Philippe Gilbert joins Etixx-Quick Step from BMC for 2017

Philippe Gilbert joins Etixx-Quick Step from BMC for 2017

[ad_1] The Belgian champion will link up with the his home team in search for further Classics glory Philippe Gilbert will join with Etixx-Quick Step for the 2017 season, the team confirmed on Tuesday. Belgian champion Gilbert joins the team...
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Team Sky officially confirm signing of Olympic champion Owain Doull

Team Sky officially confirm signing of Olympic champion Owain Doull

[ad_1] The Welshman already revealed he was on his way to the British team in May of this year Owain Doull, under-23 men’s winner, British Road National Championships 2015 Team Sky have officially confirmed the signing of Olympic gold medallist...
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Simon and Adam Yates extend for two years with Orica-BikeExchange

Simon and Adam Yates extend for two years with Orica-BikeExchange

[ad_1] The British twins have signed new contracts to stay with the Australian team for the 2017 and 2018 seasons Adam and Simon Yates on stage sixteen of the 2015 Tour de France Adam and Simon Yates have agreed to...
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Tony Martin to join Katusha for 2017

Tony Martin to join Katusha for 2017

[ad_1] The German time trial specialist will leave Etixx-Quick Step for Katusha on an initial two year contract Tony Martin has signed for Katusha for the 2017 and 2018 seasons, after five seasons with Quick Step. The 31-year-old was known...
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Yorkshire miss out on hosting September’s European Road Championships

Yorkshire miss out on hosting September’s European Road Championships

[ad_1] Pumelec in Brittany in France is set to host the inaugural first edition of the European Road Championships. 12 July 2015 102nd Tour de France Stage 09 : Vannes – Plumelec TTT 2nd : Sky Photo : Yuzuru SUNADA...
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Trek-Segafredo confirm signing of John Degenkolb in a game of Twitter Guess Who

Trek-Segafredo confirm signing of John Degenkolb in a game of Twitter Guess Who

[ad_1] John Degenkolb joins Trek-Segafredo for the 2017 season, replacing Fabian Cancellara as the team’s main Classic rider. John Degenkolb wins the 2015 Paris-Roubaix. Photo: Graham Watson It’s long since been rumoured that John Degenkolb would leav...
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Jarlinson Pantano to join Alberto Contador at Trek-Segafredo in 2017

Jarlinson Pantano to join Alberto Contador at Trek-Segafredo in 2017

[ad_1] Colombian Tour de France stage winner Jarlinson Pantano will team up with Alberto Contador at Trek-Segafredo. Jarlinson Pantano wins stage 15 of the Tour de France (Sunada) Jarlinson Pantano is set to add to Trek-Segafredo‘s roster of climbing talent....
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John Degenkolb claims first top-three finish of 2016 in opening stage of Arctic Tour of Norway

John Degenkolb claims first top-three finish of 2016 in opening stage of Arctic Tour of Norway

[ad_1] German sprinter John Degenkolb finishes second behind Alexander Kristoff on stage one of Arctic Tour of Norway Giant-Alpecin‘s John Degenkolb’s return to his pre-eminence continued on Thursday as he claimed his first top-three finish in 2016 by fini...
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UCI dismisses threats of Team Time Trial World Champs boycott

UCI dismisses threats of Team Time Trial World Champs boycott

[ad_1] The UCI are concerned by suggestions that WorldTour teams will boycott the Team Time Trial World Championships but do not believe abstention will come to fruition Team BMC in the mens team time trial championships The Union Cycliste Internationale...
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Yorkshire confirm interest in hosting European Road Cycling Champs; decision expected Sunday

Yorkshire confirm interest in hosting European Road Cycling Champs; decision expected Sunday

[ad_1] Welcome to Yorkshire have put their county in the running to replace Nice as the host of the European Road Cycling Championships Yorkshire will learn on Sunday (August 14) if they have beaten off competition from two rivals to host...
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