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Mallorca photo gallery, part 2

Emily Maye
on the wheels at camp

Mallorca photo gallery

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1 Feb 2015 - 07:30

First ever Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race a tough affair

It was a good start to the inaugural 174-kilometer Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race for Trek Factory Racing, but what began well did not end well – at least for Laurent Didier. Didier wasted no time in jumping in the early escape to join four other ambitious riders, but after 50 kilometers his day, unfortunately, was over. While grabbing a bottle from the team car, on the opposite side than what he was used to (this being a southern hemisphere race), he lost control on the wet road.
31 Jan 2015 - 18:30

Wind, rain, crashes cause mayhem in Mallorca

Today saw the hardest and hilliest day of the Mallorca Challenge’s four races and inclement weather added extra zing to an already spicy day. By the finish there were only 46 finishers under the harsh conditions. The highest finisher for Trek Factory Racing was Fränk Schleck who prevailed to finish in ninth place.
30 Jan 2015 - 17:30

Mollema debuts with convincing fourth place at Mallorca Challenge

The second in the series of one-day races at the four-day Mallorca Challenge suited the climbers, a hilly 149 kilometers that included Coll de Puig Major, the highest peak on the island, and finishing with a 3.2-kilometer uphill. Trek Factory Racing changed its lineup for the second day and inserted its legs that go uphill fast.
29 Jan 2015 - 18:00

Van Poppel fifth, Steegmans crashes, in Mallorca Challenge

The Mallorca Challenge, a series of four races, opened with a 175.5-kilometer race on Thursday. Matteo Pelucchi (IAM) won the sprint finish that was a calm affair until just over 38 kilometers to go when an increased pace into a section of crosswind briefly jolted the peloton into a flurry of action that continued to the end. Danny van Poppel avoided a late crash and sprinted to a solid fifth place, but it was the show of team unity at the end that had all the riders and director Adriano Baffi smiling after the race.
29 Jan 2015 - 05:03

Q&A: Calvin Watson and Jens Voigt

Calvin Watson impressed with his aggressive racing last week, first in the People’s Choice Classic, then continuing in the Tour Down Under. Jens was on-hand at the TDU as ambassador, and to give support and inspiration to his former teammates. We caught up with Calvin and Jens a few days after the Tour Down Under had finished, and somehow managed to corner them both to talk about the race and each other.
26 Jan 2015 - 15:11

Bauke Mollema in AD: "A new, good bike: you want to ride it every day." (Dutch)

Bauke Mollema keeps making headlines in his home country. In an interview with Algemeen Dagblad's Daan Hakkenberg he talks about his motivation to have a great 2015. And yes, he seems very, very happy at Trek Factory Racing. Welcome, Bauke!
25 Jan 2015 - 19:06

Gallery: Training Camp in Mallorca, Part II

More images from our Winter Training Camp in Mallorca
25 Jan 2015 - 07:45

TDU: Stage Six

The Santos Tour Down Under ended Sunday with a speedy circuit race in the heart of Adelaide. The 90-kilometer stage six consisted of 20 laps of a 4.5-kilometer circuit, and with a small hill each lap and two seconds separating first and second place overall, plus a lot of hungry teams still searching a stage win, it was more than a casual promenade around a city park.
24 Jan 2015 - 15:42

POLL: which race are you most looking forward to?

At the start of the season, we'd like to know which race gets you all excited? Are you most looking forward to the Classics? Or are you more into Grand Tours? Tell us!
24 Jan 2015 - 14:46

Beppu: "Cycling is very popular in Japan" (French)

Fumy Beppu spoke at length with James Startt from Top Vélo about the presence (or absence) of Japanese riders in the pro peloton, his fascination for the European races and the paradox of Japanese cycling.