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"I think this year, we have a really good team at the Down Unde."

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18.01.2016 @ 12:07 Posted by Renaud Breban

Moreno Moser will start his season in Australia at the Tour Down Under. The Italian rider hopes to find his best legs for the new season. The Cannondale Pro Cycling rider told Cyclingnews about his motivation and shape

 

"The motivation is really good, the form, the shape is good as well but it's the first race so I cannot compare to the other guys",  Moser told before stage one. "For sure, compared to my normal shape in this period, I feel good. I think I can do a good Tour Down Under.

 

"I think this year, we have a really good team. I actually didn't know some of the new guys like Wouter Wippert, Michael Woods, Bevin… but they look really, really, strong. They can make this team stronger. Simon Clarke is a really, really good rider. He's incredible for position in the bunch and you can see he is really smart and has a lot of experience. I think we have a really good team for this race. Everyone is in good shape, everyone believes that we can have a really good Tour Down Under so we are all motivated."

 

His first goal for this season is to be at his best at the Tour Down Under and during Tirreno-Adriatico. "If I can do something here some and at Tirreno that would be nice as well so that's my goal. I think I can do it.

 

"I just want to start good at this tour, if I can start good and get some results in this first race than it will be a little more easer. I can stay a little more relaxed and the team can stay a little more relaxed. [I want] to start to win big races again, maybe not a classic but a stage in a big race. I think that's enough, I don't need to win Liège to be a great rider."

 

Moser will be present at the start of the Giro d’Italia. In the early part of the season, he will race the Volta ao Algarve, Strade Bianchi and Tirreno-Adriatico.

 

 

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