2014 Tour winner Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) infiltrated the day's breakaway on Stage 15, but the Sicilian would not factor in the finale. Photo: Cor Vos
  • Damien Cook

    A man with no moral compass. Disapointing. We should all try and deliberately not use any product that associates with this team.

  • Berne Shaw

    BOTH horrid human rights abuses AND horrid discrimination, abuse, oppression, and denial of rights for women in Bahrain make it NECESSARY to bar them form the UCI license. OMG, this is not in the Olympic charter nor the UCI charter for ethics and it sets a monstrous example for promoting women’s cycling by having this country that abuses and oppresses women as a team.

  • Tim Ashton

    Hi Shane, I don’t understand this team. Is it a brand new team or a merger with the current Lampre-Merida squad? You’ve said some riders are coming over from Lampre-Merida but I had figured with same sponsor, same team manager (Copeland), that it was a kind of merger.

    • Hyun-ji Song

      Well it’s not really merging as the old Lampre team are applying for a Pro-conti licnese. Just some riders and staff are switching boats.

    • Hyun-ji Song

      Well it’s not really merging as the old Lampre team are applying for a Pro-conti licnese. Just some riders and staff are switching boats.

  • Wil

    Hardly a surprise. Obviously Vino wasn’t quite corrupt enough for Nibs…

  • Wil

    Hardly a surprise. Obviously Vino wasn’t quite corrupt enough for Nibs…

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