Software partner to help team optimize for time trials and more.
Trek Factory Racing is pleased to announce the addition of 27-year-old Dutch rider Bauke Mollema to its team for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Mollema, the number 10 overall at the Tour de France, will strengthen the stage racing contingent of the team and bring new fire-power to the GC goals of the pinstriped squad. He will be the third Dutch rider on the team.
Trek Factory Racing will give three young riders a taste of life as a professional in the final months of the season. Clément Chevrier, Ryan Eastman and Alex Kirsch have been registered as stagiaires with the UCI and will take the start in the Tour of Utah on Monday.
Cancellara: “I will travel home now and take a little break. The season has been long for me, starting back in Dubai. I have done 59 days of competition this season so far and I have another big goal at the end of this season: the World Championships. It’s not a secret that I’d like to be in my best shape there, so it’s important that I take some rest.”
Andy Schleck has successfully undergone surgery in the Crossklinik in Basel, Switzerland. An MRI scan prior to the operation provided pictures of the right knee allowing the doctors to confirm the diagnosis of the team doctor.
Trek Factory Racing has partnered with global technology leader Samsung. Trek and Samsung will work closely together to identify opportunities and challenges faced by the Trek Factory Racing Team, and will integrate Samsung mobile devices into the team training to improve capabilities. The feedback from the cycling team will also be reflected in Samsung’s future product development, and continue to enhance the mobile product experience.
Rider Interview: The Tour de France build-up is well underway and Ed Hood managed to grab American rider Matthew Busche of Trek Factory Racing for some words before his first ‘Grand Boucle’. Busche has been on a Vuelta winning team in the past, will that be enough preparation for the Tour?
PeopleForBikes and Trek Factory Racing (TFR) are teaming up for the remainder of the 2014 international race season, with a special emphasis on the Tour de France, in an effort to make riding better for everyone, everywhere. Trek Factory Racing’s owner, Trek Bicycle, is a longtime partner and founding member of PeopleForBikes.
Trek Factory Racing crossed the finish line in Trieste with all nine riders, one of only two teams that managed this feat. It was a testament to the young and cohesive spirit that carried them from the first stage to the last. When the nine pedaled over the line for the final time in Trieste on Sunday the tally was impressive for such a young team: Robert Kiserlovski placed 10th overall, Julian Arredondo claimed stage 18 and the mountains’ competition, and Giacomo Nizzolo four times sprinted to second place in the bunch sprints.
Kristof Vandewalle has claimed his third straight National Championship time trial title, stopping the clock at 56:42 for the 44.6-kilometer race.
Trek Factory Racing regrets to inform the media that Stijn Devolder will not be able to take the start in Sunday’s Paris-Roubaix, following the injuries he sustained during the Tour of Flanders this past Sunday.
Trek Factory Racing has withdrawn Stijn Devolder and Yaroslav Popovych from the lineup for Scheldeprijs tomorrow due to injuries sustained from crashes in Ronde van Vlaanderen this past Sunday.
INTERVIEW: If the name Calvin Watson doesn’t mean much to you now, it soon will – he’ll be part of pro cycling's new Trek Factory Racing team lining at the Tour Down Under. The 20 year-old Australian joins Fabian Cancellara and the Schleck boys in one of the highest profile teams on the planet.
INTERVIEW: With four top 10 finishes in the Tour de France, Haimar Zubeldia is one of the most experienced men in cycling's Pro Peloton. Not as old as his teammate Jens Voigt or former teammate Chris Horner, Haimar has still seen many changes in his Pro career and we recently caught up with him in Spain to chat about modern racing, radios, Basque independence and more as he heads into his 17th season as a pro.
After weeks of speculation, Trek Bicycle is unveiling a new line of standard-setting carbon fiber cyclocross bikes with the announcement of the all-new Boone.
INTERVIEW: Spartacus, Champion, Hero... whatever you call him, Fabian Cancellara is a feared man on the cobbles, in a time trial or towing a bunch back up to an escape. PEZ caught up with the big man from Switzerland at Trek’s first training camp in Spain for a revealing interview.
Veteran rider Haimar Zubeldia will be heading the American formation on the roads of the Tour de San Luis. The Spanish climber was born in 1977. He has participated in the Tour de France ten times, coming in fifth in both 2003 and 2007, while in 2012 he placed sixth.
I first saw a Trek Domane at the 2012 Tour of Flanders Sportif ride. Somewhere into the second half of my 6 h 30 min day on the 140km circuit, we hooked up with a Swedish journo riding one of the very first production models. The bike looked really different, and something that I was eager to try out for myself. Fast forward to summer 2013 and I've now logged some miles on this machine and can confirm it's 'different' staus - but in a good way!
June 27, 2013 - No racing to report on, but who cares, we have the BIG ONE starting on Saturday in Corsica. Tour de France time again and it’s like that’s the only thing happening in the World of cycling. Not quite, but we do have all the Tour stuff and anything else that has happened since the week-end here in EuroTrash Thursday. Tour, Tour and Tour coffee time!
Trek Bicycle has reached an agreement with Leopard SA to obtain its WorldTour racing license to create a new team debuting in 2014. A named sponsor since the team's inception in 2010, beginning next year Trek will assume ownership of the team.