March 2, 2024

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Cycling transitions: Alexander Kristof to Uno-X, Hayter's brother also in Ineos |  Cycling

Cycling transitions: Alexander Kristof to Uno-X, Hayter’s brother also in Ineos | Cycling

The 2023 bike transitions can be officially announced starting today. On this page we collect all the news from the transfer market.

  1. 12 noon 01. Ethan and Leo Hayter reunion. Another transfer in the pipeline: Leo Hayter follows his brother Ethan to Eneos. The 20-year-old Briton will ride as a trainee with immediate effect, starting next season as a trainee. Hayter won the Baby Giro earlier this season with an impressive show of strength. .
  2. 08:25. Kristof returns to Norway after 14 years. Uno-X is the first team to use August 1 to announce their first official transfer of 2023. The transfer has been kept a secret for a while, because Alexandre Christophe has already left Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert after one year. Uno-X sees a perfect sign in the 36-year-old Norwegian. It’s been 2009 with Team Joker since Christophe rode a team from his home country. .
  3. 2022-08-01.
  4. 30-07-2022.
  5. 4pm 06. Simon Yates scores until 2024. Team BikeExchange-Jayco announces Simon Yates’ contract extension. The British climber put up his scribbles under a contract that ties him to the Australian team until 2024. Yates is known as a ranking man since his last Vuelta win in 2018, but in recent years he has had to focus on stage wins. He also succeeded this year in the Giro, winning two stages. “I’ve had a lot of success and failure, but the team has always believed in me. They gave me the opportunity and kept supporting me,” Yates said on the team’s website. .
  6. 22-07-2022.
  7. 1pm 6. Rest day on tour, time for extensions at DSM. DSM has announced the extension of the contract of 4 riders to the Tour on the rest day of the Tour de France. Australian Chris Hamilton and American Kevin Vermeerek will be touring in DSM clothes until 2025. & nbsp; Dutchmen Nils Eckhoff and Martin Tossfeld run until 2024. Half of captain Roman Bardet’s team, current fourth in the Tour general classification, will stay with DSM for much longer. Nils Eckoff (24) signs for an additional two years with the team as he gets his first chances as a professional racer. Countryman Martin Tossfield (28) signed for his sixth and seventh year in the DSM. This season he achieved a fifth-place finish on a Grand Tour for the first time thanks to a fifth-place finish on the 15th stage of the Giro. .
  8. 07-18-2022.
  9. 13:52 Lieutenant Benyam Germay signs with Intermarche and Ante Joubert for a 3-year contract. The 28-year-old has managed to get his form back up again after a difficult year in 2021. He took the podium positions at the Classic Jaen and the Volta Limburg Classic and helped Goldcrest Beniam Jermay to victories at the Tour of Italy and Trofeo Alcudia. The man from Liege won the Wallonia Grand Prix in 2019. “I am in my fourth season with Intermarche and Ante Joubert Matero and have watched with admiration the progress of the Jean-François Borlart project,” Flegen said in a press release for his team. & nbsp; “This year I had the opportunity to take on the role of Lieutenant with Biniam Girmay. Furthermore, I feel very much appreciated,” said the Liege native. Intermarché-Wanty Gobert has also extended the contracts of Simone Petilli and Boy van Poppel. The trio will also defend the Belgian WorldTour team colors in 2023.
  10. 12-07-2022.
  11. 4 p.m. 49. Guillaume Martin goes bankrupt for another two years in a Cofidis shirt. Guillaume Martin, 29, has pulled off his Corona exit from the Tour de France with the extension of his contract at Cofidis. The Frenchman, the two-wheeled philosopher, will be on the French team’s payroll for another two years. “We are very excited to continue our adventure with Guillaume,” said Cedric Vasseur, Team Manager at Cofidis. “In addition to being a leader, he is also a role model for all of his fellow team riders.” “Over the past three years, we have built a group around Guillaume, both in training and in sports. Guillaume’s contract extension is a new source of motivation for the entire team and all sponsors to help him shine.” “She chooses continuity after three years of collaboration,” the climber explains. “The team is on the right track and getting better every year in every area. I’m really looking forward to being part of this good atmosphere. I’ve also noticed that I’ve improved since I arrived.”
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