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Kentaurus
There will be several clashes between Chaves and Van der Hugenhaben I'm sure, my guess is we will probably split the points pretty evenly between us. The killer is going to be the lack of breakaway chances in these races for other teams as there should almost always be one of the two of us to control the race, and we both have depth on the hills as well.

Reporting for these hilly races with our teams should be a ton of fun though.
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maxime86
Kentaurus wrote:
There will be several clashes between Chaves and Van der Hugenhaben I'm sure, my guess is we will probably split the points pretty evenly between us. The killer is going to be the lack of breakaway chances in these races for other teams as there should almost always be one of the two of us to control the race, and we both have depth on the hills as well.

Reporting for these hilly races with our teams should be a ton of fun though.


Yea i agree, it's really gonna be fun throughout the season to see how both of our teams match up against each other in the long run to score points to try to take the top spot, i'm super excited for it.

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Team Leader Comparison
As we get closer and closer to the season, it's interesting to compare our team and see how our leaders will compare to other team leaders.

Explanation
The way this is going to work is that we will be seeing the riders with the top 5 attributes in Mountains, Hills, Time Trials, Cobbles and Sprints. However, I will trim it by only considering competent riders. What i mean by "competent riders" is riders who will actually score results and don't just have some outstanding stats. For example: Daniel Thorensen who has 82 SP and 85 ACC but has 61 FL and therefore is effectively useless.

I've decided to define a competent rider as a rider as a ride who has over 63 Flat, so I don't count climbers who are going to get dropped immediately on flat stages, 53 Mountain and 58 Hill so I don't count riders who are going to get dropped before sprints.

So without further ado, lets get into it.
|Mountains|

RankNameTeamMTHLSTARESREC
1aRyan EastmanAzteca8071767576
1bJaime SuazaEddie Stobart8065657667
3aRafael VallsRepsol Honda7975787778
3bOscar SolisAndorra7960687876
3cPierre Paolo PenasaKulczyk7973757277
3dWinner AnaconaReddit7874757274
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18Robin HugenhabenIn-n-Out7780777675
Thoughts
Looking at this list, I'm not super convinced by Suaza and Solis with their super low hill stats, but considering we aren't looking to have any mountain riders, having someone in the top 20 who will barely ride any mountain races is pretty cool.

Overall, I would definitely expect Eastman and Valls to be the beasts in the mountains, Eastman more in tours and Valls more in individual stages, but there are also so many climbers in the CT so it'll really be interesting.
|Hills|

RankNameTeamHLSTARESRECACC
1Robin HugenhabenIn-n-Out8077767566
2Johan ChavesAzteca7974737272
3aDavid BoilyWorld Cycling7872726974
3bAnthony RouxXero7878717075
(too many 77 hill riders)
Thoughts
Here we are at the top, and we would have someone tied for fourth highest hill in Kratochvila. This is probably where we are going to make our biggest inprint. However, I am very worried about Anthony Roux and David Boily in hilly finishes, they both have very good acceleration and Roux has fantastic backup stats. However overall we're looking good with Robin Van Der Hugenhaben.
|Time Trial|

RankNameTeamFLTTPRLSTARES
1aKai ReusIn-n-Out7779797679
1bTony MartinLobauer7479787575
1cHugues MottinAndorra6979796774
1dRobert StellyCycleYorkshire6779796670
(too many 78 TT riders)
Thoughts
Reus seems to be by far the best Time Trialist in the CT. He's the only rider who's got the amazing time trialing, plus amazing back up stats, plus good on multiple terrains. The only one who could possibly compare is Rohan Dennis who is a worse Time Trialist. Then on the other hand you have Tony Martin who is just a worse version Kai Reus regarding the backup stats and climbing stats. So we're looking good here.
|Cobbles|

RankNameTeamFLHLSTACBSP
1aBuillaume KeirsbulckNordstrom7271757870
1bRobert BushWorld Cycling 7462757871
3aJempy DruckerPhilips7465757774
3bStijn VanderberghXero7566747761
3cArnaud GrandSauber7265747765
...
19Alexandre AulasIn-n-Out7367757374

Thoughts
Man we really messed up by not keeping Lhotterlerie, who would have been a top 5 cobbler in this division. Although his stats aren't as great as these other guys it would have been nice.

The guy that really stands out to me here is Jempy Drucker, I absolutely love his high flat and sprint stats which will be really interesting. However Keirsbulck is probably the best pure cobbler with his good backup stats and all.
|Sprinters|

RankNameTeamFLSTARECSPACC
1aRaul CabreraAeropostal7575828077
1bMarco HallerIn-n-Out7272768079
1cGiacomo NizzoloTelia7370718079
1dCameron MeyerReddit7270748076
1eJaime CastanedaWorld Cycling7171788079
1fMohamed SallehSauber7073778080

Thoughts
This is the most interesting category in my opinions as I think each one of these riders has a flaw that comes along with them. Cabrera would be low acceleration, Nizzolo and Meyer would be back backup stats while Castaneda and Salleh might not make it to the end of the race to sprint.

I think for us Haller is the most all around one which puts us in a good spot, but Cabrera looks fantastic and will probably do a bunch of damage in flat tours.

Edited by maxime86 on 03-10-2017 06:19
 
jandal7
Very interesting analysis. That sprint field looks amazing to watch but not to be a 79 sprinter in PfftSad Hope in that hilly field Roux and Boily's acc balances the 79 and 80 hills of Chaves and Hugenhaben Grin You guys look stacked, Haller is amazing, Reus is amazing, Hugenhaben is ridiculous in CT. Aulas should actually do quite well I think, doubt he'd be the 19th best scorer, will be higher. 3/5 terrains with top scorers, cobbles with a good leader for an non-targeted terrain and Hugenhaben maybe getting some mountain action on the odd occasion? makes for a very very good looking CT team, and a strong title candidate. Look forward to seeing your squad in action, especially in Manx, Windhoek, slovenie and the other races we don't have to face your guys Pfft
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maxime86
jandal7 wrote:
Very interesting analysis. That sprint field looks amazing to watch but not to be a 79 sprinter in PfftSad Hope in that hilly field Roux and Boily's acc balances the 79 and 80 hills of Chaves and Hugenhaben Grin You guys look stacked, Haller is amazing, Reus is amazing, Hugenhaben is ridiculous in CT. Aulas should actually do quite well I think, doubt he'd be the 19th best scorer, will be higher. 3/5 terrains with top scorers, cobbles with a good leader for an non-targeted terrain and Hugenhaben maybe getting some mountain action on the odd occasion? makes for a very very good looking CT team, and a strong title candidate. Look forward to seeing your squad in action, especially in Manx, Windhoek, slovenie and the other races we don't have to face your guys Pfft


Haha Thanks for the kind words, Aulas has always been a favorite with me and he's the only rider we have left from our inaugural season. Maybe we wont see you guys too much in C1 and C2, but we'll crush you in C2HC races Cool
 
Booker
What an interesting take, and the effort is definitely not overlooked!

Kai Reus is going to be a monster on the time trials, hoping Mullen can fight for the leftover podium places. Same with Hugenhaben, Vichot will need to use his ACC and FGHT to counteract the objectively "better" riders. No redeeming qualities for those fighting Haller though, having him is just cheating. You've been able to retain/put together just an unbelievable team, clear favourites for me.

I totally get what you're going for here with a profile of the top riders by main stat, but I hope some of the key backups (read: ACC) will leave us in better position than some of those standouts with lower stat floors. At least, that's what we're banking on. Looking forward to the upcoming season, but not if your squad is at the front of the peloton, beating Kulczyk - DMTEX into submission with our less-than-ideal resistance levels. :lol:
 
maxime86
Booker wrote:
What an interesting take, and the effort is definitely not overlooked!

Kai Reus is going to be a monster on the time trials, hoping Mullen can fight for the leftover podium places. Same with Hugenhaben, Vichot will need to use his ACC and FGHT to counteract the objectively "better" riders. No redeeming qualities for those fighting Haller though, having him is just cheating. You've been able to retain/put together just an unbelievable team, clear favourites for me.

I totally get what you're going for here with a profile of the top riders by main stat, but I hope some of the key backups (read: ACC) will leave us in better position than some of those standouts with lower stat floors. At least, that's what we're banking on. Looking forward to the upcoming season, but not if your squad is at the front of the peloton, beating Kulczyk - DMTEX into submission with our less-than-ideal resistance levels. :lol:


I wouldn't get too down on your team compared to ours, I think your team is absolutely fantastic and has great depth. You'll definitely be a top 5 team so i'm not sure we'll be really "beating you into submission" too often, but I'm super excited to see our teams compete against each other.

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Leader Schedules
As we get closer to the season, we've decided it's time to announce our leader's schedules for this upcoming season. Our 3 main leaders are clearly Robin van der Hugenhaben, Kai Reus and Marco Haller, and they will be our main leaders in most of our races, the only exception being Aidis Kruopis getting a few leadership opportunities in hill races where Hugenhaben isn't present.
|Robin van der Hugenhaben|
Bold: Team Goals

RaceClassification
Clasico San CristobalC2
Tour of AlmatyC1
Gisborne GPC2HC
Eurkal BizikletaC2
Tour de SlovenieC1
Ringerike GPHC
Manx InternationalC1
Grands Prix CyclistesC2HC
Tour of BritainC2HC
GP YekaterinburgC2
Zuri MetzgeteC2HC

Mistakes were definitely made in RVH's planning in retrospect. When we first planned our season out, we had him going to the Tour of Slovenie just to try to get a GC victory. But hindsight is 20-20 and definitely shouldn't have tried to get sneaky about it and should have just sent him to some more climbing races. Overall it's not too bad because the races where he isn't represented, Kruopis will lead us and is a great sprinter in the hills.

Apart from that, I would expect Hugenhaben to still have a great season, races like the Tour of Britain and Eurkal Bizikleta are hopefully going to massive scoring races for him.
|Kai Reus|
Bold: Team Goals

RaceClassification
Great Ocean Road ClassicC2HC
Barcelona ClassicC2
Geraardsbergen-BosbergC2HC
Bayern RundfahrtC2HC
Windhoek ITTC2
Tour de SlovenieC1
Isle of Man ITTC1
Ringerike GPHC
Benelux ChallengeC2HC
Tour of BritainC2HC
Herald Sun TourC2

Reus will be racing in 7 (If i counted correctly) ITTs this season, and will be present in many flat and hilly stages to act as lead outs for Haller and Kruopis respectively. Reus probably wont find himself at the top of the point scorers leaderboard, but with his great Time Trialing, we're really hoping for 2 or more stage wins from him, especially considering that he's definitely the best Time-Trialist in the CT.
|Marco Haller|
Bold: Team Goals

RaceClassification
Great Ocean Road ClassicC2HC
Barcelona ClassicC2
Geraardsbergen-BosbergC2HC
La Tropicale Amissa BongoC1
Bayern RundfahrtC2HC
Betonexpressz GPC1
Tour de LangkawiC2
Ciculo de JuarezC2
Tour de San LuisC2HC
Paris ToursC2HC
Herald Sun TourC2

With Haller, we definitely did a great job planning, all of his races are very flat heavy, with no real wasted race days. We did send him to some bumpier races just because we know he has the ability to go over bumps as well as any other sprinter, if not better.

Bercz and Bar, will most likely be following Haller to each of his races to act as a lead out, giving us a tremendous sprint train that will be as good as any, but with an amazing sprinter to finish that races off.

Edited by maxime86 on 05-07-2018 09:29
 
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Season and Sponsor News
It's been a while since we've given you guys an update and boy is this update going to be jam packed.
|Rider Standings|

1Rafael VallsESPpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hrc.pngRepsol - Honda753
2Anthony RouxFRApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.pngXero Racing p/b Octagon631
3David BoilyCANpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.pngWorld Cycling Centre485
4Johan Esteban ChavesCOLpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/azt.pngAzteca - NBCSN455
5Pierre Paolo PenasaITApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.pngKulczyk - DMTEX454
6Robin van der HugenhabenNEDpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour453
10Kai ReusNEDpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour370
18Marco HallerAUTpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour235
47Jocelyn BarFRApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour129
53Jakub KratochvilaCZEpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour119
57Roman KreuzigerCZEpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour110
134Maxime BouetFRApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour43
146Romain HardyFRApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour38
167Kristijan DurasekCROpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour28
170Alexandre AulasFRApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour27
180Aidis KruopisLTUpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour23
264Johan Le BonFRApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour8
278Patrick BerczGERpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour7
281Thanawut SanikwathiTHApcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour7
407Ricardo MestrePORpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour0
|Team Standings|

1pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.pngWorld Cycling Centre1780
2pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.pngIn-n-Out p/b Carrefour1597
3pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.pngKulczyk - DMTEX1583
4pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.pngPhilips - Continental1535
5pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.pngTeam Reddit1414
Overall we can't say that it was a bad year for us. We ended up having 3 guys in the top 18 riders which was the most of any team, and we ended up in second in the CT standings promoting us back up to the PCT.

It's a bit bittersweet for us however because winning the CT was one of our biggest goals of the year. In addition we missed out on two of our other goals by a single place, meaning that there were 3 goals which we were within 1 place of completing. Unfortuntately that's the way things go and we are left with only a single completed goal.

Looking towards the future, we definitely will need to work hard to stay up in the PCT next year as Reus and Van der Hugenhaben will be regressing in skill during the offseason, but hopefully the success of this season will help us with survival in the PCT.
Sponsor and Jersey News
A successful season in the CT has meant a bit of a shuffle for our sponsors, the only sponsor that has been dropped is AirBus, while ESPN has decided to push more money into our team as In-n-Out takes more of a backseat role. Because of this sponsor change, our team name has also changed to Carrefour - ESPN, but with Carrefour still being our main sponsor
|Sponsor Breakdown|

TypeNameYears with team
MainCarrefour4
SecondaryESPN5
MinorIn-n-Out5
MinorCaisse d'Epagne1
MinorAuchan2
EquipmentTrek4
EquipmentBontrager1
ClothingNike1
With such a big shift in sponsors, it means we finally need a new jersey, and after rocking the same jersey for the last 3 seasons and using the same style jersey for the last 4, we finally have a new style jersey which looks absolutely stunning.
|Jersey Reveal|

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The offseason is really going to be starting up soon so expect more updates here than you've seen in the past. Hope you all enjoy the little rankings recap along with our sponsor/jersey reveal!

Edited by maxime86 on 05-07-2018 09:28
 
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Renewals And The Beginning of Transfers
Renewals were quite a difficult time for our team, we low-balled many of our riders which was a strategy that worked out for us last season, as we retained a ton of high-quality riders due to that. However, it didn't work out for us this time as we ended up pissing off many of our riders.
|Renewal Wages

Resigned
RiderOld WageNew Wage
Robin Van Der Hugenhaben300,000327,000
Alexandre Aulas50,00050,000
Romain Hardy50,00050,000
Jakub Kratochvila70,00075,000
Kristijan Durasek50,00050,000
Mustafa Carsi50,00095,000
Marco Haller80,000165,000
Jocelyn Bar85,000148,000
Roman Kreuziger50,00050,000
Patrick Bercz50,00070,000
Maxime Bouet50,00050,000
Thanawut Sanikwathi50,00050,000
Not Resigned
Johan Le Bon50,000Not offered
Kai Reus125,000Demands not met
Ricardo Mestre50,000Not offered
Aidis Kruopis70,000Demands not met
So this renewal season has unfortunately see Kai Reus move on due to our inability to meet his wage demands, while we've seen Mestre and Le Bon move on because they're just useless to us at this point. Kruopis just had a bad season for us and we offered him a contract which was very different from his wage evaluation so he has move on as well.
First Transfer News
|Riders In|

Signed from Free Agency on 85,000 wage

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPLAVG
Andrea Palini6970786675686954687469616675.24

Andrea Palini is an Italian Puncheur who we've brought in on an 85k wage which we see as quite a bargain. At 29 years old, hopefully Palini is someone we can retain for years to come.


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Signed from Free Agency on 50,000 wage


NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPLAVG
Kevin Feiereisen7462685873687563777861686974.77
Feiereisen is going to be a great leadout for any sprinter we go into the season with, especially on a 50k wage. He's only 26 which means depending on his wage demands, we'll try our best to retain as good lead-outs such as him on a 50k wage are great value.

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Transfered from Festina - Dexia for 1,000,000 and 3 riders

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPLAVG
Jerome Coppel7766778378787454657473648379.65

Coppel is a huge rider considering our focus nation, it's unfortunate how much we gave up to bring him in, but it's a move we felt like we had to do, especially with our plans in the FA market. Hopefully this gamble pays off.
|Riders Out|

To Festina - Dexia for Jerome Coppel

RiderSeasons Raced With Us
Robin van der Hugenhaben2
Marco Haller1
Jocelyn Bar1

Hugenhaben was someone we constantly looked to move going into this season. Although he has good stats, his wage was just too big for us to keep with us. Unfortunately the price to get rid of Hugenhaben was Bar and Haller. Bar and Haller both had a substantially bigger wage than last year, limiting their value compared to what we brought them in for. Haller also doesn't really represent a true sprinter at the PCT level in our eyes, which is another reason why we had to move on from him
It's been a weird transfer period for us, as we've decided to take risks to try to prevent ourselves from getting relegated as we did last time we were in the PCT. However, with the transfer landscape always changing and with us needing wage budget to sign riders immediately, we unfortunately had to make the decision to part with 3 riders who were key for us last year. However, we do expect Coppel to be an absolute monster at the PCT level and help us in our push to do as well as we can in our first year back in the PCT

 
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Transfers, Signings and Loans
As time has gone on in transfers, we've had more shake-ups with the squad happen. We brought in on of the top Sprinters in the whole Man-Game, loaned in a few young kids, and made a swap deal with one of our better riders of the past few years... Lets get to it!
|Loanees|


Loaned in From World Cycling Center on split wages
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Abou Sanogo69616964686962716769737270

If leveled up as cobbles + maxed as classics
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Abou Sanogo73617164717264766970767370

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Loaned in From World Cycling Center on split wages

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jhonatan Restrepo69657169686771556970636769

If leveled up as sprint + maxed as hills
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jhonatan Restrepo72667469726974577173646869

Both of these guys are great young guys with good potential. It was nice to bring in two talents who can offer us some production despite their age and only have to pay 25k wages for each othem.
|Free Agents|


Signed from Free Agency on 380,000 wage
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Ivano Lo Cicero72566456716379698478546075

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Lo Cicero taking a victory in his 2016 season

Italian sprinter Lo Cicero is a proven comodity at the PCT level, finishing 3rd in the PCT rankings in 2016 and in the top 35 last season. Going into the season we were especially looking for a big sprinter to bring us points, and by moving Haller and Bar we were able to free up wage space to bring in this absolute beast

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Signed from Free Agency for 50,000

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Daniel Schorn76566169676577627777666572

Schorn was a mainstay for many years at Wiesenhof - Andritz, but after he moved on this off-season, we made a move for him to be a part of our hopefully effective sprint train. At 50k, the Austrian should be a steal and offer a lot of help for our main sprinters.
|Rider Swap|


To Isostar Slovenija in a Rider Swap

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jakub Kratochvila67767770706872545364727270

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Kratochvila winning stage 4 of the Euskal Bizikleta last season


With the team seemingly moving more and more away from a hill-specific team, Kratochvila was alway on the cards for a transfer out. He was terrific in both seasons with us, claiming 5 top 5 finishes last year with a great individual output in the CT. Unfortunately it just made sense for us to move on from him and bring in a talent who will most likily surpass him, along with a good veteran cobble/sprinter.

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From Isostar Slovenija in a Rider Swap

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jérome Giaux73596768726878717775676868


Giaux offers us nice versatility as he's able to perform on the shorter/flatter cobbled stages while also being able to participate in our sprint train. The Belgian will probably lead us in the very few cobbled races we participate in, but should be valuable in those races.

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From Isostar Slovenija in a Rider Swap

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jernej Svab69687156687067666674646754

If level up + maxed in hills
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jernej Svab71707657727269666777676855

Svab was the person who pushed us over the edge to aquire Kratochvila. He's a great slovenian talent who we be very effective when maxed due to his high hill and acceleration rating. He shares a lot of similar traits as Kratochvila, but although he won't be able to climb mountains like kratochvila, his acceleration means he'll be very involved on a race-by-race basis (when maxed of course).
Those are the updates we have for you at the moment, we're very excited to bring in one of the top sprinters who was availible on the market and a nice group of young exciting riders as well.

 
Atlantius
I wish you the best of luck with Lo Cicero and hope you'll get the 2016 version rather than the 2017 one.

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maxime86
Atlantius wrote:
I wish you the best of luck with Lo Cicero and hope you'll get the 2016 version rather than the 2017 one.


We're wishing that too, but we've built a solid sprint train for him to make sure we get the best out of him Smile Hopefully it goes well

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Last FA Signings and a few Deals
The transfer season is starting to wrap up quickly, and we've sealed all of our free agents for the upcoming season. Me may be making another deal or two, but free agents and loan are sealed. We have a pretty clear direction in which we are going with this team which is focusing on the flat stages, and hopefully it pays off.
|Loanees|


Loaned in From Festina - Dexia with us paying 50,000 wages
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Ioannidis Nikolaos66717071737169575869716772

If maxed as a stage racer
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Ioannidis Nikolaos67757375767473575870726776


Festina approached us with them desperately looking for a someone to take Nikolaos on loan. We've done nice deals with them in the past and gladly took him on loan, especially with them giving us a 55k fee for our troubles.
|Free Agents|


Signed from Free Agency on 265,000 wage
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Romain Vanderbiest74646467746981588277556574

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Vanderbiest taking a stage in the Tour de France last season


With the team having many flat goals, it only made sense to bring in someone like Romain. His speed is tremendous and he'll be leading the team in every race that doesn't include Lo Cicero. He's a similar sprinter to Ivano, with a high top speed but not amazing acceleration, but we should be able to put him into great positions with the sprint train we've been trying to develop.

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Signed from Free Agency for 110,000

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Wen Hao Li75536178736871507575646478


Li is a great timetrialist who should offer a solid amount of points in any race against the clock. However, his real value also lies in with his amazing ability on the flat, paired with his great sprinting abilities, Vanderbiest and Lo Cicero will love him by the end of the season.

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Signed from Free Agency for 70,000

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Alan Banaszek66616261676762576973656767

If maxed as a track sprinter
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Alan Banaszek74616564707474577981657075


Banaszek is only 21 years old, but with the potential he has, it only made sense for us to make a big push for him in free agency. He should fully maxout in 3 seasons at which point he'll be a great leadout man/backup sprinter.


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Signed from Free Agency for 50,000

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jan Drago Petelin68706862696766505468655961

If leveled up to 2.0 as a Climber v2 and maxed as a Climber v1
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jan Drago Petelin69787462707171505475726161


We were very surprised to be able to pick up this young man from Luxembourg. Petelin may not be the next Andy Schleck, but his climbing is fantastic and he has solid backup stats including a 75 acceleration.
|Deals|


Transfered from Ebuddy for 50,000
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Jonathan Castroviejo70727570717070566774736570

Castroviejo is someone who fits our team very well. He's a very all-around rider but will be super helpful for Coppel in the hillier tours that he features in. When we made this deal we didn't have much money, but we felt like for 50k, that we couldn't go wrong.

Transfered from BNZ for 39,000 and Mustafa Carsi
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Aleksa Crncevic66706667666669646168667566

If maxed as a stage racer
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Aleksa Crncevic67767073707075646169677572


Crncervic comes do us in a deal where we gave up young sprinter Mustafa Carsi. Although we would have loved to keep Carsi, the 95k wage we gave him in renewals was really crippling for us. Luckily we were able to flip him for Crncervic, who will blossom into a good stage racing hepler by the time he's maxed.
|Riders Leaving|


RiderSeasons Raced With UsTeamTerms
Mustafa Carsi1 (on loan)BNZ CyclingCrncervic Swap Deal
Kristijan Durasek2Nordstrom - BioWare90,000
Roman Kreuziger1DK Žalgiris55,000
Jernej Svab0DisegualON LOAN


It was hard to see Kristijan Durasek go after 2 great seasons with us. He endured our season of falling back down to the CT, and celebrated with us as we came back up to the CT. Unfortunately his age became a big factor in wanting to move him, as it was in deciding to move Roman Kreuziger. Jernej Svab was aquired earlier in the window, but would benefit greatly from experience at the highest level, so a loan to Disegual.
It's been a weird transfer season for us, with many riders who've meant a lot to the team moving onto greener pastures. However, we have created a very solid core of riders on the flat for the coming season, which excites us a lot. And for the first time, we've brought in quite a base of young, talented, riders who we'll be able to develop into great riders.

 
SportingNonsense
Feiereisen is a good leadout option, so nice to see him picked up and with some good sprinters to serve. Ultimately wanted a little too much to stay at Vesuvio, with us not having any use for that kind of rider.
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Croatia14
You brought a brilliant team together honestly! On Svab: Maybe you get even more out of him if you go climber v2 on the 4 -> max training, which could bring him to 78 Acceleration.
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whitejersey
Am I wrong thinking that its going to take Banaszek 4 seasons to max out since he is born in 97 and hence can't go from 1-3 this season? The team it self though is looking like it turned out very nicely. Vanderbiest is going to be interesting to follow that's for sure!
 
maxime86
SportingNonsense wrote:
Feiereisen is a good leadout option, so nice to see him picked up and with some good sprinters to serve. Ultimately wanted a little too much to stay at Vesuvio, with us not having any use for that kind of rider.


Very happy to get him on 50k wages here, he should be of great use to Lo Cicero and Vanderbiest!

Croatia14 wrote:
You brought a brilliant team together honestly! On Svab: Maybe you get even more out of him if you go climber v2 on the 4 -> max training, which could bring him to 78 Acceleration.


Good catch! it would actually be climber v1 but yes that's definitely the better way to go. Thanks for sending him over to our team of course

whitejersey wrote:
Am I wrong thinking that its going to take Banaszek 4 seasons to max out since he is born in 97 and hence can't go from 1-3 this season? The team it self though is looking like it turned out very nicely. Vanderbiest is going to be interesting to follow that's for sure!


Shoot you're right, I thought it was beyond 1997 that couldn't go 1-3, regardless he'll be great for us in a few years times. Thanks for the kind words Pfft

Would love to hear from others on opinions of this team
 
maxime86
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Final Transfers And Goals
The transfer season is finally over for us, whic means we're ready to announce our last signings, along with our goals for this upcoming season.
|Goals|

Tour of Vancouver -> Stage Win
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Philadelphia International Championship -> Win
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Tour of California -> Points Jersey
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Riga - Jurmala GP -> Win
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Team Standings -> Top 20


It's a weird set of goals, but given our sprinting ability, we're hoping the goals in Vancouver and Philadelphia will be completed. California will be a bit tougher as a climber has taken the points jersey for the last few years consecutively. Originally we were hoping to bring in a sprinter who could go over hills well which is why we picked the Tour of California and Philadelphia International Championship as big goals. Hopefully we can overcome the slight change of plan and we can still accomplish a few of these goals.

Also we didn't get invited to Riga - Jurmala GP because I'm trash at planning. So only 4 possible goals for us to complete this year.
|Deals|

Transfered from Ayubowan! for 210,000
NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Adrien Petit76526561767278728078656866

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Petit winning stage 3 of the Course de Solidarnosc in 2016

Petit was not someone we were looking to move for until very late in the transfer window. The Sales of Durasek, Bouet, Hardy and Kreuziger were all made with bringing in Petit as the end goal and lucky for us it all worked out. At 28, Petit has quite a few years at the top left and will be the top leadout man in our squad. However, his ability to go over cobbles will mean he also leads us in many races involving cobbles this season.

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Transfered from Evonik - ELKO for 152,000

NameFLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFTDHPL
Damien Gaudin74516867776971775771725867

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Gaudin taking a victory in Nokere - Koerse in 2012

Gaudin is another rider that we didn't originally have in our plans, but moving Carsi freed up some wage space and we had leftover money from some other moves. Gaudin gives us another nice cobbled rider who should pick us up some points in the cobbles.

|Riders Leaving|


RiderSeasons Raced With UsTeamTerms
Romain Hardy3Eddie Stobart50,000
Maxime Bouet1Telia - Brussels Airlines65,000


Unfortunately, bringing in those 2 big frenchmen meant 2 older frenchmen needed to move on. Bouet and Hardy were great for us last season, Bouet being a terrific timetrialist and Hardy doing great in the CT both times we were there. Hardy was the second longest tenured rider for us as this would have been his 4th year with us, but money talks (age does to) which means we needed to move on from him.
Moving Hardy and Bouet and bringing in Gaudin and Petit feels like great business for us. Petit is someone who's going to seem like a steal in a years time, as 210k is very little for him. Getting him for that price is huge reflection on the state of the transfer market this year. For Gaudin, this is his last year at his peak, but he should still be a solid cobble domestique next year for us, so bringing him in for that price/wage was raelly a no-brainer.

This marks the end of the transfer season for us, hopefully you guys see promise in our squad, and we should have a team presentation coming up quite soon!

 
Booker
Phenomenal business to get in Petit at that price - I would've been all over that, had I kept the wage cap available.

This team is going to be formidable, likely well-outperforming the top 20 goal
 
maxime86
Booker wrote:
Phenomenal business to get in Petit at that price - I would've been all over that, had I kept the wage cap available.

This team is going to be formidable, likely well-outperforming the top 20 goal


I was super happy with getting Petit at that price, given the type of rider he is and his nationality, it was a no brainer trying to bring him in. I hope you're right about us outperforming the top 20 goal Smile
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Team Presentation
Finally, our whole team's transfers have all been confirmed, and we can now present you a breakdown of our whole squad from the top-down. Lets get right into it!
|Leaders|

Jerome Coppel
From Festina - Dexia for 1,000,000 + 3 riders
32 Years Old | 700,000 Wage | TimeTrialist/Hilly Tours
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
77667683787874546574736483

Coppel was not someone we expected to bring in this season, but when the oppertunity fell in our lap, we had to take it. Being French and considering he finished 17th in the PT last year, he will be our main leader and all of our planning was made with him in mind. Hilly tours with a timetrial will be his bread and butter to bringing in points for us and we're sure he'll do great.

Ivano Lo Cicero
Signed from Free Agency
30 Years Old | 380,000 Wage | Sprinter
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
72566456716379698478546075

Ivano is someone we wanted to bring in from the outset of free agency. All of our goals were with signing him in mind. Luckily we were able to sign him and considering he's finished in the top 35 in the PCT the last 2 seasons (including 3rd in 2016), we're sure he'll do great for us. With the sprint train we've constructed for him and with some good planning, the sky is the limit for him.

Romain Vanderbiest
Signed from Free Agency
30 Years Old | 265,000 Wage | Sprinter
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
74646467746981588277556574

Romain is someone we had our eyes on throughout Free Agency, and although grabbing him at 265,000 felt like a little bit of an overspend, he fits our team's identity as a great sprinter and a experienced frenchman. Last time he was in the PCT, he finished 51st in the individual standings, but with his experience and great sprint train that he'll have at his disposal, he should bring us quite a few victories this season.
|Lieutenants|

Andrea Palini
Signed from Free Agency
29 Years Old | 85,000 Wage | Puncheur
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
69707866756869546874696166

To us, Palini at 85,000 wages is an absolute steal. Palini finished 86th in the PCT last year, riding for Ferrero, and with so many hill leaders going to the PT, we're hoping he can improve on that a bit. Palini will be our leader in any hilly classics we're registered in and will have a free role in any race that has even a speed bump in it, and we're confident of his ability to take advantage of this liberty that he'll have.

Adrien Petit
From Ayubowan! for 210,000
28 Years Old | 200,000 Wage | Cobbled Sprinter
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
76526561767278728078656866

Petit was brought in for an absolute bargain price and is possibly the piece of business we are most happy with from this transfer season. Petit will be a leader in all the flat cobble races we attend, and will act as a great leadout man for our sprinters, along with getting his own opperunities here and there.
|Sprint Train|

Kevin Feiereisen
Signed from Free Agency
26 Years Old | 50,000 Wage | Main Leadout
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
74626858736875637778616869

Feiereisen comes from Vesuvio on a minimum wage contract to be one of our top lead-out men. At Vesuvio, Feiereisen didn't necessarily have top sprinters to be a leadout man for, but luckily we'll have Vanderbiest and Lo Cicero that he can serve well. With a low wage and being only 26, he figures to stick around our team for a while.

Patrick Bercz
2nd Season with the team
29 Years Old | 70,000 Wage | Leadout/Hill Sprinter
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
72627060736875667677676660

Bercz's first season with us was full of success. He was the main leadout man for Jocelyn Bar and Marco Haller, and helped them finish 47th and 18th respectively in the individual standings. This year he figures to help us do the same, while getting a few more oppertunities to act as a hilly sprinter, a role that Bar was very successful as last year.

Daniel Schorn
Signed from Free Agency
30 Years Old | 50,000 Wage | Leadout
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
76566169676577627777666572

Schorn has all the abilities to be very valuable for our sprint train. He is good sprinter, but really hangs his hat on his talent on the flat. He'll be an amazing pace setter and will offer a ton of experience at high level racing after spending his last few years in the PT and PCT.
|Cobblers|

Damien Gaudin
From Evonik for 152,000
32 Years Old | 75,000 Wage | Main Cobbler
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
74516867776971775771725867

Gaudin will split leaders duties with Petit in most of our cobble races. He'll be the guy we work for if the cobbles become to difficult for Petit. Gaudin, another frenchman, should fit right into our team with his experience as well and should be a great teacher for our talents.

Jérome Giaux
From Isostar in Rider Swap
32 Years Old | 70,000 Wage | Leadout Cobbler
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
73596768726878717775676868

Despite his age, Giaux scored an ok amount of points last year and should be a perfect leadout man for Petit. He shares a lot of same abilities as Petit but also has the versatility to step back and also be a leadout for Lo Cicero and Vanderbiest on the flat.

Alexandre Aulas
5th Season with team
32 Years Old | 50,000 | Cobbler
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
73556761756769737472638061

We're extremely happy to have retained Alexandre Aulas this season. He's the only rider to have ridden for us for every single year that we've existed. Once again, he should be a fantastic helper on the Cobbles in what will probably be his last year with us due to his age. Hopefully we can be very succesful in his Swan Song season with us.
|Other Domestiques|

Wen Hao Li
Signed from Free Agency
29 Years Old | 110,000 Wage | TimeTrialer/Leadout Man
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
75536178736871507575646478

We fell in love with Li's skillset from the moment we saw him on the market. at 29, he'll offer great value in timetrials where he excells. However, he also can sprint like crazy for a timetrialist which will mean he'll be amazing in the leadout.

Jonathan Castroviejo
From eBuddy for 50,000
31 Years Old | 50,000 Wage | Hill Domestique
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
70727570717070566774736570

At 50,000 wages and 50,000 transfer fee, Jonathan was a luxury buy that we had to bring in. He can help on all sorts of terrain and will hopefully be present in breakaways throughout the season. He will be a great helper for Coppel and Palini and will definitely get his own chances as well.
|Talents|

Thanawut Sanikwathi
2nd Season with the team
25 Years Old | 50,000 Wage | Cobbled Sprinter Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
68576565666565697374667168
Spoiler
When Maxed:
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
72576665706867737777747269
Thanawut comes from the same mold as Giaux and Petit as a hilly sprinter. He isn't all the way there yet, but with a PT loan next season, he should max out as a very valuable rider. This year he'll learn from a ton of experienced cobblers and sprinters which should help his development.

Aleksa Crncevic
From BNZ Cycling in Rider Swap
23 Years Old | 50,000 Wage | Stage Race Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
66706667666669646168667566
Spoiler
When Maxed:
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
67767073707075646169677572
We're super excited about aquiring Crncevic from BNZ. When he's maxed, he should be a great stage race helper which we're incredibly excited about. Even now, he's a menace in the Downhill and is still a servicable climber which hopefully means he'll try to get into breakaways often

Jan Drago Petelin
Signed from Free Agency
22 Years Old | 50,000 Wage | Climbing Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
68706862696766505468655961
Spoiler
When Maxed:
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
69787462707171505475726161
Petelin is the second rider rider from Luxembourg that we've brought in this transfer window. Just like Feiereisen, he should remain with us for the long term. Petelin will be an amazing attacking climber with terrific acceleration when he's maxed. For now he'll train to gain experience from our older guys. Considering he's a level 1 experience talent, it'll be a while before he's maxed, but he'll be great once he gets there.

Alan Banaszek
Signed from Free Agency
21 Years Old | 70,000 Wage | Sprinting Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
66616261676762576973656767
Spoiler
When Maxed:
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
74616564707474577981657075
Banaszek looks to be the most promising of all of our talents. When maxed, he'll be a great spinter who will be able to survive speed bumps (unlike our last sprinting talent Mustafa Carsi). However, he's the furthest away from being maxed out, this year he won't be very valuable, but should soak up good experience.
|On Loan|

Jernej Svab
From Isostar in Rider Swap (On loan to Desigual)
23 Years Old | 54,000 Wage | Puncheur Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
69687156687067666674646754
Spoiler
When Maxed:
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
70717657707269666778686855

Svab goes out on loan to Desigual after being brought in for Isostar. When maxed he's going to be a very interesting stage hunter in the hills. He won't ride for us this year or next year in order to Max him out, but when he comes back in 2 years, he'll be a fantastic young talent for us.
|Loaned In|

Ioannidis Nikolaos
On Loan from Festina
25 Years Old | 25,000 Wage | Climbing Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
66616261676762576973656767


Jhonatan Restrepo
On Loan from World Cycling Center
24 Years Old | 25,000 Wage | Hill Talent
FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
69657169686771556970636769


Abou Sanogo
On Loan from World Cycling Center
24 Years Old | 25,000 Wage | Cobble Talent
69616964686962716769737270


These youngsters have been brought in from other teams to round out the squad with some youth. They all offer help in different ways with Restrepo and Sanogo most likely being good helpers for us in the hills and cobblers respectively. We hope to give them experience and they'll develop into solid riders in the future.
|Full Squad|


Name FLMOHITTSTARESRECCOBSPACCFIDHPRL
Jerome Coppel77667683787874546574736483
Ivano Lo Cicero72566456716379698478546075
Romain Vanderbiest74646467746981588277556574
Adrien Petit76526561767278728078656866
Andrea Palini69707866756869546874696166
Kevin Feiereisen74626858736875637778616869
Jerome Giaux72596768726878717775676868
Damien Gaudin74516867776971775771725867
Patrick Bercz72627060736875667677676660
Daniel Schorn76566169676577627777666572
Wen Hao Li75536178736871507575646478
Jonathan Castroviejo70727570717070566774736570
Alexandre Aulas73556761756769737472638061
Ioannidis Nikolaos66717071737169575869716772
Thanawut Sanikwathi68576565666565697374667168
Jhonathan Restrepo69657169686771556970636769
Abou Sanogo69616964686962716769737270
Aleksa Crncevic66706667666669646168667566
Jan Drago Petelin68706862696766505468655961
Alan Banaszek66616261676762576973656767
We're super excited about our squad, but let us know how you feel about it! With our combination of current leaders and young talent, we're hoping that we'll be in a good spot this year and years to come.

 
viking90
Lo Cicero, Vanderbiest and Petit. If they will ride together that is one hell of a train.

Without a proper climber and puncher it will be very interesting to see how it goes.
 
hillis91
Alan Banaszek is that one guy i really really wanted but didn't get.

Good luck this season Smile
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