Shayne Bannan: Gerrans is returning to form
His bid to win stage two didn’t work out due to his crash with Mark Cavendish on the opening leg of the Tour but, according to Orica GreenEdge manager Shayne Bannan, Simon Gerrans could well have a go at taking Friday’s seventh stage of the Tour de France. If that doesn’t work out, Bannan believes […]
Bannan plays down talk of Wiggins or Evans moving to Orica-GreenEdge
Orica-GreenEdge general manager Shayne Bannan has spoken about recent reports linking Bradley Wiggins and Cadel Evans to possible moves to Orica GreenEdge, playing down such speculation. The Australian reiterates that the team’s goal is to become a squad that can contend for Grand Tours, but suggests that project is something that could still be a […]
Q&A With GreenEDGE’s Shayne Bannan
This morning I had the opportunity to sit down and have a chat with Shayne Bannan at the Middle Park Hotel. Brian Nygaard, GreenEDGE’s Communication Director was scheduled to be there but unfortunately couldn’t make it. In any case, I had an excellent conversation with Shayne and I thank him for being so generous with […]
Chat With Shayne Bannan from Green Edge
As most of you know, back in January during the Tour Down Under Green Edge launched it’s intentions to apply for a UCI World Team license. Unfortunately Pegasus were unsuccessful in attempting the same feat, however I have a pretty good feeling about Green Edge’s chances at being the first Australian professional cycling team.
GreenEDGE Cycling – Australia’s New ProTeam Bid
Today dozens of journalists gathered in a conference room at the Hilton for the GreenEDGE Cycling press conference. This entailed the first official announcements of a new bid for an Australian ProTeam license for the 2012 season.