Bewley stays with Mitchelton-Scott for two more years

Mitchelton-Scott's Cameron Meyer, Sam Bewley and Jack Haig on stage 3 of the 2018 Tour of Utah

Sam Bewley has signed with Mitchelton-Scott for another two years, staying with the team through 2020. The New Zealand domestique has been with the Australian WorldTour team since it was established in 2012. “I’ve been a part of this team since the beginning when we were a team just trying to find our feet all the way through to monument victories and Grand Tour podiums,” the 31-year-old said when the team confirmed his contract extension. “The way this team operates and has progressed together as group is something that is close to my heart.” Mitchelton-Scott currently has 22 riders signed for the coming year and will again target the Grand Tours with Simon and Adam Yates and Esteban Chaves, while European champion Matteo Trentin leads the Classics squad. Newcomers including Brent Bookwalter and Tsgabu Grmay, young Italian sprinter Edoardo Affini, Rob Stannard and Callum Scotson from the Mitchelton-Bike Exchange development ...

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