GP Gippingen (June 13th) – Tour de Suisse (June 15th-23rd)

Mathias Frank : “Always an important time for me”

“I raced last month at the Tour de l’Ain (taking 2nd in the final classification), and I was reassured by how well I felt. I saw that I was on the right path, but of course knowing full well that I still had some work left to do. Following the French event, I was able to prepare myself at home and in particular to do reconnaissance of certain Suisse stages with Stephen Barrett, my coach. The Tour de Suisse promises to be very difficult with beautiful mountain stages, including the finish at Saint Gotthard as well as the stages for the final weekend. Along with the Tour de Romandie, it’s the only time of the year that I can race almost from my house, and it’s always an important event for me.”MATHIAS FRANK



Clément Venturini took the 4th place in the 3rd stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné, between Le Puy-en-Velay and Riom: "I tried to follow the movement of the sprint teams, but I was hanging out in the wind in the final, and I ended up launching my sprint already a length behind,” he explained.


Warbasse heads to the USA Championships

Having won the event in 2017, Larry Warbasse will again line up to race the US National Championships on June 30th in Knoxville, Tennessee.