Martyn Irvine:  has had his season hampered by a collarbone injury. Photograph: Ciarán Fallon.

Former world scratch race champion Martyn Irvine expected to race in France

Matt Brammeier told The Irish Times he first made contact with MTN Qhubeka m last summer, realising it would be an ideal fit. Photograph: Inpho

Multiple Irish champion’s first event will be the Cadel Evans Great Ocean race in Australia on February 1st

Sam Bennett: “I didn’t get an opportunity last year, but hopefully this year I will, and I really hope to be ready for it.” Photograph: INPHO

Bennett and his Bora-Argon 18 team almost certain to gain wildcard access to Tour de France

Matt Brammeier: “Hopefully I will be off to Mallorca for a training camp with the team, then get racing after that.” Photo: Ciaran Fallon/Inpho

Five-time Irish national champion satisfied that a new team deal is imminent

Dan Martin celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the 108th edition of the Giro di Lombardia in October. Photograph:  Luk Benies/AFP/Getty Images

After a turbulent 2014, the Irish cyclist has set a wider range of goals for next year

Sam Bennett: “I am more confident in my ability now.” Photograph: Carlos Barba/EPA

Now over illness Carrick-on-Suir rider is aiming for Tour de France

New Team Sky rider Nicolas Roche is aims to make most of his chances this season. Photograph: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

Chris Froome’s new team-mate scheduled to make his racing debut in Spain in February

Martyn Irvine sustained a fractured collar bone in Mexico last month. Photograph: Getty Images.

Cycling Ireland hope their only omnium rider can take line in London to assure place at world championships

Matt Brammeier is yet to make his plans for next season public. Photograph: Ciaran Fallon/INPHO

Road race champion yet to reveal set-up for 2015

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