Your Thursday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

February 9, 2017

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Right-hand man: Roche dedicated to putting Porte into Tour de France yellow; Sexism and abuse in women’s cycling: A dozen pros share their experiences, anonymously; British Cycling review report delayed over legalities; Keagan Girdlestone competes in first race since crash; Meeusen feeling left out by Team, Nys; Bruyneel responds to 60 Minutes report on motor doping; New Energy Tour set to replace World Ports Classic; Speed bumps placed in cycle lane to ‘protect’ cyclists; Cancellara’s final Flanders bike sells for €16,100; 2017 UCI Women’s WorldTour teaser; WeLeaf:The first 4,000 kilometers; When dodgy former Olympic doctors have to find a new gig.

Meeusen feeling left out by Team, Nys

by CyclingTips

Tom Meeusen says he feels like he is on the outside looking in regarding his current Telenet Fidea Lions team, especially with the recent announcement that Corné van Kessel inked a 2-year extension.

“Two weeks ago I talked about it, now I still have to search for a chair in the classroom,” Meeusen he wrote in a Tweet.

Meeusen, whose contract expires at the end of this year, is in the same situation as others on the team. He has had strong results this season, including a second place at the Hoogerheide World Cup last month and a win at the Soudal Classics Waaslandcross.

“I am especially disappointed because there may be others who have signed a new contract, and with me it has not even been discussed,” Meeusen told Het Nieuwsblad.

“I continue to be open to everything. But I also know that the more people that are signing, the less room there will be left.”

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