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« on: September 20, 2012, 06:01:17 pm »
1. The transfer market is open from Monday to Saturday. It closes on Sundays.

2. If you donít have enough money in the moment of making a bid, you will not be able to do it.

3. If you donít have enough money, the cyclist will not come to your team.

4.If you donít have space on your team, the cyclist will not join your squad.

5. If you have 19 cyclists on your team, and you have two winning bids, the highest bid will join your team. If you bid the same amount of money, the first bid you made will join your team.

6. New teams can select for free two free cyclists form inactive and banned teams. This opportunity doesnít expires, so you can wait untill you find two good cyclists.

7. You can select different type of free cyclists, from young talents to experienced cyclists. We suggest to ask for advice (helping teams).

8. Talking about the international scout, if you donít select a country or a specialty, the international scout wonít work, and you wonít get any young cyclists.

9. The international scout process is done before the transfers, so take care if you have 19 cyclists and your international scout ON.

10. You can check last tranfers in --> Overview of recent transfers

11. A cyclist will loose his training camp bonus if he is transfered.

12. During the first day, you can erase a cyclist from the transfer market (Only if he does not have bids).

13. The cyclists will keep their stages raced.

14. A bid can be modified but not deleted.

15. Only new teams can sign free riders, two per team.


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« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2017, 02:48:17 am »
How is the rules for transfers if you have 20 in your squad, but you sell and buy one at the same time?

Will it work only if you sell an more expensive cyclist, as they are calculated first?

By experience, I got an cyclist that was cheaper than the one I sold, but it did not work the other way around. Can anyone confirm?


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« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2017, 06:02:14 pm »
Highest price first.

For example: if you have 20 riders and you sell a rider for 2,5M, and you bid 3M on a rider, you won't buy him.

So what you thought was correct :)