Contador Signs Deal With Trek Segafredo

There was news all over the internet that the Spaniard cyclist Alberto Contador might sign to ride in the US registered team Trek Segafredo team in 2017.

Now, the rumors have come true as Alberto has indeed put pen to paper and signed the deal with Trek Segafredo.

The brother and agent of Alberto Contador have said that the Tour De France cyclist has signed the dotted line after agreeing to the final terms. The deal with Trek Segafredo was signed in Andorra. The agreement says that Contador will be part of the team for the next two years and the second year will be an optional one for both the sides.
Alberto, the 33 year old rider, is expected to rope in two more riders to the Trek Segafredo team and there is every chance for Jesus Hernandez to be part of the team. The Dutch rider is currently in the top ten of the Tour De France season race and will be participating as Contador’s teammate for Trek Segafredo. The team is also looking to sign John Degenkolb for 2017. Continue reading “Contador Signs Deal With Trek Segafredo”

Omega Pharma-Quickstep cycling team boosted

Cycle rider Mark Cavendish’s team Omega Pharma-Quickstep have declared huge signings on the very first day of this year’s transfer window. The Manxman is set reunite with ex-lead-out cycle rider Mark Renshaw next season and his former Team Sky mate twenty six year old Rigoberto Uran.

It has been stated that the thirty nine year old Italian Alessandro Petacchi has come out of his retirement to be a part of the the team. Mark Cavendish and Mark Renshaw worked together quite at the HTC team, which is now defunct. The Aussie’s arrival is a response to Omega Pharma-Quickstep’s problems setting Mark Cavendish up for his stylemark finishing sprints. On the other hand, Rigoberto Uran will be the Belgian team’s primary contender in the overall contests of the game’s 3 Grand Tours. Continue reading “Omega Pharma-Quickstep cycling team boosted”