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Looking more the well-rounded super team they set out to be then maybe they had in their early years, BMC provide a threat in every big race these days.

Tejay van Garderen has taken the baton of Grand Tour contender after the retirement of Cadel Evans and Richie Porte joins him from Sky for 2016. Greg van Avermaet is a constant presence in the cobbled Classics and Philippe Gilbert is still doing the business in the Ardennes.

The time trial exploits of former Hour Record holder Rohan Dennis and Taylor Phinney mean they’re now a versatile team with a man for every occasion. They’ve even got Sammy Sanchez.


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Still persisting with a kit extracted from the cubism movement, the big-budget team look like they could haul in a number of major results in 2016.

Rohan Dennis wins stage one of the 2015 Tour de France (Watson)

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Philippe Gilbert beat the Schlecks to win the 2011 LBL. Photo: Graham Watson

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