The 5th stage of Tour of Turkey gave a great satisfaction to Team Southeast – Venezuela who achieved the first win in this race with Jakub Mareczko reaching aswell the podium with Manuel Belletti.
Trek-Segafredo is excited to announce that Jasper Stuyven has extended his contract for two more years.
GIRO D’ITALIA (WT) Team Giant-Alpecin is pleased to announce its final nine-rider line-up for the first Grand Tour of the 2016 season, the Giro d’Italia, which starts in Apeldoorn on May 6.
Brilliant effort from Eugert Zhupa in the second stage of Tour of Turkey won by Pello Bilbao where he represented the Team Southeast – Venezuela in his second day of racing after the break of the collarbone in Belgium.
Liège-Bastogne-Liège was the last spring classic for Wanty-Groupe Gobert. The Belgian pro-continental team was again very strong and could compete with the best World Tour teams. Enrico Gasparotto took the 12th place of the race won by the Dutchman Wout Poels (Team Sky).
Only few centimetres separed Matteo Busato from his first career victory after an almost perfect race in the last stage of Giro del Trentino.
Riccardo Zoidl continued Trek-Segafredo’s dominance in the Tour of Croatia with the team’s third victory as he out-paced everyone on a tough finish climb to claim the win in the fourth stage.
Rally Cycling Men Return to France / Women to Arkansas After Dominating TTT and Criterium Nationals A week after sweeping the USPRO National Team Time Trial and winning the men’s Criterium Championships, Rally Cycling heads to France to compete in the prestigious Tour de Bretagne Cycliste, April 25 – May 1. The seven-day event features several tough, rolling stages through the Brittany region of Northern France. First run in 1967, it was originally known as the Ruban Granitier Breton before becoming a professional event in 2005. In the preceding years it has become a showcase for up-and-coming riders as well as sprinters and rouleurs looking to fine-tune their form before […]
Determination and fighting spirit for the Team Southeast – Venezuela riders in the 3rd stage of Giro del Trentino, won by the estonian Tanel Kangert.
Giacomo Nizzolo sprinted to the win in stage three at the Tour of Croatia capitalizing on a flawless team effort to catch the breakaway with one kilometer to go and then set up Nizzolo with a textbook leadout in another twisty finish.