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Katusha–Alpecin

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TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN START TRAINING FOR 2019

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New Stuff / Team Katusha Alpecin Training Camp 2019

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TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN CAMPER REVIEW

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Katusha Awarded World Tour Licence - GCN Cycling News Flash

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TDU Team Meetup Ride: KATUSHA ALPECIN // Alex Dowsett // Pushys

Katusha–Alpecin is a Swiss road bicycle racing team which competes using Canyon bikes. The team was created in 2008 by Igor Makarov within the framework of the previously established Russian Global Cycling Project, which was intended to help cycling in Russia to move to a qualitatively new level. In 2017 the team took an international direction, still supported by Igor Makarov’s company ARETI International Group, clothing company Katusha Sports and German shampoo manufacturer Alpecin. The team has competed as a UCI ProTeam/WorldTour team since 2009. Joaquim Rodríguez, Alexander Kristoff, Daniel Moreno, Simon Špilak, Filippo Pozzato, Luca Paolini, Ilnur Zakarin, and Tony Martin are some of the most successful riders who have been riding for Katusha.
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