The Israel Start-Up Nation riders all made it safely through another crash-marred day at the Tour de France. Guillaume Boivin was the team’s best finisher in 23rd place. After two hectic stages, the peloton would have welcomed a relatively easy day in the saddle for the expected bunch sprint on
The Israel Start-Up Nation riders showed great morale on stage 2 of the Tour de France with Michael Woods fighting with the best riders on the uphill finish on Mûr-de-Bretagne. After a difficult start to the race, with seven out of eight riders crashing on stage 1, the ISN guys
Israel Start-Up Nation had a challenging start to its second Tour de France with numerous riders caught up in the two big pileups on the last part of the opening stage. The first big crash occurred with just over 40 km left to go, as a spectator went onto the
Sprinting on the Champs-Élysées is something else. It is that last burst of power after 21 days of tough racing in the biggest cycling race in the world. It is that last chance to claim a very important stage victory while millions of people are watching live on television. It
Guillaume Boivin is set to make his first-ever appearance in the Tour de France as one of the eight selected riders for Israel Start-Up Nation this year. “Guillaume has had a strong season and he will be one of the main helpers for our GC riders in this Tour. The
Israel Start-Up Nation is proud to announce that four-time Tour de France winner, Chris Froome, will line up for this year’s Tour in the blue and white colors of ISN. “Chris will be our road captain in this year’s Tour de France. As a four-time winner of the Tour, the
ICA’s next big leap: Irishman Dan Martin is joining Israel Cycling Academy. Dan Martin: “By Joining ICA, our Joint goal is to combine our huge appetite for success and to achieve our potential together.” “I have so much respect for what ICA want to achieve, I just want to be part of it”.