Tools and tricks of the pro mechanics
A close-up look at the Australian's purpose-built ride
Australian's 2015 Tinkoff-Saxo team bike
Winner of the 2015 Tour Down Under
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Nico Mattan will stay on with team DFL / Cyclingnews / Litespeed next season, but he will assume a...
Nico Mattan will stay on with team DFL / Cyclingnews / Litespeed next season, but he will assume a public relations role. He will join Eric Vanderaerden and Rudy Dubois on the management side of the team.
The professional continental team is expected to race under a British license according to sportwereld.be. Some riders names mentioned in connection with the team are Geert Verheyen (now Quick Step-Innergetic), Aart Vierhouten, Mark Lotz and Léon van Bon. The team's program, along with expected sponsorship changes are expected to be presented this month.