro d’Italia this season, where he has twice finished in the top 10 overall. The 26-year-old became the first Luxembourger in more than half a century to win a stage at the Giro, back in 2017, when he outsprinted all the other GC favourites in...

Egan Bernal to lead Team Sky at the Giro d’Italia

Team Sky have confirmed that Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas will focus their 2019 seasons around the Tour de France, with Egan Bernal set to lead his first Grand Tour at the Giro d’Italia. Bernal, 21, is excited about tackling the Giro for the first time - a race close to his heart. He said: “The Giro is a race...

Wanty-Gobert unveils 2019 jersey

Wanty-Gobert have unveiled the new jersey and shorts that the team will wear in 2019. The jersey which was modelled by rider Xandro Meurisse is still manufactured by Chinese clothing supplier Santic and has more white on the front than previously. On the side of the jersey is the logo of Ruffus, a range of sparkling wines produced in the...

Mathew Hayman to remain at Mitchelton-SCOTT following retirement from racing

2016 Paris-Roubaix champion Mathew Hayman is set to retire from professional road racing at the Tour Down Under in January and will move into a ‘Special Projects’ position for Mitchelton-SCOTT for the remainder of the year. Mitchelton-SCOTT should benefit from Hayman's experience and knowledge and the 40-year-old has been offered a varying role that will allow him to experience all...

Wout van Aert signs for Team Jumbo-Visma

UCI World Cyclocross champion Wout van Aert will race for Team Jumbo-Visma from March 1, the team announced today. The 24 year-old Belgian rider has signed a three-year contract. “I think I achieved great results last year and that’s why I had the opportunity to talk with different teams”, Van Aert said. “At one point, Team Jumbo-Visma knocked on my...

Simon Yates to return to the Giro d’Italia in 2019

After three stage victories and thirteen days in the Maglia Rosa this year, Simon Yates will return to the Giro d’Italia in 2019 looking for more success. The performance showed his general classification potential and the race also saw some of the most exciting racing of the 2018 season, but a stage 19 downfall left Yates and Mitchelton-SCOTT with unfinished...

Trek-Segafredo announce partnership with SRAM

Trek-Segafredo have announced a long-term agreement with bicycle component manufacturer SRAM. The new partnership was presented during Trek-Segafredo’s Sponsor Summit - a yearly meeting between the principal partners – at the team’s December camp held in Siracusa, Sicily. SRAM® was founded in Chicago, Illinois, in September 1987, with the invention of its first product, Grip Shift®. Throughout its 31-year...

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