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BMC Racing Team Welcomes Simon Gerrans in 2018

21. September 2017, Santa Rosa, California (USA) — Road Team

(c) TDWSport.com

Four-time Santos Tour Down Under winner Simon Gerrans, 37, will join BMC Racing Team in 2018, General Manager Jim Ochowicz today announced.

Gerrans, whose illustrious palmarès includes victory at Milano – San Remo, Liège-Bastogne- Liège and stage wins at all three Grand Tours, is the third addition to BMC Racing Team’s roster for the coming season.

Ochowicz said it was an easy decision to welcome a rider of Gerrans’ calibre to BMC Racing Team’s ranks.

“There are not many riders out there with a palmarès and wealth of knowledge like Simon Gerrans, so we are very excited to see Simon join us in 2018. Simon’s experience in all aspects of the sport and his diverse skill set in multiple race situations will make him a tremendous asset to the team. We expect Simon to play a big role in BMC Racing Team’s performance from the beginning of the season until the end,” Ochowicz explained.

“As a team, we have multiple goals throughout the season and Simon will, in particular, be a high-level support rider for Richie Porte and Greg Van Avermaet, as well as a rider who can make the most of any opportunity that comes his way. We are looking forward to seeing what Simon can do when he puts on the BMC Racing Team jersey next year.”

Gerrans is excited to start the next chapter in his career with BMC Racing Team.

“BMC Racing Team is a team that I have always admired, not only in their results, but also the professionalism of the organization. Obviously, there has always been a strong affiliation with Australians in the team starting with Cadel Evans, and then more recently with Richie Porte, Rohan Dennis and Miles Scotson,” Gerrans said.

“I’m really excited about the position I have been offered in the team. I always saw myself spending the last period of my career in more of a road captain role and passing on my experiences. I’m looking forward to contributing to the team as both a support rider and leader when called upon.

“It’s probably a bit early to start announcing specific goals but I hope to get my season started in Australia. There is obviously a Santos Tour Down Under crown to defend with Richie Porte, it is a race I’ve always enjoyed and done well at”

In keeping with BMC Racing Team policy, no other details of the contract were released.

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