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Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
« Reply #120 on: November 09, 2022, 14:13 »
If he’s struggling with long Covid, I suspect he won’t be able to race at all. Career ending.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #121 on: November 09, 2022, 14:46 »
    In this article about Corratec, Frassi confirms the signing of a Giotti rider, who returned to winning ways this season after two difficult first years of his career.

    https://bici.pro/news/professionisti/frassi-corratec-velocisti-scalatori/

    So that should be Nicolas Dalla Valla - a very good signing, I'd say.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #122 on: November 10, 2022, 09:14 »
    https://www.roadcycling.cz/aktuality/michael-kukrle-prestupuje-do-felbermayr---simplon-wels

    Kukrle ---------> #felbermayr

    Disappointing he couldn't get a PCT ride. However he won't do too badly financially I think, that was one of the reasons Turek signed there previously. Speaking of Dan, Kukrle have big boots to fill as his fellow countryman won the ORV-Radliga this year (the first Czech to achieve this feat I believe).
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #123 on: November 10, 2022, 11:13 »
    Disappointing he couldn't get a PCT ride. However he won't do too badly financially I think, that was one of the reasons Turek signed there previously.

    #felbermayr also seems to be quite ambitious to up their game in 2023. They signed the DS from Maloja (not sure what that means for them, btw, as he essentially also was the team boss), and he said that they aim to attack more races also on international level, get results with an offensive racing style, and potentially even finish Top 10 (from the CT teams, I guess) in the Europe Tour rankings.

    https://www.meinbezirk.at/wels-wels-land/c-regionauten-community/rupert-hoedlmoser-ab-der-rennsaison-2023-neuer-sportlicher-leiter-beim-team-felbermayr-simplon-wels_a5567953
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #124 on: November 12, 2022, 18:12 »
    https://www.roadcycling.cz/aktuality/michael-kukrle-prestupuje-do-felbermayr---simplon-wels

    Kukrle ---------> #felbermayr

    https://www.roadcycling.cz/clanek/tesim-se-na-nove-vyzvy-rika-michael-kukrle-prestupujici-do-rakouskeho-felbermayr---simplon-wels

    .....and in this interview, he lets slips another transfer for the Austrian team.

    Zoidl-berg -----------> #felbermayr

    That's three big names leaving Voralberg (Zoidl, Thalmann and Guerin)
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #125 on: November 13, 2022, 19:51 »
    Zoidl-berg -----------> #felbermayr

    That's three big names leaving Voralberg (Zoidl, Thalmann and Guerin)
    I'll let you in on something: I only remembered Zoidl had left #felbermayr when reading this post that he went back there. :shh

    In other news:
    Räim #burgos --> #att (I guess I have to make the kit smiley now)

    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/1591763158691086337

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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #126 on: November 15, 2022, 15:51 »
    I was reading a bit of an interview with the main guy at Dsnty (or whatever the spelling is) a week or two back and he was talking about wanting the team to race internationally and not just SSBRs (I'm paraphrasing slightly :P) as his company are a global brand.

    yep, this also was confirmed in a Directvelo interview last week. They plan to do all three GT.

    Totat apparently will skip the Giro, though.

    https://twitter.com/inrng/status/1592536453023928321

    "The team was selected to do the Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana in 2023", is what Manzin says.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #127 on: November 15, 2022, 19:20 »
    https://www.roadcycling.cz/clanek/do-att-investments-prichazi-sedm-novych-cyklistu-mezi-nimi-dva-jezdci-z-urovne-proteams

    The full list of new names for #att

    Raim
    Dina
    Kivistik
    Kelemen
    Turek
    Otruba
    Chyle

    Before he got the Bingoal gig, Guerin was interested in joining too.

    I think Otruba and Turek will be the best signings for them. Raim will hopefully do okay, but his Burgos experiment didn't work out and there's no guarantee he'll be able to get his ICA/Mazowsze mojo back.

    Dina I'm really not sure about. Really didn't do much at Eolo and his Pannon form was a long time ago in cycling terms. I guess his presence though will swing them a 2.Pro invite at the newly promoted Hongrie.

    Kivistik they hope will be able to replicate the type of rider Heming is. Impossible to judge yet. Maybe we'll get some idea after their Spanish camp in December.

    Kelemen is a trackie mainly and will be their oldest rider. Age is definitely something which jumps out at you looking at the team. Only four riders will be U23 eligible in 2023. Are they thinking about PCT in a couple of years time?
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #128 on: November 19, 2022, 11:58 »
    https://twitter.com/AstanaQazTeam/status/1593881196991217664

    Laaasu ---------> #astana

    Vino says the team would "like to pay a bit more attention to quite not a traditional discipline for us as a bunch sprint". Laas will get his own chances and help out the teams young sprinters (Gleb?)

    Chzhan will sign with them also.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #129 on: November 20, 2022, 19:41 »
    Big changes at Bike Aid.

    https://twitter.com/awesomewave13/status/1594397006599962624

    A lot of their established names leaving. I read a week or two back that they wanted to enhance their chances of getting a Deutschland Tour invite next year. So more Germans then? Maybe a return for Wolf.

    Two Africans were talked about as well, so there should be another to add to Yemane.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #130 on: November 21, 2022, 09:28 »
    https://twitter.com/AstanaQazTeam/status/1593881196991217664

    Laaasu ---------> #astana

    Vino says the team would "like to pay a bit more attention to quite not a traditional discipline for us as a bunch sprint". Laas will get his own chances and help out the teams young sprinters (Gleb?)

    Chzhan will sign with them also.

    Syritsa is now confirmed. Would also have been quite a shocker if not, tbh

    https://www.astana-qazaqstan.com/gleb-syritsa-moves-to-worldtour-with-astana-qazaqstan-team/
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #131 on: November 23, 2022, 11:41 »
    Sepulveda confirmed, and a good Sibiu performance for Adamietz paid off :)

    #sauerland Johannes Adamietz --> #lotto Lotto Dstny

    https://www.lottosoudal.be/en/news/detail/4951/lotto-dstny-reinforces-team-with-sepulveda-and-adamietz
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    Re: Mens\' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #132 on: November 24, 2022, 12:29 »
    Eolo reunites the Bais brothers

    #androni Mattia Bais --> #eolo EOLO-Kometa

    https://twitter.com/EoloKometaTeam/status/1595689859536113664

    Davide had a pretty strong finish of the season, hopefully Mattia can find some of his old mojo again as well. He looked like a super promising, attacking rider when I first saw him with #friuli in Turul Romaniei, but turned into a somewhat hopeless early breakaway guy at Androni.

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    Overall a pretty poor transfer campaign by Eolo, though. Apparently Basso promised five high profile transfers this Summer, of which Fedeli was announced to be the first one. Now Fedeli is off to Q36.5 again, and Bais & Garosio the only other pros to come in.

    With Raccani and Piganzoli they got two of the more promising Italian youngsters, to be fair, but overall the team still hasn't really gained much strength compared to old Kometa CT days.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #133 on: December 05, 2022, 20:03 »
    https://twitter.com/SpazioCiclismo/status/1599727964760834048

    DSM showing some common sense for once and sign Onley earlier than planned.

    Also confirmation today of Sinkeldam joining Alpecin which means no room for Osborne (unless someone like Gaze for example drops out).
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #134 on: December 06, 2022, 08:18 »
    Osborne confirmed that he will stay with Alpecin, but not at which team. I'd be surprised if it's not the WT one, but it probably won't make a major difference for his race program.

    Meanwhile, Carlos Samudio signed for Spanish CT team Java Kiwi Atlántico.


    https://www.instagram.com/p/CltI1HTMVSi/?hl=de

    This one is interesting, because Samudio was already confirmed to join Corretec. They now terminated his contract because they weren't aware that he tested positive back home in Panama a while ago. Neither is the UCI, apparently.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #135 on: December 06, 2022, 10:28 »



    Because Photoshop doesn't have an inbuilt spellchecker...
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #136 on: December 09, 2022, 18:44 »
    https://twitter.com/IsraelPremTech/status/1601238735634706432

    Just over 100 race days in the last four years and half of them were in 2021. There have been a few flashes of his talent here and there (Croatia and Suisse), but he hasn't been able to build on them.

    Anyway it's a cheap, low risk bet and no doubt a bit of a favour to SEG. :shh
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #137 on: December 12, 2022, 13:39 »
    https://twitter.com/Arkea_Samsic/status/1602234156603301888

    Another string to their classics/sprint bow. Basically an Italian clone of Hofstetter and therefore not really a rider profile they needed, but since he was available and with not knowing if Bouhanni will be able to return to his old level, why not sign him. At the very least it means he can't sign with one of their "rivals" for WT in three years time.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #138 on: December 13, 2022, 14:09 »
    They’re not overly blessed with people who can get top placings though, very reliant on youngsters like Louvel and Vauquelin, aside from Hofstetter, Capiot, Barguil and possibly Champoussin and Bouhanni. Mozzato will give them a further option. It’ll be interesting to see how Le Berre, Ponomar and Dekker get on too.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #139 on: December 13, 2022, 14:36 »
    Sounds like Cav has signed with Israel, a post appeared and then disappeared yesterday saying that.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #140 on: December 13, 2022, 15:19 »
    but now the rumour mill says he'll sign for Rally :dizzy
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #141 on: December 14, 2022, 11:23 »
    The general flip-up level is strong with this signing, can I add another perspective to it?

    ….
    Meanwhile, Carlos Samudio signed for Spanish CT team Java Kiwi Atlántico.


    https://www.instagram.com/p/CltI1HTMVSi/?hl=de

    This one is interesting, because Samudio was already confirmed to join Corretec. They now terminated his contract because they weren't aware that he tested positive back home in Panama a while ago. Neither is the UCI, apparently.


    Because Photoshop doesn't have an inbuilt spellchecker...

    So, why is he pictured in front of cruise ships in Olden, Norway?  :shh
    Despite their size these ships are known to be very stealthy when it comes to labor contracts and payments. They are more or less unstoppable in circumnavigating rules and regulations everywhere they go, shopping around the world for the «country of convenience» that provides the required business registration and a flag to fly at the Stern, but no interference and total discretion when it comes to business practices. Check your -exactly that - Panama papers, to name the country most famous for taking the resposibilities of organizing the tax-evations. 
    I only need to find the missing link to pro cycling somewhere here for this conspiracy theory to become fully consistent :P

    Here is the background for all this! There must be something hidden in Olden that explains everything!

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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #142 on: December 14, 2022, 11:27 »
    but now the rumour mill says he'll sign for Rally :dizzy

    Do you mean the Rally that became the Horse Power Health or something last year?  #hpm
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #143 on: December 14, 2022, 12:22 »
    Do you mean the Rally that became the Horse Power Health or something last year?  #hpm

    yeah, exactly. It always takes a couple of year for me to adapt to new team names ;).

    https://www.velonews.com/news/road/report-mark-cavendish-could-be-headed-to-human-powered-health/
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #144 on: December 14, 2022, 15:26 »
    The general flip-up level is strong with this signing, can I add another perspective to it?

    So, why is he pictured in front of cruise ships in Olden, Norway?  :shh

    Are you claiming that those snow capped mountains are not by the side of the Panama Canal?
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #145 on: December 17, 2022, 08:56 »
    https://twitter.com/cirogazzetta/status/1603883337101164545

    Well, if it's the only game in town, and he wants to give himself a chance of the record breaking win, then I guess he has to go with it. Laas + Moscon + ??? as a train.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #146 on: December 19, 2022, 08:50 »
    Well, if it's the only game in town, and he wants to give himself a chance of the record breaking win, then I guess he has to go with it. Laas + Moscon + ??? as a train.
    ??? will apparently be Cees Bol (who was also set to sign for B&B-whatever and is now without a team).
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #147 on: December 19, 2022, 22:02 »
    ??? will apparently be Cees Bol (who was also set to sign for B&B-whatever and is now without a team).

    That would be an excellent choice, if he is willing to lead out for Cavendish...

    Cees Bool already made the best leadout ever in Aleksander Kristoff style .... for Aleksander Kristoff.



    Every time I watch this clip, I wonder how many wins Kristoff could have scored if UAE managed to organize a leadout train.  :P
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #148 on: December 23, 2022, 10:02 »
    another final signing for #israel

    #bikeexchange #bbhotels Nick Schultz --> #israel Israel - Premier Tech

    https://israelpremiertech.com/room-for-one-more-nick-schultz-signs-with-ipt/

    The press release says that he will join the team for the training camp in January, so no *au campaign for him, by the sound of it.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #149 on: December 23, 2022, 18:05 »
    I figured they might pick him up. Another favour for SEG. :shh

    However he seems much less of a bet than Williams. Looked pretty good at the Tour, hanging in with the best 11-12 (?) climbers on some of the stages I saw. Of course he should have been getting in breaks and not wasting energy hanging on with the GC guys, but I think he's a good pick-up for the team.

    Now do I try and fit him into my CQ team?
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