The 26-year-old Australian moved to he American team midway through the 2014 season from Garmin-Sharp, making an immediate impact by helping them to the World Championships team time trial title.
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“Since Rohan joined us in 2014 he has had some incredible victories, including winning the 2015 Tour de France time trial which saw him wear the yellow jersey,” said general manager Jim Ochowicz.
“It’s a natural decision to keep a rider of this calibre in the team, particularly as he has not yet reached his full potential as a rider. I look forward to seeing him do so with BMC.”
The exact length of the contract extension was not revealed, but the Australian will certainly be there for the 2017 season.