• Rome: Cadel Evans Races to Tirreno-Adriatico Stage Race, Cancellara Grabs Time Trial

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    Posted about 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    When in Rome…Oakley Cycling dominates. O’s Aussie Star Cadel Evans emerged with the victory in the ancient city’s Tirreno-Adriatico Stage race on March 15 – after grabbing the overall race lead the previous Sunday. All while fellow Oakley’s World and Olympic Time Trial Champion Cyclist Fabian Cancellara sped his way into a San Benedetto del Tronto Time Trial triumph. “First stage race of the year is done and a good start to 2011 if I say so myself,” Cadel said, rockin’ his Radar (and new Fast Jacket™ performance eyewear off the course).

  • 2010 Tour de France Stage 9 Recap: Schleck Takes Yellow

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    Posted almost 4 years ago by Kiko Garcia

    Andy Schleck (OAKLEY) of Luxembourg captured the overall lead at the Tour de France at the end of a mountainous ninth stage won by French rider Sandy Casar on Tuesday.

  • 2010 Tour de France Stage 8 Recap:

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    Posted almost 4 years ago by Kiko Garcia

    Luxembourg’s Andy Schleck (OAKLEY) said he is happy to wait for his chance to take the Tour de France yellow jersey – as long as he has it on his shoulders in Paris. Schleck claimed victory on the first real mountain stage of this year’s race on Sunday after jumping out of a group of favorites in the final kilometer of the 14km climb to Avoriaz, beating Spaniard Samuel Sanchez at the line.

Cadel Evans

Cadel
Date of Birth:
February 14, 1977
Hometown:
Katherine, Australia
Sponsors:
Oakley, BMC, Diadora, Ernst and Young, Paradice, Swiss, Signature Sport, Mapei Sport, Winners Sports Nutrition.

Career Highlights

    • Former champion mountain biker, turned road cyclist in 2001
    • Two-time Tour de Romandie winner (2006, 2011)
    • Two-time Tour de France runner-up (2007, 2008)
    • Three-time Olympian (1996, 2000, 2008)
    • 2012: 1st, Stage 1, Critérium du Dauphiné
    • 2012: 1st Overall, Critérium International
    • 2011: Tour de France Champion
    • 2011: 1st overall, Tour de Romandie
    • 2011: Tirreno–Adriatico, 1st Overall
    • 2011: 2nd overall, Critérium du Dauphiné
    • 2010: 1st, Stage 7, Giro d'Italia, 2010
    • 2010: 1st La Flèche Wallonne
    • 2009: World Road Race World Champion
    • 2009: 2nd Overall Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
    • 2009: 5th, La Flèche Wallonne
    • 2008: 2nd, La Flèche Wallonne
    • 2007: UCI ProTour Champion
    • 2004: 1st, Overall, Tour of Austria