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12.09.2014 @ 14:00 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Cannondale will line up in the WorldTour races in Quebec and Montreal with a team with multiple options. Davide Formolo will make use of his climbing skills to excel on the hard course in Montreal while Marco Marcato and Moreno Moser will benefit from their puncheur skills.

 

Cannondale Pro Cycling is ready to attend their last North American races of the season. On Friday, September 12, and on Sunday, September 14, the Green Machine will race the Grand Prix Cyclistes de Québec and de Montréal. Both road races are part of the UCI World Tour schedule and will engage the riders for 199 and 205 kilometers respectively.
 
The roster, selected by team director Stefano Zanatta, includes a strong group of young riders and a number of able and experienced riders. Fresh off the Tour of Alberta, Davide Formolo, Davide Villella and Matej Mohoric will continue their Canadian Tour, while Ted King, Cristiano Salerno, Moreno Moser (who finished second in Montréal in 2012), and Jean-Marc Marino will join the group after their recent experiences at Brussels Classics and GP de Fourmies. Marco Marcato will also be joining the team after a brief rest period. 
 
"These two races are really demanding, and we want to do our best to achieve a good result," said team director Stefano Zanatta. "We can count on a really motivated and on form team. I know our young guns have the right characteristics to stand out, as do the riders with more experience. With several top riders at the start, we can be among the ones that stand out."

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