Mallorcan cyclist Enric Mas has signed for three seasons with the Movistar Team, as announced on Thursday by the team trained by Eusebio Unzue. More than 24 years, who played the Tour de France for the first time this year, comes from the Belgian team Deceuninck-Quick Step.
The Balearic emerged in the French competition, where he wore the white jersey in the Tourmalet as leader of the Youth classification. Finally third in this category. The rider shared team with Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe, who was fifth in the French round and who led the Tour during several stages.
A native of the town of Artá, Enric Mas finished second in the Tour of Spain in 2018, which is the greatest achievement of his career to date, where he also won one of the Pyrenean stages. Mas was trained in the ranks of the Contador Foundation until 2015 when he moved to the Deceuninck-Quick Step.
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