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Tour de France Stage 17: Reaction

The ‘queen stage’ of the 2020 Tour de France was won by Miguel Angel Lopez (AST) in impressive fashion on the top of the Col de la Loze (2300m). He saw off the challenge of Primoz Roglic (TJV) and Tadej Pogacar (UAE), the two Slovenians retaining first and second in the GC battle. Michael Gogl continued to show his fight and his hugely impressive descending skills down the Col de Madeleine (96kph) and entered the final climb with the Maillot Jaune group. Michael Gogl I was a bit behind on the Madeleine so I went pretty fast to get back to the group and I’llRead More →

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Tour de France Stage 16: Reaction

Stage 16 of the Tour de France saw Lennard Kamna (BOH) solo to an impressive victory after earlier playing an active role in forming the day’s breakaway that finally stuck. NTT Pro Cycling’s riders tried valiantly in a fast and furious opening 50km stretch to assist in forming the break – with Michael Gogl, Michael Valgren and Edvald Boasson Hagen all particularly active. The day’s racing then saw the team all ride safely home conserving energy ahead of what promises to be some tough days to come. Ryan Gibbons It was quite a hard start and we were really motivated to be in the breakRead More →

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Campenaerts places 2nd at Tirreno-Adriatico ITT, Meintjes 12th overall.

The 2020 Tirreno-Adriatico reached its conclusion today with Filippo Ganna (Ineos) winning the final stage individual time trial. Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) won the race overall. NTT Pro Cycling rode away from the Tirreno-Adriatico after a number of promising performances during the week. Louis Meintjes started showing signs that he is well on his way to getting back to his best. The South African climber attacked the peloton on stage 4 and spent over 40km out front in the mountains, before being reeled in on the final climb of the day and finished just outside of the top 20. Amanuel Gebreigzabhier, Samuele Battistella and Victor CampenaertsRead More →

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Lineup: Tour of Luxembourg

NTT Pro Cycling is set to line up for the Tour of Luxembourg, which gets underway on 15 September and ends after 5 days of racing, on 19 September. The UCI 2.Pro Tour of Luxembourg will take place over 5 road stages, all similarly designed to suit the puncheurs and sprinters that can get over the short sharp climbs. NTT Pro Cycling will take to the start with Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, Ben King, Danilo Wyss, Jay Thomson, Dylan Sunderland and Michael Carbel. Janse van Rensburg will be one of our protected riders throughout the race, as the parcour certainly suits his characteristics. With onlyRead More →

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Tour de France Stage 15: Reaction

NTT Pro Cycling’s Michael Gogl had a day he won’t forget as he went on a courageous breakaway on stage 15 of the Tour de France that featured brutal climbs and rapid descents. The Austrian was only reeled in on the slopes on the day’s final climb, the Grand Colombier, his daring hope of victory dashed as the contenders in the battle for the general classification took a grip in the final 15km of the day. The Austrian was heavily involved in forming the day’s eventual breakaway which was chipped away over the stage that featured three major climbs. Despite losing some distance on some of the steeper inclines he used his superb descending skills to take back time, and open up his own advantages. Gogl was eventually caught withRead More →

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Tour de France Stage 14: Reaction

NTT Pro Cycling’s Michael Valgren rode strongly to finish in the maillot jaune group on a tough stage 14 of the Tour de France. Team Sunweb’s Soren Kragh Andersen broke away in the final stages to claim an impressive win in Lyon with Luka Mezgec second and Simone Consonni third. Valgren was 13th on the stage, skillfully navigating his way in a reduced group and a tricky finale into Lyon. Michael Valgren It was a hard day on the bike and we knew that Bora would go hard on the first climb to drop the sprinters and then that I was alone so I wouldRead More →

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