Durbridge extends with Mitchelton-Scott until 2020

Luke Durbridge was the 'most combative' rider on stage 18 at the Tour de France

Luke Durbridge is the latest rider to extend his contract with Mitchelton-Scott after penning a new deal with the Australian squad. Mitchelton-Scott’s men’s team have announced extensions with Sam Bewley, Jack Haig, Damien Howson, and Alex Edmondson in recent weeks. Durbridge has been with the team since their inception in 2012, having been part of owner Gerry Ryan’s previous venture, Jayco-AIS. "I am really excited to re-sign with Mitchelton-Scott. Our team has changed a lot over the years, we started out with a core group of Australians alongside some Europeans and we were more of a one-day race/Classics style team and we had some great success with that formula," said Durbridge. "Now we’re transitioning into a GC team as we saw with the win in the Vuelta and for me I think it really suits my role as a rider, especially in the back end of the season, to support ...

Read on Cycling News


More Like This

No similar articles :(