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Holowesko-Citadel releases 2016 jersey, Tour de San Luis roster

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The 2016 Holowesko-Citadel jersey retains the black theme of 2015's Hincapie Racing Team.

The 2016 Holowesko-Citadel jersey retains the black theme of 2015's Hincapie Racing Team.
(Image credit: Holowesko-Citadel)
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: Travis McCabe of USA warms up ahead of racing for the Kia Motors-Ascot Park Team in the Tour of Southland Prologue

: Travis McCabe of USA warms up ahead of racing for the Kia Motors-Ascot Park Team in the Tour of Southland Prologue
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Robin Carpenter (Hincapie) is the best young rider and also the KOM jersey holder after stage 2

Robin Carpenter (Hincapie) is the best young rider and also the KOM jersey holder after stage 2
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USA Crit points leader, Oscar Clark (United Health Care of Georgia) sits in the field to protect his lead.

USA Crit points leader, Oscar Clark (United Health Care of Georgia) sits in the field to protect his lead.
(Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Robbie Squire (Hincapie Racing) earns the most aggressive jersey for stage 4

Robbie Squire (Hincapie Racing) earns the most aggressive jersey for stage 4

Holowesko-Citadel, formerly Hincapie Racing, has unveiled its 2016 jersey and announced the roster for its inaugural appearance at the upcoming Tour de San Luis.

Newcomer Travis McCabe will make his debut with the team at the Argentinian race, which takes place January 19-25. Oscar Clark, Robin Carpenter, Miguel Byron, Jon Hornbek and Rob Squire will join McCabe on the start line of the 2.1 race that draws a top international field.

“We'll really try for a couple stages but the overall is not something we're targeting,” said team director Thomas Craven. “We'll bring our usual aggressive racing style but also understand this race's timing and how it fits into other goals later in the season.”

Tinkoff-Saxo's Peter Sagan and Rafal Majka are scheduled to start the race, along with Etixx-QuickStep's Tom Boonen and Fernando Gaviria, Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar).