After last week’s big unveiling, the new Leopard-Trek team heads to camp on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. VeloNews‘ Nick Legan is there, too.
Fabian Wegmann is happy about his new team.
Cancellara was in attendance, a favorite with the media.
Andy Schleck and Ben Coates
Andy Schleck speaks with Trek team liaison Ben Coates.
Kim Andersen talks about Trek. "What's most important for us is the people behind Trek are very very professional. Ben Coates has done eight years with Lance, what more can I ask for?"
Frank Schleck about his new team, "We focused on what we're best at, and that's riding our bikes. The new bikes are good. They are light and stiff in the bottom bracket but still have good comfort. And they're pretty."
Schleck was proud of his Trek cap
Schleck was proud of his Trek cap, Cancellara hadn't yet received one.
Here's the Mercedes that the logo on the helmet promised.
Here's the Mercedes that the logo on the helmet promised. The matte finish paint is something different. The style is simple.
The big truck
Team Leopard-Trek's new truck. The left side of the truck expands to provide a large interior space. Glass doors at the back allow the mechanics to work inside in comfort.
Mechanic at work.
A Leopard-Trek mechanic at work on a Speed Concept.
The Big Truck
Here is the left side of the truck, expanded for more interior space. The VeloNews version of this truck is on order...
The mechanic's office
Not a bad office for a mechanic.
Team Leopard-Trek's new shoes.
Team Leopard-Trek is riding Northwave shoes this year, but prototype Bontrager shoes like these are being tested by Trek employees.
Team Leopard-Trek's new bike.
First snapshot of the Team Leopard Trek. More to come later.