Cavendish will be racing in France this season with his new bike, but the sprinter said he would not be joining the reigning Tour de France champion’s team.
“I am not sure, I am not yet,” Cavendish told VeloNation.
“I will have to wait for a bit.
A year after the 26-year-old’s surprise decision to join fellow sprinter Vincenzo Nibali’s Cannondale-Garmin team in 2014, Cavenda is confident he will not have to leave home this season.””
It’s too early to say, but I am definitely going to ride with the new bike.”
A year after the 26-year-old’s surprise decision to join fellow sprinter Vincenzo Nibali’s Cannondale-Garmin team in 2014, Cavenda is confident he will not have to leave home this season.
“This is the first year I am on a different bike, and that was a bit of a shock,” Cavenda said.
“The only thing I can say is that I have to train a lot more and I have had to learn a lot.”
It’s very, very nice to be here, it’s very nice for me to have a good season, I have a great team, I will be with them.
“Nibali and Cavendish have already been working on the team’s bike for the first time in training, which Cavenda hopes will make it easier to prepare for his Tour debut next month.”
They have a new bike and it’s just been getting used for training,” Cavendas said.”
When it’s a new bicycle, it will be a bit different.
I will have more time to learn the bike.
I hope it will make the training easier for me.
“The Cavendish-Nibales will have a team of three riders for the Tour de Pologne, a race that will be played out in a mountainous area that includes some of France’s highest peaks.