- 2016 - Gazprom-Rusvelo
- 2015 - RusVelo
- 2014 - RusVelo
- 2012 - RusVelo
- 2009 - Team Katusha
- 2008 - TINKOFF CREDIT SYSTEMS (Italy)
- 2008 - Katyusha
- 2008 - Tinkoff Credit System
- 2007 - Tinkoff Credit System
- 2006 - Tinkoff Restaurants
- 2005 - Lokomotiv
- 2004 - Lokomotiv
- 2003 - Lokomotiv
- 2002 - Itera
- 2001 - Itera
By Gregor Brown in Roubaix One of the most powerful up and coming riders, Russian Mikhail Ignatiev,...
Two of the top Canadian track cyclists will take part in the second round of the UCI track world cup...
Tyler Hamilton recently confirmed his comeback to the sport of professional cycling by signing with...
Perhaps you first came to know Filippo Pozzato when he appeared on television screens with his hands...
One of the biggest news items this fall was the emergence of Tinkoff Credit Systems. The formation...
Italian-Russian Tinkoff Credit Systems has concluded its first team camp. The staff and 18 riders,...
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