Actually, I'm wondering if the Garcia mentioned could be Sergio instead. Could be a mistake by tuttobiciweb. I also expected Garavaglia to move up to the Pro Conti team.No Sergio Garcia?
I hoped for more spanish riders. But it looks like the team will be much more italian than spanish.
Interesting selection of British riders. Considering Archibald is very much track and TT focused while riding on the GB scene it will be interesting to see what their Aurum TT bike is like compared to the Ribble he rides now (that he and Dan Bigham had designs input on)."I’m a new face in the team and want to become more familiar with the existing members who I don’t yet know. I'm also going to be introducing new riders to the team to complete our roster for 2021," Yates added.
Sounds like the two British riders Archibald and Christian could very well be joining.
So it is Sergio Garcia and not José Antonio. I'm happy for Sevilla that he got a place, he's been growing with the team for so many years. I think he and Viegas are greatly appreciated as domestiques.Now we have 9 riders confirmed:
7 of them were representing the team this year.
It seems Puppio gonna leave.
As soon as they got an Italian license it was clear this was going to happen. Let's hope they build on this and become a solid team in the coming year.They aren't the weakest team that got a wildcard (they are on a similar level as Bardiani), so it's fine for me.
It's just acknowledging they're underdogs while I'm sure he won't mind the challenge too much. This guy beat the Everesting record for shits and giggles, he's not that sick of the bike yet. It's just promoCan anyone explain the Madrid to Milan thing?
Contador said he'd do it if they won a stage? Either he really wanted to do that ride, or he didn't have a lot of faith in his guys.