Andy Schleck's bike shop finally opens and he'll be working there full time

Andy Schleck - the 2010 Tour de France winner who retired in 2014 - finally opened his bike shop/museum in Itzig on Friday

Andy Schleck

(Image credit: Graham Watson)

Andy Schleck's bike shop opened in on Friday, which he will run with his father-in-law Jeannot Delvaux in a renovated barn in Itzig, just outside Luxembourg City.

Schleck's shop will stock just three bike brands (his former employers Trek, as well as Cervelo and Focus) and three clothing brands (Craft, Bontrager and Castelli), but the shop will also include a small exhibition space with souvenirs from Schleck's career and a cafe.

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