Cycling world pays tribute to BMC Racing Team owner Andy Rihs

Supported by The BMC Racing Team has announced the passing of long-time owner Andy Rihs, who founded the team in 2007 and helped it secure victory in the 2011 Tour de France. The Swiss businessman passed away in the Susenberg clinic in Zurich, Switzerland on Wednesday after what the team said was ‘a patient and valiantly-endured illness.’ … The post Cycling world pays tribute to BMC Racing Team owner Andy Rihs appeared first on CyclingTips .

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