IAM Cycling

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IAM Cycling
Team data
UCI code I AM
nationality SwitzerlandSwitzerland Switzerland
License UCI WorldTeam
First season 2013
Last season 2016
discipline Street
Wheel manufacturer Scott Sports
General manager SwitzerlandSwitzerland Michel Thétaz
Team manager FranceFrance Serge Beucherie
Sportl. ladder SwitzerlandSwitzerland Rubens Bertogliati Kjell Carlström Mario Chiesa Eddy Seigneur Rik Verbrugghe
Name story
Years Surname
2013-2016 IAM Cycling
Team photo
Team photo IAM Cycling
http://www.iamcycling.ch .

IAM Cycling was a Swiss cycling team based in Nyon . The team was founded for the 2013 season and received a license as a Professional Continental Team . For the 2015 season, the team received UCI WorldTeam status.

Name sponsor was IAM Independent Asset Management , a Geneva- based company whose purpose is asset management for pension funds. The founder and director of this company, Michel Thétaz, was also the team manager of IAM Cycling . Sport director was Serge Beucherie , assisted by Eddy Seigneur , Rubens Bertogliati , Mario Chiesa , Rik Verbrugghe and Kjell Carlström . The team was charged with wheels of Scott Sports facilities.

The team joined the Movement for Credible Cycling ( MPCC ) in its first season . In late May 2016, IAM Cycling announced that the team would disband at the end of the 2016 season.

2016 season

Success in the UCI WorldTour

date run winner
25. May ItalyItaly17th stage of the Giro d'Italia GermanyGermany Roger Kluge
June 19th SwitzerlandSwitzerland9th stage Tour de Suisse ColombiaColombia Jarlinson Pantano
17th July FranceFrance15th stage Tour de France ColombiaColombia Jarlinson Pantano
26th of August SpainSpain7th stage Vuelta a España BelgiumBelgium Jonas Vangenechten
August 28th FranceFrance Bretagne Classic - Ouest-France BelgiumBelgium Oliver Naesen
7th of September SpainSpain17th stage Vuelta a España SwitzerlandSwitzerland Mathias Frank

Success in the UCI Europe Tour

date run Cat. winner
31 January FranceFrance Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise 1.1 BelgiumBelgium Dries Devenyns
February 7th FranceFrance5th stage Étoile de Bessèges ( EZF ) 2.1 FranceFrance Jérôme Coppel
3rd-7th February FranceFrance Overall ranking Étoile de Bessèges 2.1 FranceFrance Jérôme Coppel
14th of February SpainSpain Clásica de Almería 1.1 AustraliaAustralia Leigh Howard
April 24th CroatiaCroatia6th stage Tour of Croatia 2.1 NorwayNorway Sondre Holst Enger
May 27th BelgiumBelgium2nd stage Tour of Belgium 2.HC BelgiumBelgium Dries Devenyns
25-29 May BelgiumBelgium Overall ranking Tour of Belgium 2.HC BelgiumBelgium Dries Devenyns
July 27th BelgiumBelgium5th stage Tour de Wallonie 2.HC BelgiumBelgium Dries Devenyns
23-27 July BelgiumBelgium Overall ranking Tour de Wallonie 2.HC BelgiumBelgium Dries Devenyns
August 31 NorwayNorway1st stage tour of the fjord 2.1 AustraliaAustralia Leigh Howard

National road cycling champions

date run winner
25th June AustriaAustria Austrian Championship - Individual Time Trial AustriaAustria Matthias Brändle
June 26th AustriaAustria Austrian Championship - Road Race AustriaAustria Matthias Brändle
June 26th SwitzerlandSwitzerland Swiss Championship - Road Race SwitzerlandSwitzerland Jonathan Fumeaux

Additions Disposals

Accesses Team 2015 Departures Team 2016
SwitzerlandSwitzerland Oliver Zaugg Tinkoff-Saxo FranceFrance Jerome Pineau Career ended
BelgiumBelgium Oliver Naesen Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise FranceFrance Sylvain Chavanel Direct energy
AustraliaAustralia Leigh Howard Orica GreenEdge BelgiumBelgium Thomas Degand Wanty-Groupe Gobert
NorwayNorway Vegard stake lengths Team joker SwitzerlandSwitzerland Patrick Schelling Team Vorarlberg
SwitzerlandSwitzerland Sébastien Reichenbach FDJ


Wikidata logo S.svgTeam roster
Surname Date of birth country Previous team
Marcel Aregger August 28, 1990 SUI Switzerland Atlas Personal-Jakroo (2012)
Matthias Brändle December 7, 1989 AUT Austria NetApp (2012)
Clement Chevrier June 29, 1992 FRA France Bissell Development (2014)
Stef Clement September 24, 1982 NED Netherlands Team Jumbo-Visma (2014)
Jérôme Coppel August 6, 1986 FRA France Cofidis, Solutions Crédits (2014)
Stefan Denifl September 22, 1987 AUT Austria Vacansoleil-DCM (2012)
Dries Devenyns July 22, 1983 BEL Belgium Giant-Shimano (2014)
Martin Elmiger September 23, 1978 SUI Switzerland AG2R La Mondiale (2012)
Sondre Holst Enger 17th December 1993 NOR Norway
Mathias Frank December 9, 1986 SUI Switzerland BMC Racing Team (2013)
Jonathan Fumeaux March 7, 1988 SUI Switzerland Atlas Personal-Jakroo (2012)
Heinrich Haussler February 25, 1984 OUT Australia Garmin-Sharp (2012)
Reto Hollenstein August 22, 1985 SUI Switzerland NetApp (2012)
Leigh Howard October 18, 1989 OUT Australia Orica-GreenEDGE (2015)
Roger Kluge 5th February 1986 GER Germany NetApp Endura (2013)
Vegard stake lengths February 7, 1989 NOR Norway Joker (2015)
Pirmin Lang November 25, 1984 SUI Switzerland Atlas Personal-Jakroo (2012)
Oliver Naesen September 16, 1990 BEL Belgium Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise (2015)
Jarlinson Pantano November 19, 1988 COL Colombia Colombia (2014)
Simon Pellaud November 6, 1992 SUI Switzerland Atlas Personal-Jakroo (2012)
Matteo Pelucchi January 21, 1989 ITA Italy Europcar (2012)
Vicente Reynés July 30, 1981 ESP Spain Lotto Belisol (2013)
Aleksejs Saramotins April 8, 1982 LAT Latvia Cofidis, le Crédit en Ligne (2012)
David Tanner September 30, 1984 OUT Australia Team Jumbo-Visma (2014)
Jonas Vangenechten September 16, 1986 BEL Belgium Lotto Belisol (2014)
Lawrence Warbasse June 28, 1990 United States United States BMC Racing Team (2014)
Marcel Wyss June 25, 1986 SUI Switzerland
Oliver Zaugg May 9, 1981 SUI Switzerland Tinkoff-Saxo (2015)
Source: UCI

Placements in UCI rankings

UCI Asia Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2013 35. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Johann Tschopp (114.)
2014 60. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Martin Elmiger (249.)

UCI Europe Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2013 2. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Martin Elmiger (16.)
2014 5. FranceFrance Sylvain Chavanel (6th)

UCI World Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2015 17th SwitzerlandSwitzerland Mathias Frank (58.)
2016 17th BelgiumBelgium Oliver Naesen (23.)

See also

Individual evidence

  1. uci.ch dated December 19, 2012: Registration of the UCI Professional Continental Teams for 2013 ( memento of the original dated December 24, 2012 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.  @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.uci.ch
  2. radsport-news.com of October 31, 2012: MPCC team association is growing
  3. sda / mir: IAM is withdrawing at the end of the season. May 23, 2016. Retrieved April 28, 2017 .