Fabian Cancellara is unable to take the start in Thursday’s GP Kanton Aargau-Gippingen, the traditional prelude race to the Tour de Suisse.
Though absent from the race due to a crash at E3 Harelbeke, Trek Factory Racing's Fabian Cancellara will still be involved in the Ronde van Vlaanderen as he takes over the team's Twitter account (@TrekFactory) during the most exciting kilometers of the race.
The Critérium International second stage was contested a few hours after the first Saturday, but it did little to slow down Fabio Felline and Bob Jungels who blazed around the short 7-kilometer flat course to finish within one second of each other and claim the top two spots of the leaderboard.
Photo Special: Earlier this month Andy Schleck said that he would race no more. The younger half of the most successful brother combination in modern cycling would not turn a pedal in anger again due to the knee injury he sustained in the Tour de France. We pay tribute to Andy Schleck with a photo special.
Trek Factory Racing is pleased to announce an affiliation with Team APT-SPIE-Douterloigne, a Belgian junior and debutant program that has a proven record of scouting and developing promising teenagers.
After nine years at the top of the sport, Trek Factory Racing standout Andy Schleck announced this morning that he will retire from professional cycling. The young Luxembourger’s career was forced to an untimely end by the knee injury he sustained in a Tour de France crash earlier this year.
Trek Factory Racing is pleased to announce the addition of 27-year-old Dutch rider Bauke Mollema to its team for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Mollema, the number 10 overall at the Tour de France, will strengthen the stage racing contingent of the team and bring new fire-power to the GC goals of the pinstriped squad. He will be the third Dutch rider on the team.