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Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
« Reply #60 on: August 15, 2022, 16:34 »
He isn't. Pro contract in 2021 (and the first months of 2022), so no more stagiairing for Mathias Vacek.

#trek now somehow found a way to still get him on board as a stagiare (as also confirmed on the UCI website)

https://racing.trekbikes.com/stories/trek-segafredo-men/welcome-mathias
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #61 on: August 23, 2022, 07:42 »
    #trek now somehow found a way to still get him on board as a stagiare (as also confirmed on the UCI website)
    Yeah, I re-read the rules, and WT teams can have stagiaires that had a pro contract previously as long as they are U23:
    Quote from: 2.15.100 bis
    In addition, in the period between 1 August (1) and 31 December, each UCI WorldTeam may admit into the team three elite or under 23 trainees on the following conditions:
    1. In the case of an elite rider, he shall not previously have belonged to any UCI WorldTeam or UCI ProTeam
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #62 on: August 29, 2022, 19:40 »
    https://twitter.com/WielerFlits/status/1564316380618539008

    Confirmation today that Livyns and Paasschens will be heading to Lotto. Some climbers will be needed too.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #63 on: August 30, 2022, 15:50 »
    a bit of a surprising move

    #israel Patrick Bevin --> #dsm Team DSM

    https://www.velonews.com/news/road/patrick-bevin-set-to-sign-for-team-dsm/

    #lotto Harm Vanhoucke will get on board as well
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #64 on: August 30, 2022, 19:49 »
    I dunno if I'd describe his as one of the team's most consistent riders. Very good some times, AWOL at others. Has has anybody seen him at the Vuelta?

    -------------------------------

    https://twitter.com/IsraelPremTech/status/1564553558103674881

    The average age is heading down!

    We might see a couple of other American youngsters joining him and Kessler under the IPT/ICA umbrella - Viggo Moore and Jesse Maris. Watch this space.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #65 on: September 02, 2022, 10:10 »
    Fabian Lienhard stays with #groupama for another two years

    https://www.blick.ch/sport/rad/lienhard-ueberzeugt-in-spanien-cancellara-abgesagt-und-dafuer-traum-erfuellt-id17819017.html

    Noteworthy thing about this is that he had an offer from Cancellara to become one of the leaders at #tudor, but declined. Going by their transfer announcements so far (none), this looks unlikely to become a particularly strong team
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #66 on: September 02, 2022, 13:01 »
    To be fair to Tudor though, there aren't many rumours for any of the teams that are thought to be moving up a level.

    Terpstra to Beat is the only one I've heard off the top of my head. Nothing for Riwal, Corratec, China Glory or Black Spoke. Maybe they have to wait for the WT to finish their dealings and then fight over the scraps.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #67 on: September 11, 2022, 20:06 »
    It's always good when one of your unique CQ picks does well. :)

    https://twitter.com/awesomewave13/status/1569012044090986497

    Jauzy thinks Tudor could be the destination for him.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #68 on: September 15, 2022, 20:51 »
    https://twitter.com/Biarnes72/status/1570364808381218817

    Three riders from Leopard going pro?

    Maris #vlaanderen is the only definite
    Kluckers #uae ? but could be elsewhere I guess

    and the third? Got to be Triple-T (Tim Torn Teutenberg). He's getting on towards twenty top-tens this year and still only 20 years old.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #69 on: September 16, 2022, 08:35 »
    "Talented Tim Torn Teutenberg trends towards twenty top tens, top teams tracking"
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #70 on: September 17, 2022, 19:07 »
    Let's see you go all alliterative with Yates. :shh :P

    https://twitter.com/velonews/status/1571049980613345282

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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #71 on: September 17, 2022, 22:48 »
    Yates yearns for UAE's yen and yells "yes" to years under Tadej's yellow jersey yoke?
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #72 on: September 19, 2022, 18:32 »
    Sepulveda is looking for a new team on Twitter

    https://twitter.com/EduSepulvedaARG/status/1570833818030059521

    Based on some talk on the Cicloweb forum, Savio has issues to keep the team going. After Androni, apparently also Bottecchia is out, and that drone company was dubious right from the start, of course.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #73 on: September 19, 2022, 19:51 »
    Does that mean that Italy might be getting even fewer cycling teams at ProTeam level? First, they lost the WT teams, but it didn´t matter cause they have they Giro, then, they start losing the PT teams as well.

    Italy has been one of cycling´s core countries for many generations, but it things are starting to look really slim. Without the RCS, what would it be?
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #74 on: September 19, 2022, 20:51 »
    there were some rumours about Corratec stepping up, also about Cassani's Barilla team, and the potentially Swiss-licensed new Qhubeka PT would likely be basically Italian as well - but no idea if any of that will really come true in the end, or if so, when.

    So there could actually be even more teams in the end, but all in all it's still not looking great, yeah. None of those teams is likely to be really competitive.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #76 on: September 20, 2022, 20:59 »
    https://twitter.com/HumanPwrdHealth/status/1572312194695712769

    I think I remember seeing him at the Tour of Norway on the MTF, and the team definitely needs a decent climber or two.
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    Re: Mens' Transfers and Rumours 2022-23
    « Reply #77 on: September 23, 2022, 18:49 »
    I was reading yesterday evening that Aniolkowski was leaving Bingoal which I thought was a bit strange. They were a good fit together with a decent calendar for him. Why would he leave? Why would they let him go? Maybe it was Team Ryder that wanted him, was the limit of my musings. However...

    https://twitter.com/HumanPwrdHealth/status/1573358997842939907

    They join the above Norwegian, Paul Double, Ben Perry and Charles Etienne Chretien in signing with the team. Not sure if Van Hoecke and Noppe have been announced yet, but they're likely to sign as well. It all marks a big change in the team. Some interesting American climbers would be nice, but I'm struggling to come up with many.
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