Yates, with the question of Return or Tour, Santesteban renews

The British Simon Yates (BikeExchange) is waiting to know the route of the Vuelta a España, which will be revealed on December 16 with the possibility of including two Grand Tours in its 2021 calendar.

The winner of the 2018 Vuelta and third in the 2021 Giro is one of the riders who are considering doubling in the big in the next season, and in his case his participation in the pink race seems fixed.

The 29-year-old cyclist from Bury will be the BikeExchange’s trump card at the Giro and will likely accept the record of also riding the Tour de France, as he did in 2021, although the British prefers to know the route of the Vuelta before closing his calendar.

According to the team director Matthew White in Cyclingnews, “the Giro is a race that he loves and he is also interested in the route of the 105th edition, but he also likes the Tour”, test in which he left this season.

“It is likely that if Simon participates in the Giro we will also see him on the Tour, but there are some things that we still have to discuss. I have not seen the route of the Vuelta a España. and we are in a process of discussion, “he concluded.

Ane Santesteban renews for two years with the BikeExchange

The Spanish Ane Santesteban (Renteria, Gipuzkoa, 30 years old) was “very happy” after the announcement of her renewal for two seasons more with the Australian team of Team BikeExchange.

“I am very happy to stay two more years with the GreenEDGE family. I found a really good group in which everyone can do their best and now I feel at home with the team. I think my season was burns and I improved at the end of the year, so I am looking forward to continuing to develop with the team and see what we can achieve together, “he said.

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The 30-year-old Basque climber, runner-up in Spain on the road, has performed a key job for the BikeExchange, particularly in the races and stages with a mountainous profile, but he also stood out on a personal level in the Tour de l’Ardeche with third place overall.

Brent Copeland, CEO of BiKeExchange, valued the extension of the contract to Santesteban.

“We are very happy to be able to continue working with Ane for the next two seasons. She joined the team last year but adapted immediately to our spirit of training. We have high expectations of her. and we believe her experience and characteristics make her one of the team’s riders who can really help us achieve important results in many races throughout the year, “said Copeland.

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