Rising SA star Stefan de Bod on Monday became the latest in a flurry of cycling signings announced by Team Dimension Data for next season. De Bod joins Czech Roman Kreuziger, Dane Michael Valgren and Swiss Danilo Wyss in signing two-year contracts as the SA World Tour team undergoes something of a restructuring process. Also joining from January 1 2019 will be Norwegian Rasmus Tiller, 22, who arrives from Team Joker Icopal where he has been for the past two seasons. Tiller is a powerful young rider, as showcased by his second place at the 2018 Norwegian road race championships, an event he won in 2017 when he was just 20 years old. The signing of Kreuziger, Valgren and Wyss will strengthen Dimension Data’s prospects in the one-day Classics. There has been no indication whether Mark Cavendish, whose three-year contract with Dimension Data ends on December 31, will extend his relationship with the team. For the 21-year-old De Bod, his promotion from the Dimension Data Continental Team...

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