He's got hair, he's got a beard and he likes gravel; I can't believe EF never signed him up!Kiel Reijnen retires from road cycling.
The pro peloton is losing one great mane of hair | Trek Race Shop (trekbikes.com)
Though, based on the headline, you could think they were simply announcing that he's getting a haircut... also, has anyone actually seen him since he was photographed walked away from that Vuelta stage, not being Kenny Elissonde?
It hasn't been officially confirmed before now, but it did look like it was going to happen. During the Thüringen Rundfahrt they made a story out of how it would be her last time riding it after she's done it every year since 1999.Trixi Worrack will retire after 21 years of racing.
One of the formative figures in german women's cycling over the last two decades, she won countless national titles across various disciplines, is multiple world champ and has been a reliable work horse in her later career.
Sad, but looking a his past three years, it does seem as if he had problems getting back to his earlier level.
It's already easier now, cause Markus rode his last race for Uno-X in Croatia.Sad, but looking a his past three years, it does seem as if he had problems getting back to his earlier level.
The good thing is that it will be one step easier for us to distinguish between all the Hoelgaards and Hulgaards of that team.
It's possible that's how he felt, until that August morning.Roche has publically stated he wanted to retire from cycling at 40 - One can only guess he was not offered a contract from DSM.
And another step was/will be taken with Markus' transfer to Trek. There is, as far as I know, only one Hulgaard.The good thing is that it will be one step easier for us to distinguish between all the Hoelgaards and Hulgaards of that team.