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Bicycle transfers: Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert hires Belgian talent Ron Hergodts and Arne Marit |  Cycling

Bicycle transfers: Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert hires Belgian talent Ron Hergodts and Arne Marit | Cycling

Bicycle transfers for 2023 can be officially announced from August 1. On this page we collect all the news from the transfer market.

Major bike transfers
From disgusting
Alexander Kristof (No) Intermarchy and Ante Joubert UNO X
Eddie Dunbar (Irish) Ineos Grenadiers BikeExchange
Filippo Zana (ETA) Berdani BikeExchange
Leo Hayter (Great Britain) Hagens Bermann Axion Ineos Grenadiers
Mike Teunison (Ned) jumbo visma Intermarchy and Ante Joubert
Rui Costa (Bor) The United Arab Emirates Intermarchy and Ante Joubert
Ron Hergodts Flanders-Palais sport Intermarchy and Ante Joubert
Arne Marit Flanders-Palais sport Intermarchy and Ante Joubert
Soren Craig Andersen (Den) DSM Team Alpecin deconinc
Quentin Hermans Intermarché-Wanty Gobert Alpecin deconinc
Caden Groves (Australia) BikeExchange Alpecin deconinc
Tim Merler Alpecin deconinc Quick Step Alpha Vinyl
Kasper Pedersen (Den) DSM Quick Step Alpha Vinyl
Jan Hurt (Tsj) Intermarchy and Ante Joubert Quick Step Alpha Vinyl
Dylan Teens Bahrain victorious Israeli Prime Minister Tech
Jacopo Guarnieri (ETA) Groupama-FDJ Lotto Soudal
Bob Jungles (Lux) AG2R-Citroen Bora Hansgrohe
Tim Wellens Lotto Soudal The United Arab Emirates
Lorena Webbs (Ned) DSM SD Work
  1. 12 noon 17. Benjamin Germay welcomes Herogodts and Marit. Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert is not sitting still in the transfer market. And it announced earlier the arrival of the Dutchman Mike Teunissen, the Portuguese Rui Costa, the Belgians Tom Bakut and Lorenz Rex. Our young compatriots Ron Hergodts (24) and Arne Marit (23) are also getting a chance with Team Heller van der Schuern. Both riders switch from Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise. Mariette is a talented runner of the cobblestone classics. Herregodts – a medical student – is an expert on time and gunpowder. This year, Herregodts have already triumphed in the opening stages of the Ruta del Sol and the Tour of the Czech Republic. .
  2. 10 AM 02. Bob Jungles moves to Bora Hansgrohe. Bob Jungles, stage winner of the Tour de France, has moved from AG2R-Citroën to Bora Hansgrohe. Luxembourger signs a multi-year contract with the German cycling team. “I find it very exciting,” he says. “I’m looking forward to playing a big role in the team’s victories next season. I’m sure I can improve even more and I’m ready to work hard for it. This feels like the beginning of something big.” .
  3. 09-08-2022.
  4. 11 am. 20 Ineos Grenadiers reward Ethan Hayter with a new contract. Ethan Hayter has extended his contract with Ineos Grenadiers until the end of 2024. Fantastic bonus after his overall victory in the Tour of Poland. Hayter won his first stage race at the WorldTour on Sunday. Hayter turned pro at Ineos in 2020 and has since racked up 16 wins. He is also a successful cyclist. Hayter, for example, won the silver medal in the Olympic team sprint last year and became the world champion in the omnibus. .
  5. 11 am. 17. BikeExchange-Jayco wins the European Under-23 Championship. Team BikeExchange-Jayco strengthens its roster with European Under-23 champion Felix Engelhart. He signs a two-year contract with the Australian cycling team. Englehart, 21, won the European title last month in Nadia, Portugal. He was the fastest among a small group. In June he placed sixth in the Giro’s Baby. The German comes from Tyrol KTM, an Austrian continental team. So now he’s taking a step into the WorldTour. .
  6. 08-08-2022.
  7. 3:30 p.m. EF Education supports its ranking with young Italian Andrea Piccolo. EF Education – EasyPost has recruited 21-year-old Andrea Piccolo. The Italian is a former European Champion in the Junior Time Tests, in 2019. A year earlier, he won the bronze medal in the World Against the Clock, with Remco Evenepoel being the best. Piccolo comes from the Italian procontinental drone – Androni Giocatotoli with immediate effect. .
  8. 10 am 56. Spaniard Juan Ayuso remains loyal to the Emirates team. The 19-year-old superstar Juan Ayuso has extended his contract with the Emirates team for another six years, until 2028. & nbsp; Ayuso has been leading the formation from the United Arab Emirates since June 2021. According to the team, his first contract was part of their “goal to develop talented young riders.” & nbsp; Last year he won the Italian U-23 Grand Prix, where he also took home the mountain jersey, points jersey and best youngster jersey. At the European Under-23 Championship, which was won by Thibault Nice, he took the bronze medal. .
  9. It’s 10 am. 17. Lotto-Soudal strengthens the sprint train with Italian Jacopo Guarnieri. Jacopo Guarnieri (34) will move from France’s Groupama-FDJ to Lotto-Soudal next season. The Italian has signed a two-year contract with the team that will be called Lotto Dstny from 2023. With his coaching experience, Guarnieri should provide additional support to sprinters Caleb Ewan and Arnaud De Lie. “This is a team with a long history of top sprinters and sprinters,” Guarnieri said in his presentation. “The team is completely focused on winning a bunch of sprints and with Caleb Ewan and Arnaud de Lee there are two very fast riders I can work for.” … .
  10. 2022-08-08.
  11. 10 am 43. In the UAE they limit themselves to contract extensions for the time being. The hard core around Tadej Pogacar is still in place. Rafal Majka, Brandon McNulty, Michael Berg and Diego Ulisse have their contracts terminated until 2024.
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  13. 2022-05-08.
  14. 6 pm. 05. 2 Belgians for Intermarche-Wante-Joubert. Laurenz Rex and Tom Paquot make the transition from Bingoal-Pauwels to Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert sauces. “Moving them is part of our strategy to develop Belgian talent,” says Aike Visbeek. Rex emerged in the spring with, among other things, 16th place in Gent-Wevelgem and 18th place in Kuurne. Paquot, like 22-year-old Rex, finished third in last year’s Tour de Doubs. .
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