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4 Aug 2015 - 23:15
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Busche, Schleck safely arrive with reduced bunch in Utah stage two

Only one climb in the 159.6-kilometer stage two in the Tour of Utah, but it was a steep 3.5 kilometers up North Ogden Divide that summited 30 kilometers from the finish, enough to whittle the peloton to 47 riders. Matthew Busche, Fränk Schleck and Trek Factory Racing stagiaire Leonardo Basso finished with the front peloton after the punishing gradient (9% average, 12% maximum) took its toll.
 
4 Aug 2015 - 20:00
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Nizzolo a frustrating second in Poland stage 3

Giacomo Nizzolo was situated perfectly as he launched his final kick in the 166-kilometer third stage at the Tour of Poland Tuesday. With a clear runway to the looming white line, he could smell victory. But suddenly, a handful of meters before the line, Matteo Pelucchi (IAM Cycling) appeared on his left with momentum – a few powerful pedal strokes, one bike throw, and a millisecond later the win was snatched from Nizzolo’s grasp.
 
3 Aug 2015 - 23:45
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Rainy, cool start in Utah

Stage one at the Tour of Utah was expected to end in a bunch sprint, but with two stiff climbs in the 212.4-kilometer opening stage – the longest of the weeklong race – coupled with rainy, cool weather nothing was going to be predictable. A late attack threw a curveball into the bunch sprint prognosis as three men joined the last two relics from the original seven-man breakaway.
 
3 Aug 2015 - 20:00
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Nizzolo avoids mass crash to finish third

For the second straight day at the Tour of Poland, the sprinters ruled the roost, but a massive high-speed crash in the final meters ruined what may have been a higher placing for Giacomo Nizzolo.Giacomo Nizzolo narrowly missed a horrendous pileup in the last 200 meters of the second stage at the Tour of Poland Monday to sprint to third place behind winner Matteo Pelucchi (IAM Cycling) and second-placed Marcel Kittel (Giant-Alpecin).
 
3 Aug 2015 - 15:45
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Stuyven and Felline extend with Trek Factory Racing

Jasper Stuyven and Fabio Felline agreed to contract extensions with Trek Factory Racing. Both riders are key assets in TFR’s mission to develop talent and have shown abundant sparks since the team began in 2014. Both riders will be at the start of the Eneco Tour on August 10.
 
2 Aug 2015 - 18:00
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Tour of Poland kicks off with Warsaw circuit race

The Tour of Poland began Sunday with 10 laps of a 12.2-kilometer circuit and as expected it all came down to a bunch sprint. Marcel Kittel (Giant Alpecin) grabbed a long-awaited victory, his first of 2105, and with it the first leader’s jersey of the race, while Trek Factory Racing walked away from the opening stage dissatisfied and wanting more after Giacomo Nizzolo finished in 12th.
 
1 Aug 2015 - 19:15
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Mollema finishes with strong 6th place in San Sebastian

Clásica San Sebastian, the Spanish Classic that always follows a week after the Tour de France, is a race that Bauke Mollema loves: second last year, fifth in 2012, and this year sixth after he again was part of a small select group that crested the final climb to fight out the final seven-kilometer run-in.
 
30 Jul 2015 - 17:51
Blog

TFR rolls out two ‘stagiaires’ during US races

Frenchman Julien Bernard and Italian Leonardo Basso are to debut for Trek Factory Racing at the Tour of Utah from August 3-9. Both young riders will go on to race the US Pro Challenge in Colorado.
 
29 Jul 2015 - 18:15
News

Danny van Poppel wins final stage in Wallonie

Danny van Poppel attacked at the bottom of the steep, cobbled climb that topped out just before the finish of the final stage in the Tour de Wallonie Wednesday, and soloed to his second victory of the five-day race. With only four riders, Trek Factory Racing used its resources perfectly to lead Danny van Poppel into the tricky s-turn at the bottom of the Mur de Thuin climb where he made his move early, opting not to wait for the sprint, and opened a gap that no one could close.
 
28 Jul 2015 - 18:00
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Van Poppel third in stage four bunch sprint, retains points lead

Although he could not match his victory in stage two, Danny van Poppel’s third place in the 162-kilometer stage four at the Tour de Wallonie retained his lead in the points classification. The race played out under more favorable weather than yesterday and it all ended with the expected bunch sprint. Jonas Van Genechten (IAM Cycling) was first across the line, ahead of Michael Morkov (Tinkoff-Saxo) and Danny van Poppel respectively.