He will undoubtedly be one of the faces of this new formation, Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team. The Norwegian Carl Fredrik Hagenwhich was part of the stable Israel-PremierTech, should be one of the leaders of this team in stage races (8th in the Tour of Spain in 2019). Beyond the athlete, the 31-year-old runner is happy to be part of this new adventure. “I’m excited to continue my professional cycling career with Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team. It’s an honor to be part of a brand new team that believes in me and runs with strong values!“, declares the native of Oppegard in remarks reported by his future formation.
Video – Gianluca Brambilla, one of the headliners of Q36.5
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“I’m excited to continue my professional cycling career with Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team. It’s an honor to be a part of a brand new team that believes in me and which races with strong values!”#RacingTheFuture pic.twitter.com/W4epCy8Cbf
— Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team (@Q36_5ProCycling) November 7, 2022
Nibali, Ryder and their squad… the Q36.5 team is complete!
It is this Friday that the contours of the team Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team were unveiled to the press! Reincarnation of Team Qhubeka NextHashwho had gone out of business at the end of the 2021 season, the Swiss team will be led by the South African Douglas Ryder and should progress to ProTeam level (licenses will be awarded by the UCI in December). As recently announced in the Italian press by Vincenzo Nibaliwho will be both a technical advisor and an ambassador for the cycling clothing brand Q36.5the squad will consist of 23 riders, from 13 different nationalities.
And we find well-known names in the list released this Friday, including the Italians Gianluca Brambilla, Matteo Moschetti (Trek-Segafredo) and Filippo Conca (Lotto Soudal), the Swiss Matteo Badilatti (Groupama-FDJ), the New Zealander Jack Bauer (Team BikeExchange-Jayco), the Swedish Tobias Ludvigsson (Groupama-FDJ), the Australian Damien Howson (Team BikeExchange-Jayco), the Norwegian Carl Fredrik Hagen (Israel-Premier Tech), the Belgian Tom Devriendt (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux) or the American Joey Rosskopf (Human Powered Health).
Introducing the Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team and our 23-rider squad!
“We’ll be racing for more than just winning; we’re racing to shape the future in a positive way.” – @dougrydGeneral manager
Link: https://t.co/1qpI5j2lLl#RacingTheFuture pic.twitter.com/2uqVRlU5AH
— Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team (@Q36_5ProCycling) November 4, 2022
The 23 riders of the Q36.5 team for the 2023 season
Negasi Haylu Abreha – ETH
Matteo Badilatti – SUI
Jack Bauer – NZL
Gianluca Brambilla – ITA
Walter Calzoni – ITA
Marcel Camprubi – ESP
Fabio Christen – SUI
Filippo Colombo – SUI
Filippo Conca – ITA
Corey Davis – USA
Tom Devriendt – BEL
Mark Donovan – GBR
Alessandro Fedeli – ITA
Carl Fredrik Hagen – NOR
Damien Howson – AUS
Tobias Ludvigsson – SUE
Cyrus Monk – AUS
Matteo Moschetti – ITA
Nicolo Parisini – ITA
Antonio Puppio – ITA
Joseph Rosskopf – USA
Szymon Sajnok – POL
Nickolas Zukowsky – CAN
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Transfer – Carl Fredrik Hagen: “The Q36.5 team believes in me”
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