Groves & Schelling stay in the Top 10 GC after day 1

Groves & Schelling stay in the Top 10 GC after day 1

Yesterday's prologue set the tone for the 2019 edition of the Giro d'Italia. Just 3,3 km long, it was set to be an all-out effort all the way to the line. It was not a bad day for us, as we seek to repeat last year's success when Edoardo Affini seized the victory in the opening prologue and wore the first Maglia Rosa. This time, Kaden Groves was beaten by just 0,3 seconds and therefore denied the first leaders jersey of the race. We wrapped up a great team performance with Ide Schelling…continue reading →
Peák: “I want to win a stage in the Giro”

Peák: “I want to win a stage in the Giro”

Tomorrow in Riccione, the Giro d'Italia U23 will kick off. It will be a tough 10-day fight, in which we will put everything we have into showing the best version of ourselves. One of the riders that will feature the start line will be the Hungarian champion, Bárnabas Peák. The 20-year old has been struggling with illness for a while, but he is now back to top shape. "The start of the season was great, I got a nice win in Tour de Normandie, plus what the Academy has done in all stage…continue reading →
Groves: “I’d love to take one or two stages in the Giro U23”

Groves: “I’d love to take one or two stages in the Giro U23”

With 5 UCI wins under his belt, our Kaden Groves is putting in the final touches of his preparation ahead of the Giro d'Italia U23. The double stage winner in Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux and Circuit des Ardennes, as well as stage winner and first leader in Ronde de l'Isard, looks back to a solid start. " The first part of the season has been an unreal few months. I was motivated for each race and trained really hard-targeting the races that suited me and I am relieved to have performed well…continue reading →
Hoole and Meeus rode into the Top 20 in Roubaix

Hoole and Meeus rode into the Top 20 in Roubaix

Paris Roubaix it is always one of the main targets of our calendar, and this year was not an exception. With more than 25 km of cobbled sections ahead, the race was off to fast start with several riders trying to make it up the road, until it was eventually a group of two riders the ones who formed the breakaway of the day, with one rider in between them and the bunch trying to chase the move down.Once the breakaway went off, our riders took the head of the peloton and controlled…continue reading →
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