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Lineup: Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var

Tomorrow NTT Pro Cycling will take the start in the UCI 2.1 Tour de Alpes Maritimes et du Var, in the South of France. The Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var is a 3-stage race taking place in Southern France, with the first two stages taking place in the hilly outskirts of Nice. The final stage will see the peloton head toward Toulon for a summit finish on Mount Faron. With each stage ending with an uphill climb to the line, the Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var is a race the climbers and puncheurs will relish. NTT Pro Cycling has selected aRead More →

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Walscheid powers to final Langkawi stage win & green jersey

Max Walscheid (NTT Pro Cycling) produced a powerful sprint to win the final stage of the Tour de Langkawi, and in doing so, he also rode away with the green points jersey. The final stage of the Tour de Langkawi took place on the island of Langkawi, over a 108km route which also included 6 local laps on a 9km circuit. NTT Pro Cycling wanted to end the UCI 2.HC event on a high note by securing the green jersey on the shoulders of Walscheid and also taking aim at the final stage win. It would not be a straight forward sprint stage though asRead More →

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Nizzolo claims another podium for NTT Pro Cycling

Giacomo Nizzolo took 3rd place in today’s sprint on stage one of Tour de La Provence, claiming another podium for NTT Pro Cycling. It was a fast, stage today, spanning 149,5km from Châteaurenard to Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Our riders worked hard on the front to control the break of the day, and they were reeled in with under 10km of racing left. Nacer Bouhanni (Arkea-Samsic) won the sprint, ahead of Jakub Mareczko (CCC) and Nizzolo. Today also marked Domenico Pozzovio’s return to the pro peloton. He had not raced since August 2019 due to injury and it was exciting to see him wear the blue of NTTRead More →

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Lineup: Tour de la Provence

On Thursday, NTT Pro Cycling will lineup for Tour de la Provence, a four-day race set in southeastern France. Stage one will be a flat, fast stage and likely result a bunch sprint. The remaining three stages will be a test of attrition, with two summit finishes on the cards, including Mont Ventoux/Chalet Reynard on Saturday. NTT Pro Cycling will have Giacomo Nizzolo leads the line for us among our sprint options. Nizzolo secured our first victory of the year on Stage 5 at the Tour Down Under. The experience of Roman Kreuziger and Danilo Wyss will provide support to those two, while also guidance toRead More →

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Battisella sprints to 3rd as breakaway steals victory

Hideto Nakane (Nippo Delko) won stage 6 of the Tour de Langkawi from his late breakaway companion, Gleb Brussenskiy (Vino-Astana Motors). Samuele Battistella (NTT Pro Cycling) won the sprint from the chasing group, to take 3rd place. Stage 6 of the Tour de Langkawi saw another fast start to the day, with the break taking over 70km to form. Once it did, there was a slight calm to proceedings before the peloton tackled the two main obstacles of the day, a category 2 and category 1 climb that followed in quick succession in the final quarter of the stage. NTT Pro Cycling paid close attentionRead More →

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Walscheid takes a close 2nd on Langkawi stage 5

Mohd Harrif Saleh (TSG Cycling Team) just edged Max Walscheid on the line, to take the stage 5 win of the Tour de Langkawi. Matteo Pelucchi (Bardiani-CSF) rounded out the stage podium. Stage 5 of the Tour de Langkawi was a flat 165km stage that always looked to be one for the sprinters. A fast start saw the break take some time to become established but eventually 6 riders got away. NTT Pro Cycling did not want to give the leaders to much of a gap and so we started riding from around 80km out. With no help coming from the other teams, we keptRead More →

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