Drapac Professional Cycling heads to the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey and Tour of the Gila for the month of April. Both rosters feature a dynamic, diverse Drapac squad of general classification riders, climbers and sprinters.
Drapac Professional Cycling has raced previously at the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, debuting last year at the event. Drapac will make its first appearance at Tour of the Gila, kicking off the long awaited US racing season for the Australian team.
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51st Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey
Date: 2015-04-26 - 2015-05-03
UCI Race class: 2.HC
Stage 1 - Alanya › Alanya (127k)
Stage 2 - Alanya › Antalya (182k)
Stage 3 - Kemer › Elmali (163k)
Stage 4 - Fethiye › Marmaris (132k)
Stage 5 - Mugla › Pamukkale (160k)
Stage 6 - Denizli › Selçuk (184k)
Stage 7 - Selçuk › Izmir (165k)
Stage 8 - Istanbul › Istanbul (121k)
Sports Director: Agostino Giromondo
"We have a solid sprint team of Malcom Rudolph, Graeme Brown and Brenton Jones at this event and look forward to competing in this quality field, along with strong GC riders Samuel Spokes and Timothy Roe, who are both in good form. Our roster is strengthened with Peter Koning and Bernie Sulzberger, who are dynamic in racing style. Adam Phelan comes to Turkey with an eye on the KOM jersey." Agostino Giromondo said.
Tour of the Gila
Date: 2015-04-29 - 2015-05-03
UCI Race class: 2.2
Stage 1: Silver City to Mogollon Road Race (148km)
Stage 2: Inner Loop Road Race (122km)
Stage 3: Dan Potts Memorial Tyrone Time Trial (26km)
Stage 4: Downtown Silver City Criterium (69km)
Stage 5: Gila Monster Road Race (160km)Roster:
Sports Director: Tom Southam
"At Gila, the team will very much be looking to get our US campaign underway. This period marks a few really important objectives for the team in 2015. That being said the guys will not have too much time to adapt to the altitude so we won’t be putting too much pressure on at the start of the race, however, we will have eyes on a stage win in the latter half of the race." Tom Southam said.