Two-time Giro d'Italia champ Ivan Basso will continue working in the sport, transitioning to Trek – Segafredo with Team Tinkoff set to
The peloton is undergoing a shift, as another wave of high-profile retirements swept through the sport this year.
The 37-year-old Italian, who underwent cancer surgery in July, will remain with Tinkoff-Saxo in a management role.
After a cancer scare at the Tour de France, Ivan Basso will return to racing in Japan, but it may be his last outing as a professional.
Ivan Basso says he hopes to carry on racing but will wait for a final check by doctors before making the final decision on his career.
Ivan Basso, two-time Giro d'Italia winner, says Wednesday's surgery was successful.
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