Dimension Data And Tyler Farrar

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Dimension Data has prolific riders like Tyler Farrar on their roles for the races this year, but they are also stepping up the ranks with new signups.


For instance, Morton, Thwaites and King are also joining this team from this year. The added riders to the South African team will probably give more depth and greater wins in the races this year. The three riders have been confirmed and it remains to be seen how the team performs in the forthcoming races.

For instance, Thwaites will be part of the Classic team as Farrar. Ben King would be taking a leadership role as per his consistent performances over time. Morton would also be a key player who will give strength to the ranks in stage races when the mountain tracks come on. They need to add to the Classics team could also have been pushed in for the repeated injuries and ailment that team mate Mark Cavendish has been suffering. Continue reading ‘Dimension Data And Tyler Farrarrgb’

THE TOUR DOWN UNDER: A GREAT WAY TO START THE SEASON

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With the 2017 WorldTour debut coming to an end, many of the pro cyclists have agreed that it is one of their favorite events on the racing calendar. For Tyler Farrar of Dimension Data, he sees it as a great way to kickstart the season.


The Santos Tour Down Under has largely evolved into a showcase for pro racing since about 19 editions of the event held so far. It has become a solid stable of racing events both on the men and the women’s sides.

What follows next is a 10-day festival celebrating all things with two wheels. Street parties and concerts are held, an expo area is set, and food carts are lined up. There is also a gran fondo public ride with crowds the size of a Tour de France crowd lining up on every side of the roads.

The event has been able to find the right balance that works for everyone; from the race sponsors to the teams, the riders and the public. A 10-day celebration of bikes is the payoff. Continue reading ‘THE TOUR DOWN UNDER: A GREAT WAY TO START THE SEASONrgb’

TYLER LOSES AT STAGE FOUR OF THE 2017 TOUR

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At the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under event, Caleb has continued his domination of the sprints outperforming world champion Peter Sagan again to win stage four.


Caleb’s third victory in the fourth stage showed more emphasis of his sprinting prowess where he outshined Sagan and Team Sky’s Danny van Poppel.

At the event, Richie Porte finished safely in the bunch, meanwhile, to ensure he will wear the ochre jersey on Willunga Hill on stage five.

Among the riders were also Tyler Farrar and Will Clarke with their attempts to go clear nullified by the peloton before a three-rider break finally put daylight between themselves and the bunch.

There was a counter-attack launched off the front of the peloton, where Clarke again involved and Lars Bak (Lotto-Soudal) and Michael Valgren (Astana) for company which was again short-lived.

Bauer moved on alone, but the peloton wasn’t letting him get away with it when the sprint teams shut down the move inside the final five kilometers. It wasn’t an easy task as the riders put their backs to it in preparation for the last bend. Continue reading ‘TYLER LOSES AT STAGE FOUR OF THE 2017 TOURrgb’

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Bradley Wiggins to compete against Sky at the forthcoming Tour de Yorkshire

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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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