Weber is preparing for the first WorldTour stage race in 2019, according to his manager and the rider’s agent.
The rider, who rode the Tour of Oman last year, will race in the WorldTour’s Vuelta a Espana in March, according the German team.
Weber said the Vuelta was “probably the best stage race” he’s ever ridden, as it has “many great stages”.
“It is a real pleasure for me to ride the Vuëntas again, the Vueltas, because it is one of the best stages of the season and it’s a great race,” he told VeloNews.
“It’s a fantastic race and I’m really looking forward to it.”
In the past, weber has used the Vuilettes as his training camp, and the Vuimettes has not been a major focus of his ambitions in 2017.
However, it has been a key focus of the Vualettes squad in 2018, as the team aims to make the best of a tough stage race.
Weber rode the Vuitettes in 2017, finishing fifth overall in the stage race and in the overall classification, which he finished in fifth overall on the penultimate stage.
A major change came in the form of a new sponsor, BMC Racing.
This was a major change from previous years, as they had previously partnered with Tinkoff-Saxo.
The Italian team, which previously partnered the team that was the first team to use a Tinkovit anti-doping device, has also been in negotiations with Weber’s management team for the next three years.
“The riders are very close and we are talking,” Weber told Velosport.
“I think we will get back to a normal partnership.”