"We'll come back to do it all over again next year," says Sky director Dave Brailsford
Chris Froome pedals his own bike up the mountains of the Tour, but a strong team of climbers is certainly helping.
Mikel Landa finished third in the Giro d'Italia last year, after helping teammate Fabio Aru to a runner-up result.
Michal Kwiatkowski says he's going to work on his climbing abilities this year and attempt to become a protected rider in grand tours.
The pair could potentially co-lead Sky's Tour de France team this summer, but the reigning champion says there's nothing to it.
Chris Froome will remain in a Sky kit for the next three seasons, the British team announced Tuesday.
Global Cycling Network recently joined Geraint Thomas, Michal Kwiatkowski, and Mikel Landa as they did some track work in England.
The squad will again be outfitted by British clothing maker Rapha, a relationship that will end after next season.
The British team will rely on the Polish rider in the one-day races next year, with hopes he'll snag at least one victory.
The British team unveils its full roster for the 2016 season, which includes high-profile riders Michal Kwiatkowski and Mikel Landa.