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Bradley Wiggins is all set to line up against his ex Sky team for the very first time in Tour de Yorkshire later on Friday. The man from England is ready to make his debut in red and blue team Wiggins colors as his conversions from the road to the path with a try at breaking the hour record on horizon.
Bradley, who celebrates his thirty fifth birthday earlier on Tuesday, has never raced against his former Sky before. He parted ways with team Garmin after he ended 4th in 2009 Tour de France and became a part of team Sky for its debut year in the year 2010. He stayed with British team for 5 and a half years, winning Tour de France in 2012 and the time trial at UCI worlds 2014, and left after Paris-Roubaix 2 weeks earlier.
Speaking with the media during the classics, Bradley said that he would not have had any of the successes that he has if I had not been in this team. In years to come, he would look back on these times with affection. This is just a shame it has to come to an end. Continue reading ‘Bradley Wiggins to compete against Sky at the forthcoming Tour de Yorkshirergb’
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The 30 years old American professional cyclist, Tyler Farrar suffered a crash within the last few kilometres of Clasica Almeria.
He had a chance of getting a podium place with Mark Cavendish who went on to become the winner of the race and Juan Jose Lobato riding for the Spanish team Movistar who managed to secure the runner up place.
Alex Sans Vega, the team director of the MTN-Qhubeka team said that the team managed to make it to the front selection. The two players of the team who managed to make it were Tyler Farrar and the 29 years old Matt Brammeier. The team director said that Matt Brammeier has done all that his could in order to assist Tyler Farrar. He said that Tyler Farrar had a good feeling and he also said that his legs are good. Continue reading ‘Tyler Farrar Suffers A Crash In The Final Part Of Clasica Almeriargb’
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