Transfer Analysis: In this week’s installment of the Weekly Transfer Analysis, we are breaking down the off-season transfer activity of Trek-Segafredo, who continues to build a promising young roster despite failing to fill their massive grand tour GC contender deficit, and Bahrain-Victorious, who has struggled to replace a significant exodus of talent and is now potentially closer to worrying about staying out of the dreaded ‘relegation zone’ than landing back in the top half of the end-of-season team points rankings.
# You can read the TRANSFER ANALYSIS #1 HERE , the TRANSFER ANALYSIS #2 HERE TRANSFER ANALYSIS #3 HERE and TRANSFER ANALYSIS #4 HERE . #
– This article is an excerpt from the Beyond the Peloton newsletter. Sign up here for full access. – Trek-Segafredo Notable new signings: Natnael Tesfatsion (Dronehopper), Mathias Vacek (Gazprom), Thibau Nys (Baloise-Trek)
Notable departing riders: Gianluca Brambilla (Q36.5)
Notable unsigned riders: Simon Pellaud
Roster spots remaining: 1 (rookie/neo-pro only)
Average age: 27.7 Pro Cycling Stats Points In/Out: +502 Pedersen has been consistent The team with a surprisingly modest budget has racked up shockingly consistently mid-table PCS finishes over the last five seasons (11th, 12th, 8th, 10th, 13th), but has struggled to find viable grand tour GC options, with Richie Porte’s surprise 3rd place at the 2020 Tour de France as their only grand tour podium finish since 2013. However, after attempting to rebuild the program with an ill-fated 2020/2021 run with the aging Vincenzo Nibali, the team has been quietly building […]
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