Fabian Cancellara retired seven years ago, but his presence in cycling is as strong as ever. The former world and Olympic champion started Tudor Pro Cycling in 2022, a Swiss-based ProTeam, as well as the development u-23 team, with big goals for the future.
The team brought over many riders to join for the 2023 season, including Sébastien Reichenbach from Groupama – FDJ, Danish champ Alexander Kamp from Trek – Segafredo, and Arvid de Kleijn from Human Powered Health.
The team has already had some big wins in 2023. Tudor Pro Cycling has taken five victories thus far, including a win at the Giro di Sicilia, Région Pays de la Loire Tour, Tour of Hungary, Le Tour de Bretagne Cycliste, and most notably, Milano – Torino. It was de Kleijn who took the result in Italy, and Cancellara was thrilled with it, and how his team operated. “It’s the team’s biggest win and the first win where we won with a proper leadout,” he said. “We played our strategy well and we took the oldest bike race in the world with the youngest team.” The three-time Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders winner knows that the team can continue to develop with good planning and preparation. 2023 season progressing well for Tudor Pro Cycling
“We are super happy and proud about how things are going. But we need to keep our feet on the ground. We’ve had fine wins that we didn’t expect, but we can continue to grow,” he said. “We […]