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Teams & Riders The Great Big Cycling Transfers, Extensions, and Rumours Thread

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Let's see if he will be a new Andrés Ardila or a new Tadej Pogacar.
If it doesn't pan out, its not like they will lose that much, so its just a low risk-high reward kind of signing like all youngsters are. I think thats the big problem. They can just swing on every talent out there, and if 1/3 pans out, its still more than worth it. The rest doesn't really get a chance, unfortunately, and are left to fight for scraps and 2nd/3rd tier talents.
 
Senechal has signed for two years with Arkea. Great signing for them, should fit in well with the "we try to get 3-4 riders in the top 10 of smaller classics"-tactic
Arkea should be much better next year with Demare and Senechal, and if Kevin Vauqulin steps up to what I think he can do, and Champoussin justifies his pay...I hope Demare rides with a chip on his shoulder and gets to 100 wins.
 
https://cyclinguptodate.com/cycling...or-bora-hansgrohe-in-2024-according-to-report

(quote) According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Primoz Roglic has almost closed a deal to ride for BORA - hansgrohe in 2024.

The Slovenian rider, winner of this year's Giro d'Italia, officially announced in the run-up to the Giro dell'Emilia that he was leaving Jumbo-Visma, and four teams have been strongly rumored to be interested in acquiring his services: the Germans, Lidl-Trek, Movistar Team and INEOS Grenadiers.

Movistar, presumably because of the high price tag, publicly ruled out his signing a couple of days ago. GCN commented a few hours ago that BORA and INEOS were the closest to signing the three-time Vuelta a España winner.

Ciro Scognamiglio, Gazzetta's cycling market expert, has assured that, "barring a last-minute change," BORA will be Primoz Roglic's next team. The Slovenian will lead Jumbo-Visma today, Tuesday, in the Tre Valli Varesine. (end quote)

So if Bora get Roglic, does that mean Ineos get Remco? Or I suspect, Ineos tried to get both!
 
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Bora would be a fine team for Roglic. I am not totally sure what Hindley's Tour level is, but don't think he's better than Roglic ATM; Vlasov is not going to win a GT; and Cian is still young; Buchmann has dropped off and Higuita was never going to be a GT threat (not sure why anyone may have thought so). He should be comfortable there and will have 100% support in the Tour.
 
Wout van Aert has indicated to the sporting management of Jumbo-Visma that he would welcome the arrival of Yves Lampaert to the team. Several sources have confirmed this to WielerFlits. It now looks like six riders will make the switch from Soudal Quick-Step to the new 'merger team' of Richard Plugge. The Dutch camp is also counting on Remco Evenepoel to make the switch with a number of riders around him.
 
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Timothy Dupont back to a pro or WT team ? or he stays at Tarteletto..

 
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Wout van Aert has indicated to the sporting management of Jumbo-Visma that he would welcome the arrival of Yves Lampaert to the team. Several sources have confirmed this to WielerFlits. It now looks like six riders will make the switch from Soudal Quick-Step to the new 'merger team' of Richard Plugge. The Dutch camp is also counting on Remco Evenepoel to make the switch with a number of riders around him.
I can't see Remco leave without Pieter Serry and Louis Vervaeke tbh. They seem to have grown rather close
 

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