There is much depending on Tyler Farrar and his team as they start off the Tour of California and have the Tour de France coming up as well.
Farrar started to race at the age of thirteen when he rode for a clothing company that acted as his sponsor in the year 2003. Since then his professional cycling career has been consistent and every year he has had different sponsors egging him on. He has not been without his share of misfortunes like the crash he suffered near the finish line in Circuit de la Sarthe in April 2006. This causes him a broken collarbone that year. His achievements have been several, such as stages that he has won four races like Vuelta a Espana, Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and others including USA Pro Cycling Challenge. He even wore the yellow jersey for the Tour of California in 2008 when he won sprint points in stage two. Read More
After spending six years of her career with the Tonkoff organization, Rafal Majka has decided to join the Bora-Hansgrohe team for the incoming 2017 season.
The new comer at the team has decided to shift his focus from the Giro d Italia to a GC bid at the tour de France.
With his new arrival at Hansgrohe, Majka seems to have become the top climber in the team. His presence at the team will be very good for his career, as the team will have quite a lot of opportunities to perform at the world tour stage as it has gotten a bump to the highest division in cycling.
After finishing fifth this year, the Polish rider had decided to aim at the Giro d’Italia again in the next season. The 29-year old has said in an interview in the Bora team camp in Valencia that he was redirecting his focus, and that he has decided to use ‘a try everything technique’ in his career. He plans to set his sights on other races and not just the GiroRead More