Andrey Amadaor has signed with Team Ineos the day after Movistar announced he had been released from his contract.
Andrey Amador and Movistar have agreed to terminate their contract as the rider has be fighting to leave his team for Ineos.
Precision, fit, and cooling. The service courses at the Santos Tour Down Under offer us our first glimpse at new gear and tech for the 2020 race season.
Read the full article at Tour Down Under Tech: Disc brakes reign supreme, and Movistar makes a change on VeloNews.com.
For SRAM, an opportunity is born — and for Campagnolo, a moment of reflection. What does Movistar’s move to SRAM mean for component manufacturers?
Read the full article at Commentary: What Movistar’s SRAM partnership means for component sponsors on VeloNews.com.
The Spanish WorldTour team moves to SRAM components and Zipp wheels in a two-year deal that also sees both women’s and men’s teams transition to disc brakes.
Read the full article at Movistar switches to SRAM after long history with Campagnolo on VeloNews.com.