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The dust
has settled

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Paris-Roubaix gallery

Felline beats ‘em all!

Italian sprinter lands a big victory
in the Basque country

Felline crushes
the TT in Critérium

TFR goes one-two with
Felline and Bob Jungels

Epic racing
in Gent-Wevelgem

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Behind the Stripes

Julián Arredondo in Colombia

22 Apr 2015 - 19:25

Flèche Wallonne Gallery

22 Apr 2015 - 18:15

Crash-filled Flèche-Wallonne; Mollema in top 20

Trek Factory Racing entered the 79th edition of La Flèche-Wallonne with big ambitions: Bauke Mollema was fourth here last year, Fabio Felline and Bob Jungels are showing great form, and Julian Arredondo could prove a dark-horse with his explosive climbing ability. Throw in the strong, experienced supporting legs of Fränk Schleck, plus the tireless work day-in-day-out from the unsung heroes Calvin Watson, Fumy Beppu and Laurent Didier and the team’s morale was high at race start.
19 Apr 2015 - 22:12

Amstel Gold Gallery

19 Apr 2015 - 18:00

Trek Factory Racing misses final punch in Amstel Gold Race

The 50th edition of Amstel Gold Race, Netherlands’ biggest one-day race, kicked off the climbers’ Classics, and with 34 climbs packed into the 258-kilometer parcours making for more than 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) of climbing there was no hiding: by the end the hardiest were all that was left. Trek Factory Racing had a few cards to play in the finale with Fabio Felline and Bauke Mollema both suited to the decisive Cauberg ending, and with Bob Jungels and the experienced legs of Fränk Schleck also tucked in the front peloton that arrived to the bottom for the final ascent everything, at least on paper, looked to be playing out perfectly for the pinstripes.
15 Apr 2015 - 18:15

Felline 7th in punishing Brabantse Pijl

The cobblestone Classics ended last Sunday and today the 55th edition of the Brabantse Pijl signaled the start of the Ardennes Classics. Although the semi-classic race is void of the longer climbs seen in the Ardennes, it was far from flat with 26 climbs peppered in the 205.4-kilometer course that weaved its way from Leuven to Overijse. It was suited to the punchy climbers and the uphill finish tailored to those with anything left in the tank after a brutal day of steep ups and downs. In other words, it was perfectly tuned to the red hot Fabio Felline.
13 Apr 2015 - 15:23

Behind the Stripes: Part Five

“My father's drinking slowly brought the family to ruin. I’m not mad at him for the decision he took. In a way, it was an act of love. By taking himself out of the equation we would be better off." Markel Irizar talks very openly about his father's suicide, but also about his cancer and how he held ground for his mother's sake. “I was more concerned for her than for myself. She had already lost her sister to cancer. It’s not something you can deal with more easily the second time it strikes, you know.”
13 Apr 2015 - 11:04

Paris-Roubaix Gallery

12 Apr 2015 - 18:45

Rast earns hardman title for Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix came down to an exhilarating seven-man sprint with John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) taking the glory, but it was Gregory Rast finishing in 20th after spending most of the race off the front that was an impressive move that can lay claim to a hardman award for the 253.5-kilometer race. Rast jumped into the day’s long breakaway of nine men and over the next five hours helped maintain the group’s lead. When a decimated peloton finally caught them 21 kilometers from the end only four, including Rast, remained.
11 Apr 2015 - 21:30

Fabio Felline 6th in the Vuelta al País Vasco final uphill TT

The Vuelta al País Vasco ended with a really hard TT of 18,3km that would be decisive for the GC. Bauke Mollema, our main GC-contender, did not take the start after his bad crash yesterday in order to recover in time for Amstel. Fabio Felline threw down a really nice TT and took hold of the 6th place.
11 Apr 2015 - 17:47

Pre-Roubaix Days