|General Manager||Gianluigi Stanga|
|Previous team name(s)|
Team Milram is an Italian-registered UCI ProTeam established in 2006. The team is often called a German team because its main sponsor is Milram, part of the Nordmilch company from the German state of Bremen.
Milram took over the ProTeam licence of Domina Vacanze. Erik Zabel and Alessandro Petacchi are the team’s top cyclists. There are 25 other riders, mainly from Germany and Italy. Milram is the third team in the UCI ProTour with a German main sponsor.
The team manager is led by Italian Gianluigi Stanga, who has been a team manager in professional cycling since 1983. The directeurs sportifs (Sports Directors) are the Italians Vittorio Algeri, Antonio Bevilacqua and Oscar Pellicioli . Gerry van Gerwen from the Netherlands is the commercial manager.
Milram only joined the UCI ProTour in 2006. Since then they have won 88 podium positions (that is, finished a race either first, second, or third) (24 first, 29 second, 35 third ).
Team MILRAM reorganised itself for its second season. Five new riders joined and eight riders left the team. The most prominent new rider is Igor Astarloa, 2003 World Champion from Spain. Additionally, the team added Brett Lancaster, the up-and-coming riders Marcel Sieberg and Niki Terpstra, as well as neo pro Sebastian Schwager. After breaking his kneecap in 2006, Alessandro Petacchi regained his top form and won some races.
There is a MILRAM Continental Circuit Team, and those young riders and those from other U23 teams are helped so they can develop their skills
2007 season [change]
|10 February||Grand Prix Costa degli Etruschi||Alessandro Petacchi|
|18 February||6th stage Tour Méditerranéen||Mirco Lorenzetto|
|23 February||3rd stage Algarve-Tour||Alessandro Petacchi|
|24 February||4th stage Algarve-Tour||Alessandro Petacchi|
|25 February||5th stage Algarve-Tour||Alessandro Petacchi|
|21-25 February||Overall classification Algarve-Tour||Alessandro Petacchi|
|28 February||2nd stage Valencia-Tour||Alessandro Petacchi|
2007 ProTeam [change]
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Other websites [change]
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See also: UCI ProTour • UCI ProTour 2007
• 2006-2007 UCI Africa Tour • 2006-2007 UCI America Tour • 2006-2007 UCI Asia Tour
• 2006-2007 UCI Europe Tour • 2006-2007 UCI Oceania Tour