'We must strengthen and think about the future': Team Ineos wary of other teams in cycling arms race

The British squad have made some big name signings for 2020 as other teams reiforce to take them on in the Grand Tours

(Image credit: Yuzuru SUNADA)

With teams like Jumbo-Visma improving drastically, Team Ineos say that they have to keep up in cycling's arms race or risk falling behind as new generations come through.

Team Ineos won the Tour de France with 22 year-old Egan Bernal this summer and announced for 2020 other new talents like Richard Carapaz, the Giro d'Italia winner, will join. They add to a roster that already includes Chris Froome, Geraint Thomas, Tao Geoghegan Hart and Pavel Sivakov.

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