Eddie Dunbar is looking forward to ‘learning from some of the best riders in the world’ after signing a new three-year contract with Team INEOS.
“I was over the moon when I found out it was a three-year deal and I was going to be able to stay and learn from the best riders in the world,” he said. “I am delighted to receive the opportunity to develop in this atmosphere.
“The period starting from Tour de Yorkshire is where I felt I was going really well, through to Route de l’Occitanie where I performed well, and, of course, the Giro. The fact I was able to help the team so much as I could and finish as strongly as I did was massively important for me and at Route de l’Occitanie I came close to winning the opening stage which gave me lot of confidence.”
He’s a real fighter and I’m confident he can move up another level next season.”
“From the first moment, he’s demonstrated that he is a real team player, but he also has the ability to go for his own results when he gets the chance. He’s been up there in the final of some tough races and you can see he’s knocking on the door of a win. One goal for the future for Eddie is to convert those promising situations into victories.
“He’s a real fighter and I’m confident he can move up another level next season.”