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News shorts: Rohan Dennis to make Adelaide racing return over Australian summer


Rohan Dennis will take part in three rounds of the CIC Cervelo Super Series this Australian summer in Adelaide as a guest rider for Team Lightsview. The BMC Racing rider has been given clearance from his WorldTour team to race the Victoria Park criteriums on November 26 and December 3 and the Norton Summit time trial on December 6.

“It’s good on both parts — for myself and for Cycling SA,” Dennis said according to local newspaper The Advertiser. “It’s exactly where I started and came through so why not try to give something back. I’m there primarily for training and hopefully I can help out the race and the series.”

“We’ve been close to having him (Rohan) take part in a series for Team Lightsview in the past,” team manager Michele Primaro said of securing Dennis’ services. “We’re tremendously happy that he’ll be racing in the inaugural CIC Cervélo Super Series for our team. Rohan is a local talent, turned international superstar, and it’s going to be unbelievable to see him racing on the streets of Adelaide following the fantastic season he’s just had.”

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Dennis last raced in his hometown this January when he won stage 3 of the Tour Down Under on his way to claiming overall victory. The 25-year-old is unsure whether he will be defending his title next year as he starts his preparation for the the 2016 season, explaining he has enjoyed a few weeks of the bike since ending his season at the Richmond World Championships.

“I spent a month on the sidelines after the worlds and you know you’ve had a good break when people aren’t throwing food at you,” said Dennis. “Coming out of the Tour de France I had a six-week block at altitude, one week of racing then worlds, ” he added. “It was hard to keep weight on but I’m looking like a normal person again.”

The third and final CIC Cervelo Super Series round that Dennis will race up involves a test against the clock up one of Adelaide’s most well known climbs, Norton Summit, which makes its Tour Down Under debut in next year’s race.

You can read more at Cyclingnews.com





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