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Time for Team work

Sergent, Coledan, Devolder, Zoidl, Irizar and Felline
defend team colors at World Championships

Van Poppel
powers to victory

Young Dutch rider
wins stage 12 Vuelta a España

Team Time Trial
victory in Alberta

Merckx-style race against the clock
perfect for our Madones

Stuyven magnificent

Young Belgian wins from reduced bunch,
but out with broken scaphoid

Show your stars
and stripes

Matthew Busche takes
second career U.S. national road title

11 Oct 2015 - 17:15

Early crash eliminates Nizzolo, Trek Factory Racing in Paris-Tours

The 109th edition of Paris-Tours began with disaster for Trek Factory Racing - losing Giacomo Nizzolo to a crash in the first kilometer- and never improved as a large 31 rider group escaped in the crosswinds a few kilometers later and the pinstripes, who had pulled back to wait for their leader, missed the move.
8 Oct 2015 - 19:15

Nizzolo sprints onto Paris-Bourges podium for 2nd straight year

Giacomo Nizzolo once again proved his consistency as one of the fastest in the pro peloton capturing his 10th podium of the season in Paris-Bourges Thursday. The 65th edition of the French autumn classic included 190.3 kilometers with a few small bumps along the way, but as usual was expected to end with a fast grouped finish. The three-man breakaway that formed in the first hour had little hope to hold off the peloton, especially with most teams hungry for a sprint ending.
8 Oct 2015 - 17:00

Alafaci extends contract, Trek Factory Racing completes roster for 2016

Italian Eugenio Alafaci has extended his contract with Trek Factory Racing, continuing with the USA registered WorldTeam for the 2016 season. Alafaci, 25, first signed with TFR in its maiden year (2014), and has proven to be an amiable and tireless workhorse for the team the past two seasons. After a flurry of new signings and three contract extensions, Trek Factory Racing has completed its roster for the 2016 season, which will number 25 riders, slightly pared back from the 27 in 2014.
6 Oct 2015 - 17:15

Devolder, Popovych extend contracts with Trek Factory Racing

For 2016, super-domestiques Stijn Devolder (36) and Yaroslav Popovych (35) will continue riding in the pinstripes of the Trek Factory Racing team. Both will again focus on the spring classics, where their experience and hard work – instrumental in the past - will yet again prove key to the team’s success.
5 Oct 2015 - 09:22


4 Oct 2015 - 17:30

Mollema with rare “off day” in Lombardia

Trek Factory Racing went into the final WorldTour event and fifth Monument with high ambitions, but the 245-kilometer brutally tough parcours of Il Lombardia coupled with a rare “off-day” for Bauke Mollema to dictate elsewise. In the critical moment of the race some fifty kilometers from the end the ridiculous steep Muro di Sormano blew the race apart; over the top and on the ensuing tricky hairpin descent less than 30 riders remained in contention for the win.
2 Oct 2015 - 18:00

Felline tenacious in Gran Piemonte breakaway

As forecasted the 99th edition of the Gran Piemonte was a rain-soaked and cold affair, making for a miserable 185 kilometers. When a 13-rider escape group formed soon after the start Fabio Felline and Marco Coledan jumped into the mix. Coledan pulled hard in the escape group, allowing Felline to save his energy for the latter part of the race. Coledan lost contact on the first of two climbs in the predominantly flat parcours, and after the second with some 40 kilometers to go the breakaway was crafted to seven strong leaders, including Felline
1 Oct 2015 - 18:00

Arredondo tops for TFR in Milan-Turin

Julian Arredondo completed the 186-kilometer historic Italian classic Milano-Torino with a strong 15th place atop the punishingly steep climb to the Basilica di Superga. The Italian classic, one of the oldest races on the UCI calendar, is always decided on the tough Superga climb (4.9kms and 9.1%) that the peloton ascends two times in the final 25 kilometers.
30 Sep 2015 - 18:15

Nizzolo 3rd, Felline 5th in Tre Valli Varesine

Trek Factory Racing played a perfect race at the Italian classic Tre Valli Varesine Wednesday but was beaten by an unstoppable and on-form Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) who soloed the final three kilometers to take the victory. Giacomo Nizzolo sprinted to third after a late attack from Rusvelo’s Sergei Firsanov saw him just hold off the small chase group to snag second place. Fabio Felline was also in the mix, finishing an impressive fifth after giving all his energy to try and keep everything intact for a sprint finish.
28 Sep 2015 - 19:55

World Championships Road Race