Well, if we discount the rumours for people who were with Acquadro such as Rodríguez and Samitier given Movistar have blacklisted him, it does limit them but while they may not be as top heavy as they currently are, there are some options out there. For example, Manzana-Postobón's garage sale. Quite a few of those riders are either available or signed short term deals after the team's collapse. Aldemar Reyes is probably of most interest to them, but there's also Yecid Sierra and Juan Felipe Osorio who scored some good results in the Tour of Turkey and in the Spanish domestic calendar respectively. Obviously with the team having been suspended because of doping you can take them with a pinch of salt. It'll be interesting to see what happens to Xuban Errazkin now, too, although I suspect he'll have to work his way up through ProConti like de la Parte did for a few years yet.At this moment Noviestar has only 20 riders under contract for 2020,they need at least another 6 or 7...but the question is..where from/?
Where are you seeing a list for next year?Is Castrilo's manager Acquadro?
I think that Movistar has 22 riders in this moment for next season.
Prades and Erviti are not at the list.
I thought it was Katusha and Israel Cycling Academy or the team that MvdP rides for. It seems no one knows what is going on with Katusha. Direct Energie appears likely to be the 2nd Pro Conti team to get the new WT license for next year without needing to merge.I thought Katusha & Direct Energie were merging for 2019
And I still think they should try to get Colgate to replace Alpecin as their brand-sponsor, and then have Politt take Kittel's place as the front-figure in those ads! (Though it seems recently they've gotten Zabel to play the main role.)I thought it was Katusha and Israel Cycling Academy or the team that MvdP rides for. It seems no one knows what is going on with Katusha. Direct Energie appears likely to be the 2nd Pro Conti team to get the new WT license for next year without needing to merge.
After 3 years, Dunbar will be just turned 26. At that stage he’ll know better where he stands. If he has gc potential, no better place to be.I had secret hopes he would sign for a team that could give him a few more chances to ride for himself in big races. Three years is a very long time.
PCS only shows UCI races. He has plenty of victories in Colombia this year, including the Vuelta. That said, he's not good enough to be on a World Tour team, but he's Egan's childhood friend since the MTB days, so there's that.Was about to ask the same. Guy barely has any results recorded on procyclingstats and that's assuming I was able to find the right one Brandon Rivera.