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Mallorca photo gallery, part 2

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Mallorca photo gallery

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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.
24 Jan 2015 - 06:45

TDU: Stage Five

Dan McConnell cleared Willunga Hill the first time, but became a victim of the crosswind section that followed when Team Astana came to the front and blew the front group into two echelons. There was no mercy for the pro mountain biker unaccustomed to the brutal tactics of WorldTour racing, and McConnell lost contact.
23 Jan 2015 - 07:30

TDU: Alafaci 9th

The tables turned back to the sprinters for the 144.5-kilometer stage four of the Santos Tour Down Under, and the heat, wind, and hills made for a taxing and stressful day. Despite two different breakaways that established during the race, and the wind wreaking havoc at certain moments, it was a large bunch that roared into the final, hectic kilometers. The sprinters had their center stage.
22 Jan 2015 - 23:45

Q&A: Haimar Zubeldia, Markel Irizar and XC Pro Sergio Mantecón

While at December camp, Spanish mountain biker, Sergio Mantecón, who rides for the Trek Factory Racing XC Mountain Bike team, joined Trek Factory Racing ProTeam for a first-rate bike fit by Trek's Precision Fit, and also tagged along on a few training rides. We sat down with Sergio and asked Markel Irizar and Haimar Zubeldia to join us for a planned short interview about their goals, life on the road and the off-season.
22 Jan 2015 - 06:45

TDU: Stage Three

Calvin Watson continued right where he left off yesterday with another aggressive, strong show: He jumped into the day’s early breakaway with three others non-GC threats, and they built a lead that hovered at three minutes for most of the day. “Kim [Andersen] said to look for the breakaway today and it went relatively early and I jumped in there,” said Watson.
21 Jan 2015 - 07:30

TDU: Stage Two

The 150.5-kilometer stage two was lumpy from the get-go and ended with a leg-breaking stair-stepped climb for the final six or so kilometers. With the early three-man escape group already safely back in the fold with 24 kilometers to go – the peloton was taking no chances today on a stage one repeat - the win was a fight between the strongest of the fastest