Egan Bernal signs five-year deal with Ineos Grenadiers

The new contract will keep the Colombian at the team until the end of 2026

Egan Bernal Ineos Grenadiers
(Image credit: INEOS Grenadiers)

Ineos Grenadiers have announced that Egan Bernal has signed a new five-year contract with the team, keeping him there until at least the end of 2026.

The Colombian joined the British-based team in 2018 at 21-years-old, and just a year later he won the Tour de France to become the first Latin American rider to do so, and the youngest winner since 1909, though Tadej Pogačar quickly usurped him a year later.

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