Today ROTOR Bike Components announced its lineup of sponsored road racing teams and athletes for 2017 with one strategic addition. Colombia’s Team Manzana Postobón will represent ROTOR in both national and international races in South America and Europe.
Motivated by a common desire to always go further, LOOK and the Fortuneo-Vital Concept team join forces to take on new challenges.
Canyon can finally put an end to months of rumours and speculation—the all-new Canyon Factory Downhill Team is here. Leading the charge will be World Cup winner Troy Brosnan of Australia, together with Canada’s next big thing, Mark Wallace, and former Junior World Champion, Ruaridh Cunningham of Scotland.
Australian Caleb Ewan has powered to victory at the end of a shortened Hostworks Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under from the cosmopolitan Adelaide suburb of Unley to the Barossa Valley town of Lyndoch.
Polygon UR Team welcomes Kenta Gallagher, 24 year old from Scotland - he was the fastest world cup privateer are not his only singularity as back in 2013 Kenta has already won a World Cup in XC Eliminator race in Nove Mesto.
Santos Women’s Tour Race Director Kimberley Conte has built the race around the prized wine regions of the Adelaide Hills and the Barossa, with two criterium stages in Adelaide to set the pace for a fast four days of racing.
Ewan is a confirmed starter in the ORICA-BikeExchange squad for the 2017 TDU, alongside international guest Esteban Chaves and local hero Simon Gerrans.
The Snow Bike Festival has seen competitors from across the globe congregate in the unique region of GSTAAD (Switzerland), ensuring a genuinely international atmosphere. Europe’s winter festival of snow biking is a heady mix of fun, both on and off the slopes. The third edition will take place in GSTAAD from January 19th to 22nd, 2017 and will feature a 4 Day Stage Race, Eliminator Night Race, Fat Bike and MTB EXPO as well as lots of partying.
Rally Cycling is proud to announce the signing of Junior World Time Trial Champion Brandon McNulty. The 18-year-old is one of the most promising up-and-coming riders in the world and has already proven to be a factor in the domestic peloton. In addition to his rainbow jersey, McNulty has amassed an impressive palmarés that includes Junior Nations' Cup races, two national individual time trial titles and a team time trial national title with the LUX Development Team.
Team Sky confirms the signing of Jon Dibben ahead of the 2017 season.