BMC Racing Team Extends Contract For Ben Hermans

Ben Hermans has received a contract extension after playing an integral role in his first season with the BMC Racing Team, President/General Manager Jim Ochowicz announced Tuesday. Always A Dependable Teammate "We are very pleased to be extending the contract with Ben into the future," Ochowicz said. "He has played a significant role this entire year covering all the bases on every level. His … [Read more...]

BMC Racing Team Signs Ben Hermans

BMC Racing Team President/General Manager Jim Ochowicz announced the signing of Ben Hermans Wednesday. The 27-year-old Belgian completes the team's lineup of new riders before the entire 2014 roster is formally introduced next week in Grenchen, Switzerland. 'Valuable Experience On Multiple Levels' Ochowicz said Hermans's versatility is well-suited to the team. "We are pleased to add Ben to our … [Read more...]

Leopard Trek Signs Ben Hermans For 2012

LEOPARD TREK has secured one of Belgian cycling’s most promising youngsters for a two year deal starting from January 1. 25-year-old Ben Hermans comes to LEOPARD TREK as a perfect addition to the team's core of climbers/time trialists. Hermans, national juniors TT champion in 2004, is an excellent rouleur and performs very well on uphill roads. This season, he won the third event in the … [Read more...]

Ben Hermans Wins in Mallorca for First 2011 Team RadioShack Victory

Team RadioShack’s Ben Hermans won the Trofeo Inca in the third race of the Challenge Ciclista a Mallorca. The Belgian rider sprinted faster than his two companions Arkaitz Duran (Geox) and Xavier Tondo (Movistar). For Ben Hermans and Team RadioShack it is the first victory of the season. One-hundred ninety riders started in Inca for a race over two climbs, the 2nd category Soller and the … [Read more...]

Ben Hermans Wins Queen Stage in Tour of Belgium

Team Radio Shack’s Ben Hermans took the victory in the last stage of the Tour of Belgium, a stage with 14 climbs, including the Liège-Bastogne-Liège climbs of Côte de la Redoute and Mont Theux. The Belgian rider preceded Stijn Devolder who took the overall victory. With 17 K to go, both riders escaped from a select group of seven riders which included Team RadioShack’s Geoffroy Lequatre, … [Read more...]