|Robobank Team Squad|
The winner in this principle is the one who cross the line first among many riders in the group, usually with commercial sponsers. On professional and semi-professional teams, team names are typically synonymous with the primary sponsors. For example, Team Telekom, Rabobank, ONCE, Mapei and Lampre, are the well know teams in the previous thiry years. The size of the team varies, from three in an amateur event for club riders to a dozen in professional races. The race starts with a decision in a group that who fits for win and assign him a tough task. . The choice will depend on hills, the chances that the whole field will finish together in a sprint, and other factors. The rest of the team will devote itself to promoting its leader's chances, taking turns in the wind for him, refusing to chase with the peloton when he or she escapes, and so on.
In professional races, team coordination is much more important as the radio medium is used for intercommunication and with team director. who travels in a team car behind the race and monitors the overall situation.
|ONCE Team Squad|
In 1990, the use of radios was discussed amongst the cycling community, and it was suggested that a use of radio in race tactics devalued the tactical knowledge of the individual riders and the game became out of excitement. But in September 2009, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the governing body of pro cycling, voted to phase in a ban on the use of team radios in men's elite road racing.
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