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Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
The multi-time national and world champ wants to win, and she's not afraid to show it.
The American and South African-based WorldTour squads continue to fill out their rosters with climbers and sprinters.
By retaining close control of its pro racing teams, Trek has been able to cultivate a diverse stable of top athletes.
Young cyclocross star Ellen Noble finds a new sponsor after Aspire Racing folds, affording new opportunities to race XC MTB.
Trek Factory Racing is taking on an increasingly Italian flavor with addition of sponsor Segafredo and rumors of talks with Vincenzo Nibali.
Mapei Sport will partner with Trek Factory Racing in 2016 after a 14-year absence from the upper echelon of pro cycling.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.
The Swiss superstar has a chance of winning Saturday's stage 1 and wearing the yellow jersey
A roundup of some of the top stories in the days before the start of the 2015 Tour de France
The two United States-registered squads come away from the Giro satisfied with their performances
Matthew Busche rides away from Joe Dombrowski and a small group of chasers to win the 2015 national championship race
Trek has lost its top gladiator for the cobbled arena, and Spartacus faces a struggle to leave the sport while he's still on top
In this age of million-dollar GC riders, GM Luca Guercilena admits the squad is looking for more money to help its long-term success
New aero helmets spotted Down Under, Ohlins continues to dip its toes into bike market, and Bunditz and Gates raffle off a super commuter
Bauke Mollema hopes to realize his potential with a new team, a refined time trial position, and more consistent off-season training
The popular German will remain with Trek Factory Racing in a new role as advisor, coach, and sport director at select races
Trek Factory Racing debuts one of its three team bikes, the Domane 6-series, which three-time Roubaix winner Cancellara will ride in 2015
Trek Factory Racing's 2015 roster includes 27 riders of 14 different nationalities, making it one of the peloton's most international squads
With Bauke Mollema joining Trek in 2015, Andy Schleck's place on the team is in doubt, especially with his debilitating knee injury
Fränk Schleck has penned a contract extension to keep him in a Trek jersey through 2016, but there is no word yet if younger brother Andy will remain
The Dutch rider finished 10th at the Tour de France last month while riding for Belkin
Yeti has a new 27.5 super bike, Enve's got a backpack for wheels, Enduro 30mm-24mm BB system is now ceramic, and Trek partners with Samsung
Trek is shopping for GC riders for 2015 and beyond, confirming that the Schleck era is winding down
Exiting with a knee injury, the Trek Factory Racing rider didn't even make it to France in the 2014 edition of the race he was once a favorite to win
Selection to the 2014 Tour confirms that Matthew Busche has arrived at the top of the sport following his unlikely climb through the ranks
Frank and Andy Schleck will start the Tour de France without any general classification hopes
Fabian Cancellara has put his planned hour record attempt on hold following the UCI's new regulations
The Swiss rider escapes with scrapes and bruises on his left side
Cancellara, Schleck brothers lead cast of veterans and youngsters as new U.S. team presents itself in Roubaix
The big Swiss will cast a wide loop once more in 2014, and may add the Ardennes classics and the hour record to his already heavy program
Governing body confirms just half of the WorldTour roster for 2014