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Gregor Gazvoda completes team’s lineup for 2017

14.11.2016


Adria Mobil Cycling has a complete team for 2017 season. Gregor Gazvoda took the last place on the team, which means team will have ten riders. Gregor is experienced rider from Ptuj and he will bring experiences from biggest races to the team. In 2012 he was a member of a French team AG2R and was also selected for Giro d’Italia.

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35-year old rider from Ptuj was racing for several European and Asian teams. In 2015 he was racing for Japanese team Kinan Cycling, after that he couldn’t find a good place in any of the team and so he took a break from racing. He’s experienced cyclists that feels best when he’s on a time trial bike. He’s multiple national TT champion and also ex member of Slovenian national team. His best result came in 2011 when he won the HC race Tour of Qinghai Lake.


Gregor Gazvoda: “Adria Mobil is outstanding team that has respect in the whole cycling world. It’s a team that every rider would like to race for. I’ll enter new season with fresh energy and motivation. I would like to thank management for their trust in me, I’ll try to give back as much as possible.”


Gregor Gazvoda was racing for teams:
2017 Adria Mobil (CT)
2016 /
2015 Kinan Cycling Team (CT)
2014 Gebrüder Weiss - Oberndorfer (CT)
2013 Champion System Pro Cycling Team (PCT)
2012 AG2R La Mondiale (WT)
2011 Perutnina Ptuj (CT)
2010 Arbö KTM Gebrüder Weiss (CT)
2009 Eqa - Meitan Hompo - Graphite Design
2008 Perutnina Ptuj (CT)
2007 Perutnina Ptuj (CT)
2006 Perutnina Ptuj (CT)
2005 Perutnina Ptuj (CT)
2004 Perutnina Ptuj (CT)

ADRIA MOBIL CYCLING – 2017 TEAM: Radoslav Rogina, Jure Golčer, Gašper Katrašnik, Andrea Borso, Dušan Rajović, Gorazd Per, Žiga Horvat, Žiga Grošelj, Jon Božič and Gregor Gazvoda

Coach Boštjan Mervar about his team for 2017: “We have three experienced riders and seven younger riders. I expect that younger riders will take do most of the work in the new season. They had already proven their quality, but now they have to prove themselves among the elite riders. They will have the full support of older riders and they will get guidance when this will be necessary. I expect a lot from Dušan Rajović – he’s very fast in the finish of the race and we needed a cyclist like that. I count on more experienced part of the team on the hardest races of the season, like Tour of Slovenia, Tour of Croatia and Tour of Austria.”

Srečko Glivar
Photo: Goran Badovinac