Team Giant-Shimano heads to the four-day Tour de l'Eurométropole, also known as Circuit Franco Belge, with Marcel Kittel (GER) at the helm.
Team Giant-Shimano lines-up for the first of two Italian races this week, at Milano-Torino on Wednesday. A young team heads to the one-day race, including 22-year-old Lawson Craddock (USA), 21-year-old Daan Olivier and also 20-year-old stagiaire Steven Lammertink (NED).
As of January 2015, Alpecin will become a new major sponsor of international professional cycling team, Team Giant-Shimano. After its renaming to Team Giant-Alpecin, a team with a German partner will be present in cycling’s highest tier for the first time in five years.
Marcel Kittel (GER) heads to Omloop van het Houtland looking for his third straight victory in a row at this one-day Belgium race.
Team Giant-Shimano heads over to North America for the six day Tour of Alberta that gets underway on Tuesday, the first of a trio of Canadian races.
Team Giant-Shimano heads over to North America for the six day Tour of Alberta that gets underway next Tuesday, starting a trio of Canadian races.
This Saturday the final Grand Tour of the season rolls out in southern Spain, as the 69th Vuelta a España gets underway in Jerez de la Frontera.
Team Giant-Shimano is pleased to announce that Steven Lammertink (NED) will be joining the team as a stagiaire from the 1st August.
After an impressive display at the inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France in Paris, Team Giant-Shimano Women's Team return to World Cup action on Sunday.
Tom Dumoulin (NED) has this season proved that he is worthy of being classed as one of the best time trialists in the world, and to help him in his pursuit of perfection Team Giant-Shimano, in cooperation with Giant have designed a new time trial suit for Dumoulin which will be used on the stage 20 TT of the Tour de France.
For the first time ever the professional women's peloton will race down the Champs Élysées, and Team Giant-Shimano will be involved.
After a tough week of racing in the Italian mountains at the Giro Rosa, the Team Giant-Shimano Women's Team are back in action on the flatlands at the BeNe Ladies Tour.
Team Giant-Shimano are pleased to announce a stagiere in the WorldTour team from August – Fredrik Ludvigsson (SWE) from Development Team Giant-Shimano.
While the Tour de France takes centre stage in the WorldTour, the women also have one of the largest races of the season this week - the Giro d'Italia Femminile.
This Wednesday sees the final tune up race for the national road race championships, Halle-Ingooigem.
Lars van der Haar has taken Development Team Giant-Shimano’s first win on the opening stage of the three-day Oberösterreichrundfahrt in Austria. Lars finished off a strong display from the whole team where they took control of the race before setting up a sprint finish for Lars who dutifully finished off the job in style.
Marcel Kittel (GER) returns to racing this week at the Ster ZLM Toer in his final preparation for the Tour de France. Following the same program as in 2013, Kittel comes into this race following a period of high-altitude training and will be looking to fine tune his form before the Tour which is just weeks away.
Tom Dumoulin (NED) returns to the Baloise Belgium Tour after finishing fifth here last year looking to improve together with a strong Team Giant-Shimano line-up.
This Wednesday sees the start of two European stage races, one of those being the five-day Bayern Fundfahrt. The German race gets straight into the action with a tough 201.6km stage from Vilshofen to Freilassing where the succession of short climbs may see the first small splits occurring in the race.
Kirsten Wild has continued her successful week of racing in China with a superb win at the Tour of Chongming Island World Cup.