February 1, 2023

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Do you already know the Peloton for 2022?  These are the most important bike transfers |  Cycling

Do you already know the Peloton for 2022? These are the most important bike transfers | Cycling

In November, cyclists gradually wake up from their winter sleep. Existing contracts will be honored until December 31, but for many riders, a fresh start awaits on January 1, 2022. View here an overview of the most important WorldTour transfers that have been officially approved in recent months.

AG2R-Citroen
in a Outside
Felix Gal (DSM) Tony Gallopin (Trek Segafredo)
Alexis Jugerd (bed and breakfast)

Tony Gallopin returns to his former employer.

Astana
in a Outside
Vincenzo Nibali (Trek Segafredo) Jacob Fuglsang (Emerging State of Israel)
Miguel Angel Lopez (Movistar) Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain – Victorious)
Gianni Moscone (Ineos Grenadiers) Ion Izagiri (Covidis)
David de la Cruz (United Arab Emirates) Gorka Izagiri (Movistar)
Joe Dombrowski (United Arab Emirates) Alexander Vlasov (Bora Hansgrohe)
Valerio Conte (United Arab Emirates) Omar Fraile (Ineos Grenadiers)
Alex Aranborough (Movistar)
Matteo Sobrero (@BikeExchange)

Vincenzo Nibali has returned to paid employment in Kazakhstan.

Bahrain victorious
in a Outside
Luis Leon Sanchez (Astana) Marco Haller (Bora Hansgrohe)
Johann Price-Bijtsen (Uno-X)

Fresh air for veteran Luis Leon Sanchez.

Bora Hansgrohe
in a Outside
Sam Bennett (Deaconink Quick Step) Peter Sagan (@TotalEnergies)
Danny van Poppel (Intermarchy and Ante Joubert) Daniel Oss (@TotalEnergies)
Alexander Vlasov (Astana) Maciej Bodnar (@TotalEnergies)
Sergio Higuita (EF) Pascal Ackermann (United Arab Emirates)
Jay Hindley (DSM) Rudiger Selig (Loto Soudal)
Marco Haller (Bahrain – Victorious) Michael Schwarzman (Loto Soudal)
Sian Oetdebrookes

Alexander Vlasov became a round leader at the Bora Hansgrohe.

French transmission for Bryan Coquard.

Dekunin’s quick step
in a Outside
Martin Sfercic (from 1 July) Sam Bennett (Bora Hansgrohe)
Stan van Tricht Shane Archbold (Bora Hansgrohe)
Ethan Vernon Joao Almeida (United Arab Emirates)
Louis Verwijk (Albicin-Phoenix) Alvaro Hodig (United Arab Emirates)
Ian Garrison (Los Angeles)

Sam Bennett is also returning to his former team.

EF Education-Nebo
in a Outside
Esteban Chaves (@BikeExchange) Sergio Higuita (Bora Hansgrohe)
Odd Christian Eiking (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert)
Lukasz Wisniowski (Follow-up-NextHash)
Maren van den Berg
George Steinhauser
Sean Quinn
Ben Healy

Esteban Chaves is no longer on the Australian payroll.

Groupama-FDJ
in a Outside
Quentin Butcher (bed and breakfast)
Michael Storer (DSM)

Michael Storer was one of the pioneers of the Vuelta a fashion in the past.

Ineos Grenadiers
in a Outside
Elia Viviani (Covidis) Rohan Dennis (Jumbo Visma)
Omar Friel (Astana) Gianni Moscone (Astana)
Ben Tolet (Albicin-Phoenix) Ivan Sosa (Movistar)
luke bleb
Magnus Sheffield
Ben Turner
Kim Hydeok

Rohan Dennis now wants to fly in Jumbo Visma.

Intermarchy and Ante Joubert
in a Outside
Alexander Kristof (United Arab Emirates) Danny van Poppel (Bora Hansgrohe)
Adrian Petty (@TotalEnergies) Odd Christian Eiking (EF)
Dimitri Claes (Continue-Nexthash)
Sven Eric Bystrom (United Arab Emirates)
gerberen tigson (Loto Soudal)
Kobe Goossens (Loto Soudal)
Julius Johansson (Uno-X)
Lorenz Howes (WB Pengual Bowls Sauces)
Hugo Paige

Alexandre Christophe became the classic spearhead of the Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert.

The emerging state of Israel
in a Outside
Jacob Fuglsang (Astana) Andre Greipel (retired)
Giacomo Nizzolo (@Qhubeka-NextHash) Daniel Martin (discontinued)
David Simolai (Covidis)
Lotto Soudal
in a Outside
Victor Campinaarts (Continue-NextHash) John Degenkolb (DSM)
Rudiger Selig (Bura Hansgrohe) Tosh van der Sande (jumbo visma)
Michael Schwarzman (Bora Hansgrohe) Tomasz Marczynski (Gestopt)
Arnaud de Lee Stefano Oldani (Alpsin-Phoenix)
Dreamers locust gerberen tigson (Intermarchy and Ante Joubert)
Kobe Goossens (Intermarchy and Ante Joubert)

Lotto Soudal says goodbye to Tosh van der Sande.

Movestar
in a Outside
Gorka Izagiri (Astana) Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana)
Alex Aranborough (Astana) Mark Soller (United Arab Emirates)
Ivan Sosa (Aeneus Grenadiers)

Between Miguel Angel Lopez and Movistar there was more than a hair in the butter after the Vuelta.

BikeExchange Team
in a Outside
Matthew Sobrero (Astana) Esteban Chaves (EF)
Robert Stannard (Alpecin-Phoenix)

Matteo Sobrero beat Filippo Gana in the Italian time championship.

DSM Team
in a Outside
John Degenkolb (Loto Soudal) Nicholas Roche (discontinued)
Jonas Hvideberg (One-X) Jay Hindley (Bora Hansgrohe)
Henry Vandenabel Michael Storer (Groupama-FDJ)

John Degenkolb fell completely through the basket in Lotto Soudal.

jumbo visma team
in a Outside
Rohan Dennis (Ineos Grenadiers) Tony Martin (discontinued)
Christophe Laporte (Cofidis) George Bennett (UAE)
Tosh van der Sande (Loto Soudal)
Michael Heisman
Mick Van Dyke
Milan’s father

Christophe Laporte became one of the angels of Wut van Aert.

Follow-NextHash
in a Outside
Giacomo Nizzolo (Emerging State of Israel)
Fabio Aro (discontinued)
Victor Campinaarts (Loto Soudal)
Dimitri Claes (Intermarchy and Ante Joubert)
Michael Gogl (Alpecin-Fenix)
Lukas Wisniewski (EF)

Qhubeka-NextHash is looking for lenders, and the spearheads have already left.

Filippo Baroncini won the U-23 World Championship in Leuven.

The United Arab Emirates
in a Outside
Pascal Ackermann (Bora Hansgrohe) Alexandre Kristof (Intermarchy and Ante Joubert)
George Bennett (Jumbo Visma) David de la Cruz (Astana)
Joao Almeida (Dekunin’s Quick Step) Joe Dombrowski (Astana)
Mark Soler (Movistar) Valerio Conte (Astana)
Alvaro Hodig (Deakoninc’s quick step)

It is likely that Joao Almeida will play in the Giro and the Vuelta.

Alpecin Phoenix
in a Outside
Michael Google (Follow-nextHash) Peter Facock (discontinued)
Robert Stannard (@BikeExchange) Philip Walsleben (discontinued)
Stefano Oldani (Loto Soudal) Ben Tolet (Aeneus Grenadiers)
Fabio van den Bosch (Sport Flanders-Palais) Otto Vergerdi (Trek Segafredo)

Lotto Soudal, the talented Italian Stefano Oldani, loses to his Belgian opponent.

The transfer list for the 20 teams (19 teams from WorldTour and Alpecin-Fenix ​​as the main ProTeam team) is not exhaustive and has been cut down to the most important deals.