Trek Factory Racing

Trek Factory Racing: Cancellara may ride one more Tour de France before retirement

Although Fabian Cancellara said on the day he left the Tour de France that it was quite possibly his final participation in the event, his Trek Factory Racing team has confirmed that the Swiss rider might yet still line out in the event next season. Cancellara took yellow after stage two to Zeeland but crashed […]

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. […]


Chefs on Tour: cooking for the Tour de France peloton

If you follow the pro road scene and keep a close eye on social media you’ll notice that many teams turned to self-contained kitchens at races like the Tour de France. At this year’s Tour we caught up with some of the people inside those kitchens; the chefs that keep the riders fed and watered, […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Anti-Doping Denmark report finds Riis encouraged or tolerated doping, but Dane escapes punishment; Kittel inching back into form prior to Giant-Alpecin’s Tour roster announcement; Injury woes rule Schleck out of Tour de France, Trek Factory Racing announces squad; Van Garderen’s backup named for Tour de France, Dennis […]


Injury woes rule Schleck out of Tour de France, Trek Factory Racing announces squad

Third, fourth and fifth in the past, a double stage winner and a former leader of the race, any possibility of Frank Schleck adding to his palmares in the Tour de France has been dashed with the announcement that he will miss this year’s event. He and the Trek Factory Racing team announced Tuesday that […]


Why Trek used velodrome testing to prepare for the Paris-Nice uphill time trial

The 2015 edition of Paris-Nice is currently in progress with the race set to finish on Sunday with an individual time trial up the Col d’Eze just outside of Nice. That final stage will almost certainly decide the race overall so it makes sense that teams have been preparing specifically for it. But doing that […]


How a team and its sponsors prepare equipment for the new season

For road cycling fans the new racing season brings about noticeable changes in the sport they love. Teams come and go, sponsors do too, riders change teams, and the colours and equipment of the peloton are altered in various ways. The changes come in at the start of the new year but many months of […]


Schleck takes up Trek role, preserves his link with the sport

Four months after he announced his retirement from the sport, the first mechanism of Andy Schleck’s declared intention to remain in cycling has been made more clear with a company linked to his final team announcing a new role for him. Trek Travel, an offshoot of the Trek bicycle company, has said that Schleck will […]


Trek MTBer Dan McConnell to ride the Tour Down Under: “I was very exited to hear it was possible to get a start”

He’s far better known as a mountain bike rider, having taken third in both the Commonwealth Games cross country race and this year’s World Cup plus second overall in the latter in 2013. However Dan McConnell has been confirmed as a surprise addition to Trek Factory Racing’s team for the Santos Tour Down Under, which […]


Voigt extends relationship with Trek Factory Racing, will be consultant and sports director

Recently retired competitor Jens Voigt pledged he would remain involved with cycling after hanging up his wheels; the nature of that involvement has now been clarified, with the rider and his Trek Factory Racing team announcing Wednesday how he will stay within the sport. “I’ll take on an active role in the team staff and […]