Trek – Marco Polo readies for Asian campaign

The Trek – Marco Polo Cycling Team is getting set to embark on a long Asian Tour after finding...

The Trek – Marco Polo Cycling Team is getting set to embark on a long Asian Tour after finding success in South Africa in the early season. The team's upcoming Asian program starts with the Tour of Thailand (April 4-9) followed by a training camp in Thailand before ending the month at the Jelajah Tour of Malaysia (April 19-26) and Tour of Singkarak in Indonesia (April 30 – May 3).

The vision of the Marco Polo team is to combine western and Asian riders and staff to learn from each other and bring the Asian talents to the highest level of cycling. The team in Asia will be led by Kwanchai Nualchanchy from Thailand and Rob Conijn from the Netherlands.

European riders Eric van der Meent (Netherlands) and James Spragg (Great Britain) will join Xing Yan Dong from China, Genta Nakamura from Japan, Ahmed Haidar Anuawar who makes his debut in the team and Loh Sea Keong from Malaysia

More information about the Trek – Marco Polo Cycling Team: www.marcopolocyclingteam.com

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