Brian Holm

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Sacha Modolo leads the Tour of Hainan after stage 6; Sean Lake wins back-to-back Grafton to Inverell titles; Georgia Baker wins the Tour of the Goldfields, Ruth Corset secures overall NRS title; John Degenkolb wins Saitama Criterium; How extreme weather protocols will impact the 2016 […]


Holm: ‘Kittel will return, and he will win races. He has something others don’t have’

He’s worked closely with Mark Cavendish for several years, helping him become the best sprinter in recent decades, and now he’ll try to bring Marcel Kittel back to the form that earned him eight stage wins in two Tours. Etixx – Quick-Step director Brian Holm has pledged to work with Kittel to overcome the problems […]

How to look good on the bike: nine style tips from Brian Holm

To the everyday Joe (or Joanna) with no interest in cycling, we cyclists can be an odd-looking bunch. The lycra, the bright colours and the funny-looking helmets all make us a perfect target for jibes about our style. But if you’re one of us then it all changes. That funny-looking helmet becomes a desired item. […]


Trek Factory Racing confirms interest in signing Cavendish, Holm tips Briton for Paris win

Commenting on rumours linking Mark Cavendish to a possible move to Trek Factory Racing, the American team has confirmed that the multiple Tour stage winner is a clear person of interest. “What I can say is that he is interesting for us and any team,” spokesman Tim Vanderjeugd told CyclingTips at the Tour de France. […]


Brian Holm: Matteo Trentin’s stage 7 win reaction and Mark Cavendish’s recovery

Brian Holm (Director Sportif of Omega Pharma-Quickstep) talks about his reaction after Matteo Trentin won stage 7 of the Tour de France. He also speaks about how Mark Cavendish is doing after his crash that put him out of the Tour after stage 1.

Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Brian Holm charged with indecent exposure; No Tour de France for Boasson Hagen, nationals also ruled out; Lotto Belisol confirms Van de Broeck and Greipel to lead Tour de France squad; IAM Cycling announces its nine for the Tour; UCI reacts to TUE criticism, promises […]