The Week in Bike #52 – Scaling Up
It’s tricky to pick teams for the year’s biggest event before you’ve even seen them race. And sometimes it takes a strong result to secure the contract you want. But the toughest challenge of all might just be scaling up without losing your current user base. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.
In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Katie Hall wins stage 5 of the Tour Femenino de San Luis; IAM’s Beucherie: “A rider who takes cortisone is a sick rider, so he must stop racing”; MTN-Qhubeka to sign Matt Brammeier on two-year deal; 2016 Tour de France – Andorra to host mountain […]
IAM’s Beucherie: “A rider who takes cortisone is a sick rider, so he must stop racing”
IAM Cycling sporting manager Serge Beucherie has spoken about the importance of riders remaining clean, saying that not giving in to temptation to cut corners is crucial on both a personal and professional level. Beucherie’s team is a member of the MPCC anti-doping movement and he gave his thoughts in a video released by it […]
Eleven new signings bolster new WorldTour team IAM Cycling, squad launched in Switzerland
Recently promoted to the WorldTour by the UCI and set for its biggest season yet in 2015, the IAM Cycling team unveiled its complete roster and tweaked kit in Saanen, Switzerland, on Thursday. The Swiss squad competed in its first Grand Tour in 2014, riding the Tour de France, and then went on to compete […]
The Week in Bike #47 – Who Pays?
Who’s going to be in the WorldTour next year? How should the WorldTour even work? Who’ll support this team? How about all these doping positives? Pretty much every question in cycling boils down, in terms of accountability or in terms of revenue, to “Who Pays?”, and the answer isn’t always so clear or simple. We […]
In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: IAM Cycling gets WorldTour licence, Astana and Europcar must wait for decision; Vincenzo Nibali, Rui Costa, Tom Boonen and Fabian Cancellara confirmed for Tour of Oman; Péraud almost quit cycling at 20 following doping accusations; Lance Armstrong at impasse with feds over evidence; GoPro tries […]