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30 Aug 2015 - 20:15

Danny van Poppel joins stage nine breakaway

Danny van Poppel joined a 13-man breakaway that formed early in the 168.3-kilometer ninth stage at the Vuelta a España, but when the steep finish climb arrived it was the GC contenders and puncheurs that starred in the finale. When the breakaway hit the climbs it spelled the end for Danny van Poppel and a few of his mates, and the gap to the remainder of the group was drastically cut...
30 Aug 2015 - 19:00

Small mistake proves costly in Plouay

The Grand Prix Ouest France-Plouay was again a battle between antagonists hoping to upset a bunch sprint finish and the sprinters’ teams hoping to keep it all together for their respective fastmen. It all played out in an exhilarating race right down to the final meters.
29 Aug 2015 - 20:15

Stuyven claims first professional win in Vuelta stage 8

Jasper Stuyven gritted his teeth. Hanging on by a thread he dug deep to get over the final climb in stage eight at the Vuelta a España. He was one of the last riders to crest the tough category-three climb with the front group, and once over his teammates Riccardo Zoidl and Haimar Zubeldia went to work.
28 Aug 2015 - 19:00

Schleck passes first mountain test in Vuelta

Stage seven at the Vuelta a España presented the riders with the first big mountaintop finish and first major battle between the general classification favorites. Fränk Schleck found himself in the company of a few other GC favorites, including Tour de France victor Chris Froome (Sky), as he crossed the line in 20th place, one minute and three seconds behind stage winner Bert-Jan Lindeman (LottoNL-Jumbo), who won from the day’s successful breakaway.
Julien Bernard
28 Aug 2015 - 17:00

Stagiaire Julien Bernard signs contract with TFR

Trek Factory Racing is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Julien Bernard, who is currently racing with the team as a stagiaire. Bernard joins the team on a two-year deal after an impressive showing as stagiaire in USA Pro Challenge and Tour of Utah.
27 Aug 2015 - 22:30

Peter Stetina joins Trek Factory Racing

Peter Stetina has signed a contract for 2016 with Trek Factory Racing. The 28-year-old American joins the team as a support rider for the team’s overall ambitions in stage races, but also with a personal focus on the week-long races in North America.
27 Aug 2015 - 19:30

Vuelta stage 6: Schleck arrives with GC favorites; Irizar tests Shimano disc brakes

It was a fast and furious start and even faster, more furious ending to the 200-kilometer stage six at the Vuelta a España, and when all was said and done the puncheurs ruled the day, while the general classification contenders successfully navigated another tricky uphill ending to arrive together in a select bunch of 20. Fränk Schleck stayed with the leading group up the tough 3-kilometer finishing climb and crossed the line in 20th, maintaining his place in the overall ahead of the first big GC test tomorrow
27 Aug 2015 - 01:56

Q&A: Stagiaires Bernard and Basso

It’s the time of the cycling season where many teams introduce new up and coming amateur talent, or stagiaires, taking them on in a trial basis. This year Trek Factory Racing enlisted two young ‘interns’, Frenchman Julien Bernard, 23, and Italian Leonardo Basso, 21.
26 Aug 2015 - 19:00

Tough uphill sprint for stage five

It was a straightforward sprinter’s stage until the final kilometer. The 167.3-kilometer stage five at the Vuelta a España was predominantly flat, but again race organizers threw in an uphill ending resulting in another prickly finish where positioning was critical, and then, even with perfect placement, you still needed to have the power to finish it off.
26 Aug 2015 - 15:45

Ryder Hesjedal joins Trek Factory Racing

Trek Factory Racing is proud to announce the signing of 2012 Giro d’Italia champion Ryder Hesjedal. Hesjedal joins the team as a General Classification leader, notably for Italy’s Grand Tour, which holds a special place in the heart of the 34-year-old Canadian. He finished fifth in the latest edition of the race.