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Dennis leads BMC roster for Worlds TTT

Fresh off his duo of time trial wins at the Vuelta a Espana, Rohan Dennis will lead BMC Racing into the UCI Road World Championships team time trial with hopes of reprising their 2015 victory. BMC have won the event twice since the UCI revived it in 2012 - in 2014 and 2015 - and the team have been on the podium every year but 2013. With the UCI announcing this is the final year for the trade-team-based event, and with the team in their final year in the BMC configuration, theyre extra motivated...


North Star Grand Prix applies to host UCI women's race in 2019

After a one-year hiatus from the US domestic calendar, the North Star Grand Prix has applied to host a UCI womens race next year. The 2019 race would be a five-day event running June 12-16, with a concurrent USA Cycling Pro Road Tour race for the men. The Minnesota race started in 1999 and ran as the Nature Valley Grand Prix through 2013, when it was renamed North Star after Nature Valley dropped its sponsorship. The race was cancelled this year in what would have been its 20th year, but organi...


Ciccone signs two-year deal with Trek-Segafredo

Trek-Segafredo has signed talented Italian climber Giulio Ciccone to a two-year deal covering the 2019 and 2020 seasons, the US-registered WorldTour team announced today. The 23-year-old moves to Trek-Segafredo after three years with Italian Pro Continental team Bardiani-CSF. The news comes after Trek-Segafredos acquisition of Colombian climber Ivan Sosa came under question when the Androni Giocattoli riders new agent said the deal was not final. Ciccone shot into the spotlight in 2016 during ...


Landa earns provisional spot on Spanish Worlds team

Mikel Landa (Movistar) has been provisionally named on the Spanish team for the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck, though a final decision on his selection will only be taken after he has gauged his condition in this week’s Giro della Toscana and Coppa Sabatini. Landa returns to competition on Thursday for the first time since he fractured a vertebra and a rib in a crash at the Clasica San Sebastian in early August. If Landa is unable to prove his fitness in Tuscany in the coming days, ...


Simon Yates surpasses Peter Sagan to top UCI WorldTour rankings

With his victory in the Vuelta a Espana, Mitchelton-Scotts Simon Yates overtook Peter Sagan to move into the lead of the UCI WorldTour rankings. The Briton racked up a whopping 1230 points thanks to his stage win on Les Praeres and his 10 days in the red leaders jersey. The results came on top of his tally from the Giro dItalia, which he led for 13 days and won two stages, and his stage win and second place overall in the Tour de Pologne. Earlier in the season, Yates won a stage in Paris-Nice a...


Van Aert set to ride as 'lonesome cowboy' after bitter spat with team

Cyclo-cross world champion Wout van Aert has confirmed he has terminated his contract with the Verandas Willems Crelan team, stating that he is currently without a team as he travels to the USA for the opening rounds of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Wisconsin and Iowa. Van Aerts lawyer Walter Van Steenbrugge told Sporza that Van Aert is ready to ride the cyclo-cross season as an independent rider, as a kind of lonesome cowboy, reiterating that the talented young Belgian is refusing to pay an...


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Dennis leads BMC roster for Worlds TTT

Fresh off his duo of time trial wins at the Vuelta a Espana, Rohan Dennis will lead BMC Racing into the UCI Road World Championships team time trial with hopes of reprising their 2015 victory. BMC have won the event twice since the UCI revived it in 2012 - in 2014 and 2015 - and the team have been on the podium every year but 2013. With the UCI announcing this is the final year for the trade-team-based event, and with the team in their final year in the BMC configuration, theyre extra motivated...


North Star Grand Prix applies to host UCI women's race in 2019

After a one-year hiatus from the US domestic calendar, the North Star Grand Prix has applied to host a UCI womens race next year. The 2019 race would be a five-day event running June 12-16, with a concurrent USA Cycling Pro Road Tour race for the men. The Minnesota race started in 1999 and ran as the Nature Valley Grand Prix through 2013, when it was renamed North Star after Nature Valley dropped its sponsorship. The race was cancelled this year in what would have been its 20th year, but organi...


Ciccone signs two-year deal with Trek-Segafredo

Trek-Segafredo has signed talented Italian climber Giulio Ciccone to a two-year deal covering the 2019 and 2020 seasons, the US-registered WorldTour team announced today. The 23-year-old moves to Trek-Segafredo after three years with Italian Pro Continental team Bardiani-CSF. The news comes after Trek-Segafredos acquisition of Colombian climber Ivan Sosa came under question when the Androni Giocattoli riders new agent said the deal was not final. Ciccone shot into the spotlight in 2016 during ...


Landa earns provisional spot on Spanish Worlds team

Mikel Landa (Movistar) has been provisionally named on the Spanish team for the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck, though a final decision on his selection will only be taken after he has gauged his condition in this week’s Giro della Toscana and Coppa Sabatini. Landa returns to competition on Thursday for the first time since he fractured a vertebra and a rib in a crash at the Clasica San Sebastian in early August. If Landa is unable to prove his fitness in Tuscany in the coming days, ...


Simon Yates surpasses Peter Sagan to top UCI WorldTour rankings

With his victory in the Vuelta a Espana, Mitchelton-Scotts Simon Yates overtook Peter Sagan to move into the lead of the UCI WorldTour rankings. The Briton racked up a whopping 1230 points thanks to his stage win on Les Praeres and his 10 days in the red leaders jersey. The results came on top of his tally from the Giro dItalia, which he led for 13 days and won two stages, and his stage win and second place overall in the Tour de Pologne. Earlier in the season, Yates won a stage in Paris-Nice a...


Van Aert set to ride as 'lonesome cowboy' after bitter spat with team

Cyclo-cross world champion Wout van Aert has confirmed he has terminated his contract with the Verandas Willems Crelan team, stating that he is currently without a team as he travels to the USA for the opening rounds of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Wisconsin and Iowa. Van Aerts lawyer Walter Van Steenbrugge told Sporza that Van Aert is ready to ride the cyclo-cross season as an independent rider, as a kind of lonesome cowboy, reiterating that the talented young Belgian is refusing to pay an...


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