July 19, 2024

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Red Bull-Bora-Hansgrohe introduces new equipment and Tour team around Primoz Roglic

Red Bull-Bora-Hansgrohe introduces new equipment and Tour team around Primoz Roglic

From the Tour de France onwards, Bora-Hansgrohe progresses more quickly. Leader Primoz Roglic’s team will henceforth be known as Red Bull-Bora-Hansgrohe. The new equipment, the Tour de France team and the project were presented this afternoon in Salzburg.

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In his first year at Bora-Hansgrohe, Primoz Roglic will of course go to the Tour de France as leader.

With Jay Hindley, a former Giro winner, last year’s stage winner who wears the yellow jersey, and Alexander Vlasov, he has two important partners in the high mountains.

Team Roglic’s climbing train is not as impressive as its counterpart in the UAE, for example, but with a balanced team Bora-Hansgrohe hopes to lead Roglic to success.

Primoz Roglic.

Bora-Hansgrohe’s green jersey has been transformed by the arrival of Red Bull into a dark kit with the new lender’s colors and logo prominently on the upper body and legs.

The project was launched in Salzburg, although the show was postponed due to heavy rains in Austria.

“The arrival of Red Bull is a game changer,” Roglic once again expressed his delight. “Not only for our team, but also for cycling.”

Roglic won the Dauphiné Trophy and is one of the contenders for the overall win at this Tour. “If you want to win, you have to be ready from day one,” he added.

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Later today, riders and staff will travel to Italy, with the Tour starting in Florence on Saturday.

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Tour of France

Riding date Start – End Ride type the total winner leader

1

29/06 Florence – Rimini

206 km

2

30/06 Cesenatico – Bologna

198.7 km

3

01/07 Piacenza – Turin

230.8 km

4

02/07 Pinerolo – Valloire

139.6 km

5

03/07 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – Saint-Volpas

177.4 km

6

04/07 Macon – Dijon

163.5 km

7

05/07 Nuits Saint-Georges – Geoffrey Chambertin

25.3 km

8

06/07 Semur-en-Auxois – Colombe les deux Églises

183.4 km

9

07/07 Troy – Troy

199 km

Rest day 08/07

10

09/07 Orleans – Saint-Amand Montronde

187.3 km

11

10/07 Évaux-les-Bains – Le Liorant

211 km

12

11/07 Aurillac – Villeneuve-sur-Lotte

203.6 km

13

12/07 Ajin-bao

165.3 km

14

13/07 Bao – no dadet

151.9 km

15

14/07 Loudenvielle – Plateau de Belle

197.7 km

Rest day 07/15

16

16/07 Groissan – Nim

188.6 km

17

17/07 Saint Paul Trois Chateau – Superdévoluy

177.8 km

18

18/07 Gap – Barcelonet

179.5 km

19

19/07 Embrun – Isola 2000

144.6 km

20

20/07 Nice – Col de la Coyole

132.8 km

21

07/21 Monaco – Nice

33.7 km

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