Such a loooooong contract!World junior CX champion Jan Christen has signed a contract with UAE until 2027, but it's still unknown when he will be joining the WT squad.
Is Pogi team related to UAE? It's not their development team right?World junior CX champion Jan Christen has signed a contract with UAE until 2027, but it's still unknown when he will be joining the WT squad.
I can see why Trentin might as would still be almost guaranteed a Giro wildcard and with Ulissi and Trentin the team should get plenty of invites for the spring classics. With how Pogacar took to the cobbles like a duck to water Trentin would be relegated to super domestique status at UAE in any race Pogacar entered.News on the new Italian cycling team p/b Davide CassaniOud-bondscoach Davide Cassani is nog altijd bezig met het in het leven roepen van een nieuwe wielerploeg.www.wielerkrant.be
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Riders so far: Ulissi - Fedeli & Trentin
The 1st 2 kinda make sense but I have a hard time believing Trentin would opt for a Proconti Italian team the coming years.
Only Norwegian brothers (and Norway/denmakr don't make up all of Scandinavia anyway)Here's a thought: Uno-X could sign the Kragh Andersen brothers. They do seem to have a bit of a Gotta catch them all thing going on with regards to Scandinavian brothers.
From what we know, they're only signing Danish and Norwegian riders, because that's the key markets for Uno-X. If they had been interested in Swedish riders, it would have been a bad choice not to have signed the Erikssons after last season.Where does it say only Norwegian brothers. And, sure, they should try and get their hands on the Erikssons too.
A shame Fredrik Ludvigsson retired, though.
When you write WWT, Are you talking about men or women cycling?I don't need another Belgian team at the WWT level, instead, it would be great to have a team that was from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland etc., it would be great to see the great signings stick together there.
The WWT could be more internationally interesting if there was more of a diversification requirement - so that this wasn't 50% Belgium, French, or Italian teams.(via rights questionable countries).
Currently, there is one WWT, from Australia, Netherlands, Germany, Israel, Spain, UK, and the US. (EF, vs Trek, doesn't have any American riders).
(Yes I get that the registration country doesn't matter that much, and many teams have riders from all over the place).
To me, there is too much trying to win not WWT single-day races, versus GC for many teams.
(I posted part of this on another channel)
I think that's the way most of us are thinking. And if you wanted to not consider men's World Tour the "default", surely MWT would make more sense.When you write WWT, Are you talking about men or women cycling?
In my head WT is about men World Tour and WWT is about Women World Tour. A bit confusing.
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