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[CT '21] BWT Hyundai N Cycling
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BWT Hyundai N Cycling

BWT N Hyundai Cycling GmbH (MGUCI team code: BWT) is a professional German-Austrian cycling team, competing at MGUCI Continental level for the 2021 season

Team Information

MGUCI CodeBWT
Founded2016
Registered Bulgaria (2016-2018 [primary])
Canada (2017-2018 [secondary]; 2019 [primary])
Germany (2020-present [primary])
Austria (2021-present [secondary])
Base Varna, Bulgaria (2016-2019)
Frankfurt, Germany (2020-)
StatusMGUCI Continental (2016-2019; 2021)
MGUCI ProContinental (2020)
Bicycles Focus (2016)
Argon 18 (2017-2018)
Scott (2019-present)


Edited by ivaneurope on 29-07-2022 07:43
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Team history

Vivacom - DataMap (2016)
[CT] 24th

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Team [20 riders]:
Xhuliano Kamberaj [Loan] Maxime Le Montagner
Marildo Yzeiraj Jonathon Thire
Georgi Petrov Georgiev Andrey Zeits
Nako Georgiev Aleksei Saramotins
Nikolay Mihaylov Clive Ebejer
Stanislav Zaraliev Goran Cerovic
Jan Stöhr Daan Rijntjes
Mikel Nieve Michal Podlaski
José Joaquin Rojas Gil Oleg Berdos
Sylvain Chavanel Marius Petrache


Individual classification:
Spoiler
65 Mikel Nieve109
195 Xhuliano Kamberaj27
236 Andrey Zeits16
249 Marildo Yzeiraj12
275 Jan Stöhr8
293 Oleg Berdos5
294 Marius Petrache5
297 Michal Podlaski5
299 Jonathon Thire5
305 Nikolay Mihaylov4
320 Stanislav Zaraliev3
322 Clive Ebejer3
335 José Joaquin Rojas Gil2
353 Georgi Petrov Georgiev1
NC Aleksei Saramotins0
NC Daan Rijntjes0
NC Goran Cerovic0
NC Maxime Le Montagner0
NC Nako Georgiev0
NC Sylvain Chavanel0



VMP - Argon 18 (2017)
2017
[CT] 24th

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Team [20 riders]:
Xhuliano Kamberaj [Loan] Ivan García Cortina [Loan]
Marildo Yzeiraj Mikel Nieve
Thomas Degand Maxime Le Montagner
Nako Georgiev Jonathon Thire
Nikolay Mihaylov Clive Ebejer
Georgi Petrov Georgiev Daan Rijntjes
Petar Panayotov Oleg Berdos
Stanislav Zaraliev Marius Petrache
Jan Stöhr Maxim Belkov
Jakob Fuglsang Grega Bole


Individual classification:
Spoiler
55 Petar Panayotov114
147 Stanislav Zaraliev38
186 Marildo Yzeiraj22
201 Maxim Belkov19
219 Nikolay Mihaylov15
222 Grega Bole14
241 Marius Petrache12
263 Jan Stöhr8
289 Thomas Degand6
299 Maxime Le Montagner5
306 Clive Ebejer4
311 Oleg Berdos4
316 Xhuliano Kamberaj4
334 Jakob Fuglsang2
351 Georgi Petrov Georgiev1
NC Daan Rijntjes0
NC Ivan García Cortina0
NC Jonathon Thire0
NC Mikel Nieve0
NC Nako Georgiev0



Adastra - Argon 18 (2018)
2018
[CT] 11th

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Team [22 riders]:
Marildo Yzeiraj Michal Kukrle [Loan]
Thomas Degand Michal Schlegel [Loan]
Timothy Dupont [Free rider] John Kronborg Ebsen
Michael Vanderaerden [Free rider] Romain Bardet
Stefan Hristov Hideto Nakane
Nikolay Mihaylov Dion Beukeboom
Petar Panayotov Krzysztof Marchewka
Valentin Stoenchev Maxim Belkov
Stanislav Zaraliev Grega Bole
Zachary Hughes Jonas Bjelkmark
Charles Matte Dmitri Grabovski


Individual classification:
Spoiler
15 Petar Panayotov357
59 Michael Vanderaerden135
62 Romain Bardet132
90 Dmitri Grabovski78
109 Michal Schlegel60
136 Hideto Nakane44
162 Thomas Degand34
168 Krzysztof Marchewka31
180 Valentin Stoenchev29
193 Jonas Bjelkmark25
204 Stanislav Zaraliev22
227 Dion Beukeboom17
238 Marildo Yzeiraj16
239 Charles Matte15
253 Timothy Dupont13
260 Stefan Hristov13
274 Maxim Belkov10
282 Zachary Hughes9
292 Nikolay Mihaylov9
301 Michal Kukrle8
351 Grega Bole3
356 John Kronborg Ebsen2


Adastra - Hell Energy Cycling (2019)
2018
[CT] 8th (promoted)

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Team [21 riders]:
Xhuliano Kamberaj Enrico Battaglin
Riccardo Zoidl Riccardo Ricco
Petar Panayotov Hideto Nakane
Valentin Stoenchev Ramunas Navardauskas
Alexander Cowan Max Losch
Charles Matte Tom Thill [Free rider]
Michal Kukrle [Loan] Ole Haavardsholm [Free rider]
Adam Toupalik [Loan] Krzysztof Marchewka
Troels Vinther Tadej Pogacar [Loan]
Meron Amanuel Hersony Canelon
Viktor Filutas [Loan]


Individual classification:
Spoiler
16 Hersony Canelon336
42 Riccardo Zoidl181
50 Ramunas Navardauskas145
52 Petar Panayotov144
91 Michal Kukrle80
101 Enrico Battaglin73
102 Tadej Pogacar70
116 Tom Thill58
151 Adam Toupalik39
152 Ole Haavardsholm38
159 Xhuliano Kamberaj38
168 Krzysztof Marchewka34
200 Riccardo Ricco24
219 Hideto Nakane20
235 Max Losch15
249 Valentin Stoenchev13
254 Meron Amanuel12
275 Zachary Hughes8
281 Alexander Cowan7
NC Troels Vinther0
NC Viktor Filutas0


Adastra N Hell Energy Cycling (2020)
2020
[CT] 25th (relagated)

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Team [23 riders]:
Damion Drapac Lennard Kämna [Loan]
Georg Preidler Andreas Stauff
Markus Wildauer [Stagiare] Bjorn Thurau
Martin Grashev Ramunas Navardauskas
Petar Panayotov Jempy Drucker
Momchil Robov Tom Thill
Valentin Stoenchev Lorents Ola Aasvold
Sergio Higuita [Loan] Alexander Kristoff
Leopold Konig Krzysztof Marchewka
Jakub Otruba [Loan] Martin Lavric [Stagiare]
Sebastian Lander Hersony Canelon
Remy Rochas [Loan]


Individual classification:
Spoiler
66 Leopold Konig348
75 Alexander Kristoff315
80 Georg Preidler304
184 Bjorn Thurau85
188 Lorents Ola Aasvold81
206 Ramunas Navardauskas67
207 Hersony Canelon66
211 Petar Panayotov64
222 Momchil Robov59
243 Sebastian Lander51
280 Damion Drapac39
329 Tom Thill27
338 Lennard Kämna25
377 Martin Grashev18
392 Sergio Higuita16
399 Jempy Drucker14
452 Andreas Stauff8
459 Remy Rochas7
477 Valentin Stoenchev5
532 Jakub Otruba1
NC Martin Lavric0
NC Markus Wildauer0

Edited by ivaneurope on 28-08-2021 16:28
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Sponsorship


Main Sponsors:
Hyundai Motor Europe GmbH
BWT AG

Minor Sponsors and techical partners:
Nürburgring Circuit
TeamViewer AG
DataMap Europe

Other suppliers:
Scott Sports (bikes)
DTSwiss (wheels)
Rotor (groupset)
Alé (kit manufacturer)
Kappa (apparel)
Northwave (bicycle shoes)
Uvex (helmets and glasses)

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Team roster

OVLFLMOHITTSTRSRCCOSPACFIDHPL
G. Szarka*68,8870626660716865607171646565
C. Richardson73,3471616763686864786061756663
A. Stokbro*71,1771626866717064716770686666
L. Visser*70,3369636968707167657070746867
B. Kozhatayev75,4174777472717571705269627472
F. Ludvigsson73,6767637669747069536776786869
T. Jacobsen72,7970737372717071575967736373
M. Kochetkov71,3272646076726969527178746058
R. Barbier74,8175506756727176687779656460
T. Thill71,9574667374707370616266776874
M. Losch74,8073526562726875717879786366
A. Sakalou74,6166767565637272546072776265
M. Robov74,5371727666727370506971766666
V. Stoenchev73,2974676876737372586362636176
J. Philipsen*72,7170576767706875707676636167
K. P. Lauk*68,2472656266676962667070666466
W. Barta74,3569767273717470547267655675
S. Kiskonen71,8071596868767468697374687267
M. Valgren Andersen71,9270556477737467545165666277
K. Marchewka72,8265646077737574505264626577
M. Vink72,6671677569747168606468747469
D. Lilovski73,8268677766707073546573697170

Edited by ivaneurope on 22-09-2021 13:17
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Calendar & Goals

Race Calendar
RaceLevelDate
Gisborne GPC2HC9 January
Vuelta al TachiraC222-31 January
Hong Kong ChallengeC127-29 January
Gent - WevelgemC2HC6 February
Volta a CatalunyaC2HC15-20 February
Tour of UkraineHC22-24 February
Tour of SouthlandC124-28 February
Geraardsbergen-BosbergC2HC1 March
Jelajah SKLC12-5 March
Baddaling InternationalC26 March
Coppa PlacciC220 March
USA Pro Cycling ChallengeC21-7 April
GP IzolaC2HC12 April
Lincoln GPC2HC25 April
USA Pro Cycling ChallengeC2HC27-30 April
Tour de RomandieC12-7 May
Tour du FasoC2HC13-15 May
Olympia's TourC123-28 May
Tour of VancouverC2HC3-9 June
Ras TailteannC212-14 June
Tour of South AfricaC118-23 June
Giro del TrentinoC221-23 June
Monterrey TTTC2HC26 June
Uppsala ClassicC2HC1 July
Celtic ChronoC19-10 July
Tour of the Middle EastC2HC4-7 July
Tour d'AndorraC125-29 July
Sakartvelo TrophyC22 August
Tour de LangkawiC2HC8-14 August
Post Danmark RundtC2HC9-13 August
Euskal BizikletaC214-17 September
Lillestrom GPC2HC24 September
GP LuganoC2HC28 September
Vilnius GPC13 October
Herald Sun TourC2HC6-10 October
Course de SolidarnoscC2HC6-9 October
Bayern RundfahrtC112-15 October
Zuri MetzgeteC2HC18 October


Team Goals Achieved?

Monterrey TTTWinYes
Volta a CatalunyaTop 5Yes
Tour of VancouverTop 5Yes
Giro del TrentinoWinNo
Team StandingsWinVery Unlikely

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Fabianski
Wish you all the best with your new sponsor! Will be interesting to see what you did during renewals - if rebrand means hard reset this time, or if you'll still continue with some of your old riders (I guess I'm allowed to say "old" Pfft).
 
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Wish you all the best with your new sponsor! Will be interesting to see what you did during renewals - if rebrand means hard reset this time, or if you'll still continue with some of your old riders (I guess I'm allowed to say "old" Pfft).

We shall see Wink

The goal is to get back in the upper echelon, so the ambition to make improvements are there Smile
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First racing days revealed
The MGUCI has finally published the full calendar for the 2021 season. The profiles of Grand Tour races along with the Tour of America and the races within the PTHC and HC categories were revealed in separate presentation (also, the remainder of the PT calendar was known already), but now all races in all categories have been revealed and also the dates are now known. In this new re-shuffling of the calendar it was perhaps shocking to see 17 (!) races being axed and only two new one-day races were added.

For the teams in the CT division they already have 58 guaranteed race days and unlike the PCT and PT team who have to choose between different bands of races (HC and PTHC for PCT and PTHC for PT), the C2HC is a single calendar for all teams (i.e. there're no bands for it which has been this wasy since 2017). Thus, the CT teams know their guaranteed races before the PCT division.

Thus, BWT Hyundai N Cycling has learned their initial race calendar (subject to additions of races from othe categories) for the 2021 season. The first stop will be a long travel to New Zealand for the Gisborne GP in early January. A month later it's the cobbled classic in Belgium - the Gent - Wevelgem, followed by the Volta a Catalunya (which was formerly in the C1 calendar) in mid-February. In early march the CT peloton will return to Belgium for the Geraardsbergen-Bosberg with the next set of C2HC events being in late April with the Lincoln GP in the UK and the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Only Tour du Faso is scheduled from the C2HC in May.

In June the peoloton will move to Canada for the Tour of Vancouver with the C2HC calendar stying in North America, but this time in Mexico for the Monterrey TTT. Early July will be packed with C2HC races with the all-new Uppsala Classic, followed up by a 4-day trip to the Persian Gulf and the Tour of the Middle East. Tour de Langkawi, one of the C2HC's regulars, will return once again - this time with an August dates. Lillestrom GP is the only C2HC even scheduled for September, while October will be again with the familiar races - the simultaneously held Herald Sun Tour and Course de Solidarnosc, while the season will traditionally end with the Zuri Metzgete.

When asked on what approach the team will take given the plethora of races and profile, CEO ivaneurope replied with..."Just wait and see"

Update: GP Izola, also part of the C2HC calendar will be held on 12 April

Edited by ivaneurope on 28-08-2021 07:42
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2021 renewals report
The 2021 MGUCI season is right around the corner and the teams have already made their choices on who should keep in their 2021 rosters. The BWT Hyundai N Cycling team made their decisions in the renewals - let's see how the team fared:

23 riders have represented the team last season. 4 of them were loaned in riders (Jakub Otruba, Remy Rochas, Lennard Kämna and Sergio Huguita). Adding the return of Max Losch (loaned out to Aker-MOT to be maxxed out) the team now had 20 riders with a total payroll of 2.16M. Considering the lower payroll budget for teams in the CT division as well as the average age of the roster before the process of 31.1, it was expected that the team would make significant cuts to their roster:

RiderOld wageNew wageDiff.
Sebastian Lander150k130k20k
Momchil Robov50k80k-30k
Max Losch50k80k-30k
Ramunas Navardauskas80k65k15k
Tom Thill50k50k0k
Valentin Stoenchev50k50k0k
Krzysztof Marchewka50k50k0k


As seen by the table, the team only retained 7 riders out of their 20-team roster before the renewals. Robov and Losch got pay raises of 30k, Lander and Navardauskas took pay cuts of 20k and 15k respectively. This means that across these 7 riders the payroll has increased by 25k. But the most important thing is that the team cut 13 riders. One of the riders who got cut was Georg Preidler - the team asked him to take a huge pay cut (considering his season didn't reflect the 600k wage), but after the team's initial offer got rejected, both sides took to the conclusion that an agreement would be very difficult and mutually parted ways, making the Austrian a free agent. Leopold Konig and Alexander Kristoff were two other significant releases, along with Petar Panayotov. Pana took a substatial pay cut las time, but the team decided to move on and released their last vestages of the 2017 VMP - Argon 18 roster. Now, the longest standing riders in the roster are Marchewka and Stoenchev, who both joined in 2018. The two TT specialists are also the only riders on the team to have an overall win in a race (that being the inaugural Vilnius GP in 2018) as Herson Canelon (GC winner of the 2019 Course de Solidarnosc) was also released. Other releasese include Martin Grashev, Jempy Drucker, Andreas Stauff, Damion Drapac, Lorents Ola Aasvold, Bjorn Thurau, Martin Lavric and Markus Wildauer.

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Luis Leon Sanchez
A tough renewals but kept a core to support your push for promotion back into the PCT.
 
the_hoyle
A difficult renewals for you and a big rebuild is needed in transfers.
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Rider availability
With the renewals now in history, the BWT Hyundai N Cycling team is gearing up for the transfer season and the race selection in the C1/C2 race categories. As far as transfer season goes, CEO ivaneurope could be looking to move some of the riders he renewed to either fill holes in key areas, or get an upgrade. Here's the availability chart for the 7 BWT Hyundai N Cycling riders:

RiderKey statsAvailability
Sebastian Lander79 SP, 77 ACC, 77 FL, 73 COB3/5
Momchil Robov76 HL, 72 MO, 76 FTR, 71 ACC1/5
Max Losch78 SP, 79 ACC, 73 FL, 71 COB2/5
Ramunas Navardauskas76 PL, 75 TT, 74 HL, 74 SP3/5
Tom Thill77 FTR, 74 TT, 74 FL, 73 HL3/5
Valentin Stoenchev76 TT, 76 PL, 74 FL1/5
Krzysztof Marchewka77 TT, 77 PL, 75 RES4/5

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Fabianski
Looks like you want to shrink your already small roster even more Wink
The nationalities aren't perfect for me, so not sure we'll talk - but who knows? Definitely some interesting riders "pretty available" Wink
 
baseballlover312
Always loved Lander (and tried to get him multiple times throughout the years), though I'm not sure if he fits perfectly in my team plans right now. We'll have to see. Wink
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Transfer News
We're pleased to announce the signing of American rider William Barta as a free agent. The former Azteca-NBCSN rider, who last year was spent on loan at Festina - OAKA as a part of maxxing out deal, Barta found himself without a ride after his original team disbanded at the end of the 2020 season. BWT Hyundai N Cycling have managed to sign him to € 100,000.

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knockout
Strong signing! He's on a great wage - especially for someone that is still u25 eligible
 
Fabianski
Yeah, really well done! Pretty much nothing he can't do, which is especially valuable on a rather small CT roster!
 
DarkWolf
That's a very nice addition to your team.
 
ivaneurope
Transfer News
The BWT Hyundai N Cycling team announced their second signing in the transfer season - after being left without a ride for the season following Air France - KLM's demise, Michael Valgren Andersen joins the team. The Danish time-trail specialist's contract is for € 60,000.

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Transfer News
Unfortunately we had to say goodbye to Ramunas Navardauskas - the Lithuanian TT champion will join the Baltic-centric PT team Evonik - ELKO. As part of the deal we'll get the Belarusian climber Andrei Sakalou, becomming the first rider from Belarus to ride for the team.

We've also made a loan deal with Zwift Pro Cycling to take Louis Visser from South Africa on loan for the season. As part of the agreement (which includes 1->3 level up) our team will cover half of his 50k wage for the duration of the loan.

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