Sprinter brings experienced lead-out train
The Garmin-Cervélo will head to its first race of the season, the Santos Tour Down Under, with a powerful lead out train to support sprinter Tyler Farrar.
New Zealand's Julian Dean and Australians Brett Lancaster, Jack Bobridge, Matt Wilson, and Cameron and Travis Meyer, will make up the squad for the first race of the 2011 World Tour.
The Australian stage race will be the first test for the new combination to go up against the powerful HTC-Highroad squad backing Mark Cavendish, as well as defending Tour Down Under champion André Greipel and his new Omega Pharma-Lotto team.
"I'm excited to kick off my 2011 season at the Tour Down Under," said Tyler Farrar. "It's a great race and the world's best will be there competing – I'm proud to be a part of it. We'll be bringing a strong team to Australia and we'll be looking at all kinds of opportunities."
Another Australian, Matt White, will be the team's director for the TDU and he is looking forward to a good battle.
"We are proud and excited to bring Tyler, one of the worlds best sprinters, along with a great team, to the Tour Down Under," said White. "As usual, we will look to animate the race and we're confident that with Tyler and the rest of our squad, we'll do just that."
Team Garmin-Cervélo for Tour Down Under:
Jack Bobridge, AUS
Julian Dean, NZ
Tyler Farrar, USA
Brett Lancaster, AUS
Cameron Meyer, AUS
Travis Meyer, AUS
Matt Wilson, AUS.
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