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"It is not only the first indicator on our state of form, but if we manage to get a bouquet in Mallorca, it gives us a huge boost of confidence to start the season.  Nobody refuses a victory.”

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CHALLENGE MALLORCA

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IAM CYCLING

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JONAS VANGENECHTEN

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LARRY WARBASSE

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MARCEL WYSS

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MARTIN ELMIGER

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OLIVER ZAUGG

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STEF CLEMENT

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STEFAN DENIFL

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VEGARD STAKE LAENGEN

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VICENTE REYNES

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26.01.2016 @ 14:21 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Following a less successful Tour Down Under, IAM will make their European debut from January 28-31 at the Challenge Mallorca.

 

“During our training camp in Mallorca, we took the opportunity to reconnoiter some of the stages, and I can assure you that there will be some surprises,” Eddy Seigneur announced.  “We were training in weather conditions that will be similar to those we will face during the races, and that allowed us to learn what some of the difficulties will be, and so in this case we are certainly well prepared.  Consequently, I hope our goal of winning at least one stage will be within reach.”

 

A rare native Mallorcan pro in the peloton, Vicente Reynes will be keen to race over home roads this week.  “The race borrows from many of my training roads,” Reynes said.  “So of course I know the parcours extremely well, and I am very motived to win a race on my island.  This test is twofold for us racers.  It is not only the first indicator on our state of form, but if we manage to get a bouquet in Mallorca, it gives us a huge boost of confidence to start the season.  Nobody refuses a victory.”

 

Vicente Reynes has done 12 editions of the Mallorca Challenge over the course of his fourteen years as a professional.

 

Line-up

Clément Chevrier (Fr)

Stef Clement (Ned)

Stefan Denifl (Aut)

Martin Elmiger (S)

Pirmin Lang (S)

Vicente Reynes (Esp)

Vegard Steake Laengen (Nor)

Jonas Van Genechten (Bel)

Larry Warbasse (USA)

Marcel Wyss (S)

Oliver Zaugg (S)

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