Mark Cavendish’s arrangements for the 2016 Olympic Video games proceed with a monitor look – his first for Size Knowledge – in Manchester on January 2
Mark Cavendish will make his first day trip for brand spanking new group Size Knowledge at spherical 5 of the 2015/16 Revolution Monitor Collection in Manchester on January 2.
The 30-year-old Manxman can be stepping up his monitor paintings with simply 8 months to head till the beginning of the 2016 Olympic Video games in Rio de Janeiro. Cavendish is hoping to be decided on to experience for Nice Britain within the multi-discipline omnium tournament on the Video games.
Cavendish joins various different main riders in Manchester, together with Sky’s Peter Kennaugh and Elia Viviani, Workforce Wiggins’ Owain Doull and Jon Dibben, and Group Pedalsure’s Andy Tennant and Iljo Keisse.
Nice Britain workforce pursuiters Laura Trott and Katie Archibald may also be driving the development, as they too get started the yr with their attractions firmly aimed on the Rio Video games.
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Cavendish certified to experience the UCI Monitor Global Cup on the finish of August, after striking 3rd within the omnium on the Dudenhofen Grand Prix in Germany. He’s going to journey for GB on the 3rd and ultimate spherical of the Monitor Global Cup in Hong Kong over January 16-17. With 2012 omnium bronze medallist Ed Clancy recently getting better from again surgical operation, Cavendish’s probabilities of variety for Rio have higher.
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Sir Bradley Wiggins partnered Cavendish on the opening spherical of the Revolution Collection in Derby, the place the duo rode the Madison.
A part of Cavendish’s care for new squad Size Knowledge used to be that he can be loose to pursue his goal of driving at the monitor for GB on the Rio Olympics.
It used to be showed previous this week that Cavendish will make his street debut with Size Knowledge on the Cadel Evans Nice Ocean Street Race in Australia on January 31.
Supply : Cyclingweekly