Andy Schleck says he doesn’t want to win the Tour de France by default if Alberto Contador is disqualified from the 2010 edition. He wants to beat him straight up on the roads of France.
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German veteran Jens Voigt will be riding for the yet-unnamed Luxembourg-backed team next season.
Frank and Andy like the look of the 2011 parcours, and with a little luck, they think one of them could win
Andy Schleck says he considers Alberto Contador the winner of the 2010 Tour de France adding that he wouldn't want the jersey if the Spaniard loses his doping case.
The team with no name has signed three sport directors to lead the Luxembourg-based program centered around the Schleck brothers.
The Schleck brothers have announced that Mercedes-Benz Luxembourg will provide their as-of-yet unnamed team with a fleet of vehicles next season.
Brice Feillu, who will leave Vacansoleil, hopes to relaunch his career with the team switch.
A late-night beer Monday evening cost Andy Schleck and Stuart O’Grady dearly. The pair was sent home by an angry Saxo Bank team boss Bjarne Riis, who spotted them walking back into the team hotel.
The Saxo Bank team has prevented Andy Schleck and Stuart O'Grady from starting the 10th stage of the Vuelta a España on Tuesday, citing an unspecified "rules violation," according to Danish news reports.
But Van Garderen, Danielson and Frank Schleck are still in the hunt.
The third and final grand tour of the season gets underway in Spain on Saturday, with several leading riders eyeing their chances amid the absence of the world's top road racer Alberto Contador.
Now VeloNews.com readers will get training tips and advice from the same folks who advise Contador, the Schlecks, Fabian Cancellara, Taylor Phinney and others.
The Luxembourg cycling federation announced Tuesday that Tour de France runner-up Andy Schleck will not race the world road championships