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"For anyone that works in the association market, the results are not shocking, but that doesn't make them any less alarming," explained Suzanne Carawan, CMO of HighRoad Solution.
Georgievski explains that the highroad from Skopje to Stip is planned to be 47 km long and the section from Kicevo to Ohrid to be 57 km.
Renshaw finished the 180-kilometre ride from Exeter to Exmouth in a time of four hours, 17 minutes and 38 seconds, with his HTC Highroad team-mate Mark Cavendish taking second spot, the Briton coming in just ahead of Germany's Robert Forster (UnitedHealthcare).
Cavendish's contract with Highroad Sports, the team's parent company, expires at the end of the current season and HTC or any future sponsor would surely want the guaranteed exposure he provides.
The time limit was set at 6hrs 41mins 03secs and HTC Highroad rider Cavendish was one of 88 who failed to make it.
Tireless in support of his HTC Highroad team leader Mark Cavendish, he rode through appalling UK weather to be met by unsettled weather in Denmark.
MULTIPLE Tour de France stage winner Mark Cavendish will lead his HTC Highroad team in the Tour of Britain, which begins this weekend in Scotland.
Matt Brammeier (HTC Highroad) though will be doing his best to spoil his professional team leader's Sunday night party, competing against Cavendish's powerful GB team.
[bar] Mark Cavendish of Great Britain and HTC Highroad team celebrates his nineteenth stage victory in four years during Stage 15 of the 2011 Tour de France
Matt Brammeier (HTC Highroad) though will be doing his best to spoil his professional team leader's Sunday night party, competing against Cavendish's powerful GB team, Matt is representing Ireland as the 2011 Irish National Road Race Champion.
In high winds and driving rain, Cavendish was helped home by his HTC Highroad lead-out man Mark Renshaw to make a perfect start to a race he last contested in 2007.
The 25-year-old from the Isle of Man - the quickest sprinter in road racing, with 15 Tour de France stage wins to his name - began his current contract with Highroad Sports, the parent company of HTC-Columbia, in 2008.