Tinkoff - Saxo

Tinkoff - Saxo
  • Founded : 2001
  • Colors : Red/White

 

Bikes

    • Cervelo

 

Group

    • Shimano

 

Tires

    • Vittoria

 

Business

    • Internet and technology services

 

In (signed)

    • Matthew Goss (AUS, South Australia), Anders Lund (DEN, GLS), Chris Anker Sørensen (DEN, Designa), Juan José Haedo (ARG, Toyota), Luis Pérez Rodriguez (ESP, Cofidis), Alexandr Kolobnev (RUS, Rabobank)

 

Out (signed)

    • Ivan Basso (ITA, Discovery), Jakob Piil (DEN, T-Mobile), Brian Vandborg (DEN, Discovery), Giovanni Lombardi (ITA, Retired), Peter Luttenberger (AUT. -), Christian Müller (GER, Skil-Shimano), Andrea Peron (ITA, Retired)

 

Biography

    • Danish team owned and managed by former Tour de France winner Bjarne Riis. The main sponsor since the 2001 season and sole name sponsor since 2003, Computer Sciences Corporation is an IT company located in California. Founded for the 1998 season under the name of Team home - Jack & Jones, the team started in cycling's second best division but since 2000 it has taken part in cycling's top division now the UCI ProTour.

Tinkoff - Saxo on Eurosport

Froome draws first blood in Tour countdown

Froome draws first blood in Tour countdown - 24/02/2014 - Cycling

Felix Lowe rounds up a busy week of early-season activity for Tour de France hopefuls.

Froome seals Tour of Oman title

Froome seals Tour of Oman title - 24/02/2014 - Cycling

Andre Greipel (Lotto-Belisol) won the final stage of the Tour of Oman as Chris Froome claimed the GC title.

Cavendish wins final stage as Kwiatkowski claims Algarve title

Cavendish wins final stage as Kwiatkowski claims Algarve title - 23/02/2014 - Cycling

Mark Cavendish claimed his first stage win of the 2014 season at the conclusion of the Tour of Algarve.

Greipel claims stage as Evans retains lead Down Under

Greipel claims stage as Evans retains lead Down Under - 24/01/2014 - Cycling

Andre Greipel muscled his way to victory on stage four of the Tour Down Under as Cadel Evans held onto his overall lead.

Evans assumes GC lead after stage three win

Evans assumes GC lead after stage three win - 23/01/2014 - Cycling

Cadel Evans (BMC) claimed the overall lead in the Tour Down Under after soloing to victory on stage three.

Ulissi claims stage two in Adelaide

Ulissi claims stage two in Adelaide - 23/01/2014 - Cycling

Diego Ulissi won stage two of the Tour Down Under while Simon Gerrans increased his overall lead at the opening World Tour race of the year.

Lampre lifeline for Horner as twit Tinkov dreams big

Lampre lifeline for Horner as twit Tinkov dreams big - 17/01/2014 - Cycling

Vuelta winner Chris Horner appears to have finally lucked out with Lampre, while Tinkoff-Saxo's owner hatches a plot to snare the best.

Team Europcar granted UCI World Tour status for 2014

Team Europcar granted UCI World Tour status for 2014 - 11/12/2013 - Cycling

Team Europcar were named among the 18 World Tour teams confirmed for 2014.

Di Luca joins Armstrong in playing the victim card

Di Luca joins Armstrong in playing the victim card - 06/12/2013 - Cycling

This week's sideways glance at the news includes a life-time ban for Danilo Di Luca, the return of Oleg Tinkov and a new team for Juan Jose Cobo...

 
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