Mitchelton-Scott has added some more Dutch depth to its women's team lineup with the signing of Moniek Tenniglo.
Cycling Central

18 Oct 2018 - 12:00 PM  UPDATED 18 Oct 2018 - 12:26 PM

The 30-year-old will join the Mitchelton-SCOTT women’s squad in 2019 and will a super domestique for the team’s stable of stars including Annemiek van Vleuten and Amanda Spratt.

Tenniglo, who turned pro in 2014, performed a similar role with WM3 Energie in 2017 before joining FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope in 2018.

“I am really happy and excited to be joining Mitchelton-SCOTT," she said. "It’s a team with a great team spirit and that’s why it makes it really exciting for me because I think I am a rider who works well within a team and I enjoy playing a strong supporting role. That’s where I feel I am most valuable.”

“That’s a big part of why I am looking forward to being part of this team with these riders and so much quality within the squad. It’s a really professional set up throughout the organisation and that’s great for me.”

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