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NTT Pro Cycling head to Gran Piemonte

The next Italian single day classic on NTT Pro Cycling’s calendar is the UCI 1.Pro Gran Piemonte, taking place tomorrow, Wednesday 12 August. This year’s edition of the Gran Piemonte will take riders over a new 187km route, including numerous climbs around a circuit in Barolo. For NTT Pro Cycling, the race will serve as the perfect opener ahead of the weekend’s Il Lombardia. Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier will be leading our South African UCI World Team at Piemonte, as the Eritrean climber begins his build-up toward the Giro d’Italia with an all Italian race calendar. Ghebreigzabhier, as our protected rider, will receive support from Danilo Wyss,Read More →

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NTT Pro Cycling set for “tough” Dauphiné

NTT Pro Cycling has announced its team for the Critérium du Dauphiné for what’s expected to be an intriguing race in the final build-up to the Tour de France . A shorter version of this event has been planned by the organisers this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and with the Tour de France on the horizon many teams will be using the race as a final opportunity to fine-tune ahead of the Tour. NTT Pro Cycling’s selection sees a strong climbing group of Louis Meintjes, Domenico Pozzovivo, Ben O’Connor together with the multi-talented Roman Kreuziger all take up slots in the 7-man outfit. With aRead More →

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Nizzolo looks to the future after superb 5th at Milano-Sanremo

NTT Pro Cycling sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo says that his excellent 5th place finish at Milano-Sanremo has given him the belief that he can challenge for even greater honours at the race in the future. Nizzolo was the first Italian rider home in the unique 2020 edition of La Classicissima, narrowly missing out on a podium spot. The race featured a late escape clinch victory for Wout van Aert ahead of defending champion Julian Alaphilippe. Michael Matthews was third and Peter Sagan fourth, ahead of Nizzolo, in the reduced bunch sprint for the minor placings. For NTT Pro Cycling, this excellent performance was the result of monthsRead More →

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NTT Pro Cycling set for Milano-Sanremo

The first monument of the UCI cycling season is upon us as Milano-Sanremo takes place this Saturday, 8th of August. NTT Pro Cycling will line up for the famous Italian classic, which is usually held in the early Spring, with our in-form Italian sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo leading our 6-rider team. The 2020 edition of Milano-Sanremo will go down into the history books as one of the most unique editions of the event, ever. A change of date from March to August, due to the reshuffling of the racing calendar, poses numerous different challenges for the World Tour peloton. The usual threat of cold rain andRead More →

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Victor Campenaerts headlines our Czech Tour lineup

The Czech Tour will get underway on Thursday, 6 August, starting with a team time trial. The race comprises of 4 stages in total, ending on Sunday 9 August. Victor Campenaerts will headline our NTT Pro Cycling lineup at the Czech Tour, as the Belgian gets his 2020 racing season back on track after the Covid-19 pandemic put a stop to all racing since March this year. Campenaerts will be joined by Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, Jay Thomson, Nic Dlamini, Andreas Stokbro, Michael Carbel and Matteo Sobrero. The opening team time trial covers a distance of 18km, and so a strong team performance will layRead More →

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South African Champ leads NTT charge at Tour of Poland

The first UCI World Tour stage race of the restarted cycling season, will be the Tour of Poland, taking place from 5-9 August. NTT Pro Cycling will line up for the 5-stage race with the South African champion, Ryan Gibbons leading the teams charge. The 2020 edition of the Tour of Poland has seen its stage count reduced from the usual 7 stages to 5 stages, this to accommodate the reshuffling of the professional cycling calendar, which was necessary after the Covid-19 pandemic put a halt to racing for most of this year. The 5-stage race still provides options for both sprinters and climbers, withRead More →

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