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“For me, Cannondale-Garmin is the perfect learning environment. They have a wealth of experience between riders and staff and working with them, I will hopefully make big steps forward over the coming seasons.”

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PATRICK BEVIN

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RYAN MULLEN

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20.08.2015 @ 07:00 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling today announced that Patrick Bevin and Ryan Mullen will join the team in 2016.

 

Bevin burst on to the radar of many cycling fans when he dominated the second half of the 2014 National Road Series (NRS). The 24-year-old New Zealander has enjoyed major success in the 2015 NRS, including victories in the Oceania and Asia Tours. At the Tour of Korea, he nabbed seven podiums, including five second-place finishes and a stage win, and took second overall.

 

Jonathan Vaughters, CEO Slipstream Sports and Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling, said: “In Asia and Australia, Patrick has shown great diversity in skills from bunch sprints to climbing. He is a rider who seems to have it all and he’ll be a great addition to the team.”

 

Bevin is looking forward to the opportunity to continue his progression as a rider at the top level of the sport: “I am delighted to be joining Cannondale-Garmin for the next two years,” he said. “To race at the World Tour level is a big opportunity for me and I hope to play an important role in many team performances and victories over the coming seasons.”

 

Hailed as one of the top young time trialists in the world, Mullen made history in 2014 when he became the youngest rider ever to win Ireland’s elite national road and TT championships. Last September, at just 20 years old, he took second at the U23 men’s TT worlds, narrowly missing the title by less than half a second.

 

“Ryan is one of the best, if not the best, up and coming TT talents in the world,” said Vaughters. “It will be exciting to see how he progresses as a rider.”

 

Mullen added: “For me, Cannondale-Garmin is the perfect learning environment. They have a wealth of experience between riders and staff and working with them, I will hopefully make big steps forward over the coming seasons.”

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