In a bizarre twist of fate, it’s not only the world’s best cyclists who are struggling to get back into contention for the UCI’s elite cycling title.
The UCI WorldTour is in the midst of a shake-up, and a number of the teams vying for the crown are competing for their own spots in the next season.
The race is now in its 16th year, and the current champion is reigning world champion Fabio Aru, who’s also competing in the Tour de France and is riding for the Katusha team.
He won the inaugural race in 2016.
However, a number the top teams are struggling with are the UCIs top teams.
It seems the teams are suffering from fatigue and have been unable to push the teams as hard as they once did.
Team leaders Sky and BMC, who have been on a meteoric rise in recent seasons, are the top contenders for the 2017 race.
Their team leader is Alberto Contador (Astana), who is riding the Vuelta a Espana and will be riding the WorldTour with Contador in 2018.
However, he’s also looking to take another step forward.
Contador is riding at a high level in his own right.
In his last two years, he has finished in the top five in both the Vu and Vuelta, and is also a strong time trialist.
He has a good overall record and is currently on a winning streak.
But he has had some recent crashes, including a crash at the Vu with Joaquim Rodriguez in April.
Aru, a sprinter, is also riding in a strong team, but is only a few seconds off the top.
He is riding a new bike that has been designed by Garmin, and he is aiming to win in the UCi.
He will ride in the Vu in 2018, but he is only in the peloton for two weeks before the Tour.BMC is currently in the middle of a strong season, and they are the only team to have won the WorldTours top three races.
BMC has won three Tour de l’Avenir titles and is on the brink of winning the Vu.
They will also be racing in the World Tour.
The team leader will ride the Tour, but will be a rider in the breakaway.
Conti is a world champion who has won the Vu, Vuelta and Vuélen.
He was one of the top riders in the last edition of the race, and his win in 2016 was the first of many wins for Conti in the season.
Conti has also been riding very well in recent years, with a number on the podium in the past.
Contador is the reigning world championship winner, and Conti will be the one riding for him next season, but BMC has a few other top riders who could potentially win.
The Tour de San Luis, one of Contador’s two grand tours, is the biggest stage race in the world, so it’s likely Contador will be one of them.
A team with a strong GC, such as Astana or Garmin, could easily be one to beat.
The WorldTour also has a strong presence in the lower divisions, but it is not the case for the top squads.
The UCI has put a lot of emphasis on the races at the lower level, and BMC and Sky are among those teams competing at that level.
In 2016, the teams had a good season.
They won two stages at the Tour and two at the World Championships, and finished second at the Paris-Roubaix and Paris-Nice.
They were second in the classics, which is a great feat.
However the team lost the Vu stage, and was eliminated from the Tour for a month.
This season, the team is coming off a disappointing season, as the season was so bad for them that they finished in sixth place in the general classification.
The Vuelta de San Sebastián, where they were third in 2016, is a big stage race.
Contemporaries could expect a good race in this year’s race, but the teams need to do a better job than they did in 2016 if they are to catch the best teams.
The Tour de Suisse is a very important race for the teams, because it has the potential to be a major stage race and it is one of those races where the best riders from the different teams will compete.
It is also one of these races where a strong performance will go a long way.
A few weeks ago, Contador and Contador teammate Luis León Sanchez finished third and fourth, respectively, in the stage race at the start of the year.
If they can repeat that performance at the Suisse, they could possibly come back and win the race.
A strong team such as BMC, Garmin, or Astana could easily win the stage races at this stage, while a strong breakaway will have a chance to go on a great day.
A strong team like BMC could possibly