German ex-pro Aldag says German cycling still needs to work on its grassroots support. A Tour Grand Depart isn't enough to boost the sport.
The German, who has worked with Cavendish on other squads, will serve as the team's performance director.
Etixx-Quick Step will still be racing to win the spring classics despite the absence of cobbles superstar Tom Boonen, out with injury
Colombian will race through March before returning to South America for altitude training ahead of Romandie and the Giro
Rolf Aldag expands his role at Omega Pharma-Quick Step in 2013, now coordinating both technical partners and coaching and race personnel
Rolf Aldag is leaving cycling for the second time since retiring from the professional peloton in 2005. The outgoing HTC-Highroad manager will assume a new role as the managing director of the World Triathlon Corporation's German division.
CAP FREHEL, France (VN) —With 800m to go in Wednesday's crash-filled fifth stage, Rolf Aldag thought that HTC-Highroad had blown another chance at victory.