By Nick Bull
One Pro Cycling will add Australian sprinter Steele von Hoff and Briton Richard Handley to their 2016 line-up, Cycling Weekly understands.
Von Hoff will make the switch from NFTO, for whom he signed after his contract with WorldTour outfit Garmin-Sharp expired at the end of 2014.
The Australian Circuit Race Champion has enjoyed a successful 2015 season, winning a stage of the Tour Down Under for a composite national team, this year's Rutland-Melton CiCLE Classic ahead of One's sprinter Chris Opie as well the individual glory at the Canary Wharf Tour Series round.
However, the 27-year-old was surprisingly left out of NFTO's line-up for this week's Tour of Britain, although it's not clear whether or not his impending transfer was behind that decision.
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Handley, 25, will become the second rider after Kristian House to switch to One in 2016 from JLT-Condor. He placed 10th in this year's Tour de Yorkshire, and has spent four seasons with John Herety's team.
One have applied to become a UCI ProContinental team next season: if successful, the governing body's rules requires second division teams to have a minimum of 14 riders on their roster.
The team previously confirmed the signings of House and Polish rider Karol Domagalski from Raleigh-GAC on Friday.
NFTO are also believed to have applied for ProConti status, which makes Von Hoff's move all the more surprising.
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