UCI Pro Continental
Cervélo may be the new kids on the block but they have invested in some seriously experienced bike riders to kick-start their first campaign in the peloton. It looks to be paying off already.
Wins in February may not count for much come the end of the season, but knowing Heinrich Haussler and Thor Hushovd will finish off the work put in setting them up for the sprints is a great morale booster for a new outfit.
Carlos Sastre is the ace up the Cervélo sleeve for July in France and it will be a surprise if he is not on the podium again this year.
With four Englishman in the team ? Dan Fleeman, Dan Lloyd, Roger Hammond and Jeremy Hunt ? there is plenty for a Brit to cheer with Cervélo.
Íñigo Cuesta López
Jose Angel Gomez Marchante
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