Jumbo-Visma have confirmed the signing of Rohan Dennis from Ineos Grenadiers for 2022, securing the Australian’s providers on a two-year contract.Dennis, 31, joins Jumbo-Visma after two years with Ineos, having signed up with the British squad following an acrimonious break up together with his Bahrain-Merida group.The 2-time world time trial champion will depart one squad stacked with superstars to hitch one other, using alongside a fellow former world champion Tom Dumoulin, Belgian star Wout van Aert, and two-time Grand Tour winner Primož Roglič from subsequent 12 months.>>> WorldTour transfers 2022: The entire males’s and ladies’s new signings for the 2022 season“I’m trying ahead to the brand new challenges and I’m excited to be becoming a member of arguably one of many main groups with R&D within the professional peloton,” Dennis mentioned on his switch.”Driving alongside the likes of Primož Roglič, Wout van Aert and Tom Dumoulin – once more – is one thing I couldn’t refuse. Persevering with to contribute to main Grand Tour wins with the group and taking a few of my very own probabilities at week-long excursions is a serious objective of mine. “It’s a brand new chapter, but additionally a return to part of my early years, being concerned with the Rabobank continental group again in 2011. And likewise being again on Cervélo, the bike I rode as a neo-pro again in 2013. I want to thank Ineos Grenadiers for the time I spent with them. It has been an amazing trip with plenty of superb occasions and achievements, which I’m trying to proceed at Staff Jumbo-Visma.”Since becoming a member of Ineos Grenadiers in 2020 Dennis has secured two wins, each time trials, together with stage two of the Volta a Catalunya 2021 and the Prologue of the Tour de Romandie 2021. He additionally proved pivotal in delivering the group’s victory on the Giro d’Italia in 2020, guiding eventual general winner Tao Geoghegan Hart via the hardest mountain levels with some highly effective shows.Dennis completed third on this 12 months’s Tokyo Olympic Video games time trial after lacking out on choice for the Tour de France, taking bronze behind his future Jumbo-Visma team-mates Primož Roglič and Tom Dumoulin.Jumbo-Visma sports activities director Merijn Zeeman mentioned the Dutch squad will relish Dennis’ skills as a domestique within the Grand Excursions, however may also permit him to chase potential victories himself. Dennis has taken stage victories in all three Grand Excursions, however switched his focus to shorter stage races after a stint with BMC Racing through which he tried to turn out to be an general contender in three-week races.“I’ve been speaking to him for just a few years now,” Zeeman mentioned. “He’s a dream asset for me, who might be an amazing help for our GC riders particularly, however who may also commonly be ready to chase an general victory himself”“There are usually not many riders within the peloton who’ve his qualities. He’s an actual asset, which is essential in at the moment’s high biking. He’s somebody with a really large engine who can pull for kilometres and who can cut back the peloton uphill too. He is also able to a good time trial through which he’ll typically compete for the win.”Dennis will subsequent compete as a part of a six-man Ineos squad on the Tour of Britain, which runs from Sunday, September 5 to Sunday, September 12.