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Photos Veenendaal Classic – Cycling Team Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB

Photos Veenendaal Classic – Cycling Team Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB

— eric to www.wbca.be

Groenewegen sprints to fourth Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic win – Team BikeExchange Jayco

Dutch fast-man Dylan Groenewegen has taken his fourth victory in the Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic with a dominant and powerful sprint finish.

The 28-year-old demonstrated his speed once again with a rapid dash to the line, claiming his fourth win of the season and his fourth in the Dutch one-day race.

Team BikeExchange-Jayco took charge of the race in the early kilometres as they controlled the gap to a breakaway group of five and despite crosswinds in the final 60km of the race splitting the peloton, the bunch reached the bell for the final lap altogether behind the break.

There were then several attacks as the pack closed in on the escapees, but Italian Alexander Konychev was quick to shut down the moves, and with 11km to go the race was back together.

Australian Kaden Groves guided his teammate Groenewegen through the tricky finale and into position inside the final kilometre, before the Dutchman opened up his sprint and raced away to take the win.

Dylan Groenewegen (1st):
“We were here with a young group of riders, most of them had a long break, but we positioned well all day long, and especially in the last corner I was in the perfect spot.

I am glad of this result, I am happy, the team is happy, especially because everything went as planned. We are on the right track.”

Tristan Hoffman (Sport Director):
“The team did a great job managing to control and come back to catch the breakway with only a few kilometres left in the race. Then we prepared in the best way possible for the final hundred meters and Dylan was in the best spot.

Once he is there, there are few people who can beat him in a sprint like today. I’m super happy and proud of the work done today by the boys and now we will fully focus on tomorrow’s race in Koln.”

2022 Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic – Results:
1. Dylan Groenewegen (Team BikeExchange-Jayco) 4:32:40
2. Gerben Thijssen ST
3. Araund De Lie ST

Photo: Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic

— Team BikeExchange to www.greenedgecycling.com

Santesteban & Faulkner fight hard to second & third at the Navarra Women’s Classic – Team BikeExchange Jayco

Local Basque rider Ane Santesteban and American Kristen Faulkner raced to a strong second and third place respectively today, on another hot, hard and hilly day in Navarra, with Team BikeExchange-Jayco also taking the victory in the team’s classification for the second-consecutive day.
 
After finishing in fourth place and sixth place in yesterday’s race, the duo knew that their legs were good and made it into the winning breakaway in the final 40km of today’s 127km Navarra Women’s Classic.
 
The quartet of Ewers, Benito, Santesteban and Faulkner hovered between 20 seconds to one minute ahead of a reduced chasing bunch of ten riders in the final 25km, but with teammates Ruby Roseman-Gannon and Urska Zigart behind, the squad was relaxed and confident in the race situation. 
 
It was on the final climb of the day when the race exploded as Veronica Ewers attacked hard on the steep slopes, leaving Faulkner and Santesteban with a big chase ahead of them. The Team BikeExchange-Jayco duo gave it their all, trying to make the junction to the new solo leader in the final 10km, but along the narrow twisty roads, the time gap remained around 30 seconds.

In the end, the squad walk away with another solid podium finish and full of confidence in their condition heading into the coming Spanish races.
 
Ane Santesteban – 2nd place
“I think we had a really good scenario to go for the win today with myself and Kristen in the breakaway and we worked really well together but there in the end, the Education First rider was just stronger on the last climb. 

Me and Kristen rode together and worked together well but it wasn’t enough in the end so of course we are a little bit disappointed, we want to win but with the way we are racing like this, the win will arrive soon.”
 
Alejandro Gonzales-Tablas (Sport Director)
“I think we proved one more time that we are the strongest team in these races, we have no doubt about that. We controlled the race the way we wanted, the girls did pretty much everything we wanted, we set it up how we planned for. 

We had the situation we wanted to have but probably wanted a bit more co-operation from the riders in that group, so we had to take the control but at the end there was just one rider stronger than us on the climb but there was nothing we could do. 

You always want the win but it is still all very positive and we are looking for more chances with the coming races we have here in Spain.”

2022 Navarra Women’s Classic Results:
1. Veronica Ewers 3:27:52
2. Ane Santesteban +0:35
3. Kristen Faulkner  +0:58
 
Photo: Gomez Sport

— Team BikeExchange to www.greenedgecycling.com

Bahrain Victorious to the German Classic Eschborn-Frankfurt

The transition from the spring Monuments to the Grand Tours is marked by Eschborn-Frankfurt, which is back to its traditional date of May 1st.

The Radklassiker is Germany’s most prestigious classic and usually attracts the best sprinters in the world. However, its course is selective and often ends up in a restricted group sprint.

After the start in Eschborn and a first crossing of the finish line in Frankfurt, the 183.9 km route runs through the iconic hilly region of the Taunus, with the peloton facing eight climbs: the Feldberg, the Billtalhöhe, the Ruppertshain twice and the Mammolshain four times, for a total elevation gain of 2,713 m. The course then heads to the finish in Frankfurt’s city centre, with the last 40 km flat and three laps of a final circuit 6.7 km long.

“Given the course, the German Classics trophy has always been a selective race”, Enrico Poitscke, Bahrain Victorious Sports Director, says. “In recent years, it has always ended in a sprint from a reduced group, and we aim to be there to contest it with our leader Phil Bauhaus, supported by Jasha Sütterlin. They both will ride on home soil. Therefore, they will have extra motivation to achieve the team’s goal: to try to win the race with Phil.
The co-leader will be Fred Wright, who, alongside Edoardo Zambanini, will focus on the attacks, especially in Mammolshain. Staying in a good position on the climbs on the Taunus course will be fundamental. Yukiya Arashiro, Chun Kai Feng and Filip Maciejuk will be precious helpers in the different race phases.”

The German sprinter Phil Bauhaus shares his thoughts ahead of the Eschborn-Frankfurt: “It’s one of the few races in Germany, so I’m super motivated as a German rider. It’s not at all an easy race. It’s like every classic race, a challenging one. The hilly circuit is tough for me, but I prepared well for this race, and I’m confident I can do a good race. If I survive the hard part, I will be confident again for the sprint and hope to get a nice result. We have in the team also a rider like Fred, who did a super good classic campaign and Jasha, who is super strong. Therefore, we have some cards to play, but I will try to be in the final and give my best!”

— Simona Mazzoleni to bahraincyclingteam.com

Classic Grand Besançon Doubs (April 15) – Tour du Jura Cycliste (April 16)

Nans Peters : « The goal is to win »

“I was lucky enough to get back on my bike quickly after the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya (he retired during the second stage after having a crash that required stitches). Since March 28, I have been training at altitude at Etna to prepare in good conditions for the next objectives, which are the Tour de Romandie and then the Giro d’Italia. The Classic Grand Besançon Doubs and the Tour du Jura Cycliste will allow me to refine my condition from training and see where I am in terms of sensations.
We are fielding a very good team on both days and the objective will be simple: to win.
These are races that correspond to our qualities and we have the riders to influence the race. It is up to us to perform well collectively.”Nans

The number

2

The AG2R CITROËN TEAM finished on the podium in both events in 2021.
Benoît Cosnefroy won the Tour du Jura Cycliste and Andrea Vendrame finished second in the Classic Grand Besançon Doubs.

The news

Clément Berthet at home

The Classic Grand Besançon Doubs will finish in Montfaucon, the village where Clément Berthet lives.
“I’m very happy to be racing at home this Friday. During the racing season, few people are so lucky to have a race that ends a few meters from home. I know the roads by heart and the finishing climb is really difficult. It will all be great entertainment,” Clément Berthet said.

— Romain Perez Canales to ag2rcitroenteam.com

E3 Saxo Bank Classic (March 25) / Gent-Wevelgem (March 27)

Oliver Naesen : “The hardest classic of the year”

« The E3 Saxo Bank Classic and Gent-Wevelgem are two very beautiful classics. I’m looking forward to them, especially after missing Milano-Sanremo (sick), which is an important race for me. The E3 Saxo Bank Classic is the most difficult classic of the year and I think the series of climbs suits me well. In recent years I have always managed to be in the leading group, so I hope I can be there again. In Gent-Wevelgem, I am a little less in control of my destiny, but anything is possible in the sprint after such a long day (249km). I have a few questions about my form after the flu which forced me to abandon Paris-Nice, but I am motivated to achieve great things with the AG2R CITROËN TEAM.”Oliver

The number

4

Oliver Naesen and Greg Van Avermaet have finished in the top 10 of the last four editions of the E3 Saxo Bank Classic.
Oliver Naesen finished 3rd in 2017, 4th in 2018 and 2021 and 8th in 2019.
Greg Van Avermaet won in 2017, took 3rd place in 2018 and 2019 and 6th in 2021.
Bob Jungels also finished in the top 10 in 2019 (5th).

— Kévin Bottin to ag2rcitroenteam.com

Astana – Premier Tech for Veneto Classic – Astana

Astana – Premier Tech for Veneto Classic

Astana – Premier Tech is finishing its 2021 cycling season at the Italian one-day race Veneto Classic on Sunday, October 17th.

Rider roster: Manuele Boaro (ITA), Samuele Battistella (ITA), Fabio Felline (ITA), Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ), Rodrigo Contreras (COL), Davide Martinelli (ITA).

Sports directors: Bruno Cenghialta (ITA), Giuseppe Martinelli (ITA).

Race information: https://venetoclassic.com

— Vitalii to www.astana-qazaqstan.com

Spring Classic in Autumn: Vanmarcke leads ISN in a postponed edition of Paris-Roubaix

Sep Vanmarcke will be ISN’s first pick in Paris-Roubaix, next Sunday, the third of October. Together with the Belgian cobbles specialist, we are looking ahead to one of the biggest and hardest classics in professional cycling.

It will be the team’s very first Paris-Roubaix.

Normally, Paris-Roubaix is the final highlight of a series of cobbled classics early in the season. This year, however, it is rather ‘lonely’ on the calendar, being held on October 3rd, making Paris-Roubaix an Autumn instead of a Spring Classic.

Sep Vanmarcke, therefore, expects an interesting edition of the highly anticipated race. “Normally, this race is the last cobbled classic after a long period of Spring Classics, but now it is on its own, at the end of the cycling calendar. That will feature different racing. Some riders might already be looking forward to off-season after a long period of racing, while others might be even stronger than they normally are in spring.”

Vuelta Espana 2021 – 76th Edition – 16th stage Laredo – Santa Cruz de Bezana 180 km – 31/08/2021 – Sep Vanmarcke (BEL – Israel Start-Up Nation) – photo Luis Angel Gomez/BettiniPhoto©2021

Then, there’s the weather forecast. It might very well be raining in the north of France next Sunday. The experienced Classic specialist Vanmarcke knows that racing on cobbles in the rain is a different discipline than racing on cobbles in the sun. “It could the first Paris-Roubaix in rainy conditions in a long time, since 2002 if I remember correctly”, Vanmarcke says.

It would be the first, rainy edition of the classic for most of the peloton, including Vanmarcke. “I have raced on cobbles in wet conditions before, but not Paris-Roubaix. Indeed, things get more slippery, technical, and treacherous.”

Rain or no rain, Israel Start-Up Nation did showcase, in the last few one-day races, that it is ready for Paris-Roubaix. “We finished multiple times in the top-10 with different riders in races that can be seen as a warm-up to Paris-Roubaix. That will definitely give us confidence towards Sunday,” says the Belgian.

He continues: “Apart from having a good line-up for this race, the Factor bike is ready, too. We did some recon rides last week on the course, and I tested out some of our material. I know which Maxxis tires I want to run and how much pressure is comfortable on the cobbles.”

Sports Director Dirk Demol, who won Paris-Roubaix in 1988, will cover the 257-kilometer race by car, directing the team over the cobbled sections. He says that doing the recon last week gave the team a lot of information. “Definitely material-wise, as Sep explained, but also about the condition of the sectors. Some of them have moss and grass in between the cobbles, which make them extra slippery. The farmers have already started harvesting their fields, meaning that there are sectors with mud on them.”

“I speak from experience”, he continues, “when it is wet, and now especially in this part of the season, it is going to be very treacherous. I did Paris-Roubaix in wet conditions, and it is another kind of race.”

Israel Start-Up Nation’s line-up for Paris-Roubaix (03/10):

  • Rudy Barbier
  • Hugo Hofstetter
  • Jenthe Biermans
  • Tom Van Asbroeck
  • Sep Vanmarcke
  • Guillaume Boivin
  • Mads Würtz Schmidt

— Sjors Beukeboom to israelcyclingacademy.com

Primus Classic: Sénéchal y Deceuninck no paran

Redacción / Ciclo 21

La décima edición de la Clásica Primus, dedicada a los excorredores Raymond Impanis y Peter Van Petegem -tras la ausencia del pasado año- tiene como nuevo nombre en su palmarés al francés del Deceuninck -61 victorias 2021 tras de la de Almeida en Luxemburgo-, Florian Sénechal, tras ser el mejor tras los 197,7 kilómetros entre Brakel y Haacht.

El reciente ganador de etapa en la Vuelta a España fue el mejor de la fuga buena -ayudado por Mikkel Honoré– de la prueba superando en meta a los belgas Tosh Van der Sande (Lotto) y Jasper Stuyven (Trek) que completaron el podio. Un grupo en el que circulaban Alaphilippe y Mathieu Van der Poel, pero en el caso del neerlandés se quedó atrás por un pinchazo

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CLASIFICACIÓN

Dorsales y palmarés tras la publicidad y el directo

 

DORSALES OFICIALES

DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP
1 Alaphilippe, Julian
2 Stybar, Zdenek
3 Ballerini, Davide
4 Lampaert, Yves
5 Honore, Mikkel
6 Sénéchal, Florian
7 Bagioli, Andrea

AG2R CITROËN TEAM
12 Dewulf, Stan
13 Gougeard, Alexis
14 Jullien, Anthony
15 Naesen, Lawrence
16 Naesen, Oliver
17 Van Hoecke, Gijs

BORA-HANSGROHE
21 Laas, Martin
22 Meeus, Jordi
23 Aleotti, Giovanni
24 Schillinger, Andreas
25 Selig, Rüdiger
26 Walls, Matthew
27 Palzer, Anton

COFIDIS
31 Consonni, Simone
32 Drucker, Jempy
33 Morin, Emmanuel
34 Carvalho, André
35 Sajnok, Szymon
36 Haas, Nathan
37 Zingle, Axel

EF EDUCATION-NIPPO
41 Arroyave, Daniel
42 Beppu, Fumiyuki
43 Nakane, Hideto
45 Langeveld, Sebastian
46 Owen, Logan
47 Van Den Berg, Julius

INTERMARCHÉ-WANTY-GOBERT
51 van der Hoorn, Taco
52 De Pooter, Dries
53 Devriendt, Tom
54 Vliegen, Loic
55 De Gendt, Aimé
56 van Poppel, Boy
57 van Poppel, Danny

ISRAEL START-UP NATION
61 Vanmarcke, Sep
62 Hofstetter, Hugo
63 Barbier, Rudy
64 Biermans, Jenthe
65 Sagiv, Guy
66 Van Asbroeck, Tom
67  Boivin, Guillaume

LOTTO SOUDAL
71 Conca, Filippo
72 Grignard, Sébastien
74 Malecki, Kamil
75 Oldani, Stefano
76 Thijssen, Gerben
77 Van der Sande, Tosh

TEAM DSM
81 Benoot, Tiesj
82 Gall, Felix
83 Combaud, Romain
84 Arensman, Thymen
85 Van Wilder, Ilan
86 Salmon, Martin
87 Van Uden, Casper

TEAM QHUBEKA NEXTHASH
91 Barbero, Carlos
92 Claeys, Dimitri
93 Brown, Connor
94 Lindeman, Bert-Jan
95 Nizzolo, Giacomo
96 Gogl, Michael
97 Clarke, Simon

TREK-SEGAFREDO
101 Stuyven, Jasper
102 Theuns, Edward
103 Kamp, Alexander
104 Liepins, Emils
105 Quarterman, Charlie
106 Egholm, Jakob
107 Skujins, Toms

ALPECIN-FENIX
111 van der Poel, Mathieu
112 De Tier, Floris
113 De Vreese, Laurens
114 De Bondt, Dries
115 Merlier, Tim
116 Van Keirsbulck, Guillaume
117 Vermeersch, Gianni

BINGOAL PAUWELS SAUCES WB
121 De Maeght, Dorian
122 Dupont, Timothy
123 Huys, Laurens
124 Paasschens, Mathijs
125 Castrique, Jonas
126 Venner, Quentin
127 Van Poppel, Sébastien

SPORT VLAANDEREN-BALOISE
131 Apers, Ruben
132 Colman, Alex
133 De Wilde, Gilles
134 Ghys, Robbe
135 Reynders, Jens
136 Warlop, Jordi
137 Vanhoof, Ward

ARKÉA-SAMSIC
141 Capiot, Amaury
142 Noppe, Christophe
143 Owsian, Lukasz
144 Russo, Clément
145 Anacona, Winner
146 Grondin, Donavan
147 Louvel, Matis

UNO-X PRO CYCLING TEAM
151 Blikra, Erlend
153 Juel Skivild, Robin
154 Kulset, Sindre
155 Saugstad, Lars
156 Urianstad, Martin
157 Johansson, Oskar

À BLOC CT
161 Appel, Stijn
162 Del Grosso, Bodi
163 Janssen, Adriaan
164 Paterson, Aden
165 Pluto, Martins
166 Sinschek, Nils

BEAT CYCLING
171 Bouts, Jordy
172 Budding, Martijn
173 Havik, Yoeri
174 Burger, Sven
175 Havik, Piotr
176 Museeuw, Stefano
177 Van Schip, Jan-Willem

EVOPRO RACING
181 Font Mas, Bernat
182 Eyskens, Jeroen
183 Monk, Cyrus
184 Corkery, Dillon
185 McDunphy, Conn
186 Siemons, Stijn
187 Rhim, Brendan

TARTELETTO – ISOREX
201 De Poorter, Maxime
202 Relaes, Jacob
203 Goeman, Andreas
204 Joseph, Thomas
205 Sefa, Ylber
206 Teugels, Lennert
207 Van de Kerkhove, Brent

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Primus Classic: Prueba en directo

Perfil de la edición 2021 @ Primus Classic

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La Clásica Primus, dedicada a los ex corredores Raymond Impanis y Peter Van Petegem, vivirá en 2021 su décima edición, tras la ausencia del pasado año. Tiene en su cuadro de honor especialistas en clásicas como Greg Van Avermaet Matteo Trentin y velocistas reputados caso de André Greipel y Fernando Gaviria. Esta prueba, que toma su nombre de la cerveza Primus, producida por la cervecería Haacht, el lugar donde se ubica la línea de meta, propone un recorrido de 197,7 kilómetros entre Brakel y Haacht con continuas cotas en su trazado para delicia de los aficionados belgas.

Nada más comenzar los ciclistas se toparán con el primer muro del día, Tenbosse, al que seguirán ZonnebloemstraatRue de St.-MarcoultRue de NivellesRue de Haut-IttreRue de Noirhat y Rue de Corbais, aunque la cosa se complica más en los 80 kilómetros finales, con una serie de paredes que no dejarán respiro a los aspirantes a la victoria (Chemin du RelaisChaussée d’OttenbourgMoskensstraatHolstheideSmeysberg Florivalstraat, algunas de ellas incluidas en el circuito del campeonato del mundo flamenco). Los últimos 44 km son más suaves, aunque todavía se ascenderán cotas como Bekestraat, Horenberg Hulstbergstraat, para por fin llegar a los 20 km finales en llano e incluso descenso, que podría permitir a algunos regresar a los puestos de cabeza en el probable pulso entre la fuga y los equipos interesados en el esprint.

La semiclásica belga es una de las últimas pruebas preparatorias para el Campeonato del Mundo de Flandes 2021, de ahí que haya logrado reunir a once formaciones WorldTour en la salida, con nombres como Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck), Mathieu Van der Poel (Alpecin) o Jasper Stuyven (Trek), que enriquecen un elenco que completan cinco equipos Profesionales y cuatro continentales. Carlos Barbero (Qhubeka) será el único ciclista español de la partida.

Recorrido de la edición 2021 @ Primus Classic

LIBRO DE RUTA

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Edición 2019: Edward Theuns

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DORSALES OFICIALES

DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP
1 Alaphilippe, Julian
2 Stybar, Zdenek
3 Ballerini, Davide
4 Lampaert, Yves
5 Honore, Mikkel
6 Sénéchal, Florian
7 Bagioli, Andrea

AG2R CITROËN TEAM
12 Dewulf, Stan
13 Gougeard, Alexis
14 Jullien, Anthony
15 Naesen, Lawrence
16 Naesen, Oliver
17 Van Hoecke, Gijs

BORA-HANSGROHE
21 Laas, Martin
22 Meeus, Jordi
23 Aleotti, Giovanni
24 Schillinger, Andreas
25 Selig, Rüdiger
26 Walls, Matthew
27 Palzer, Anton

COFIDIS
31 Consonni, Simone
32 Drucker, Jempy
33 Morin, Emmanuel
34 Carvalho, André
35 Sajnok, Szymon
36 Haas, Nathan
37 Zingle, Axel

EF EDUCATION-NIPPO
41 Arroyave, Daniel
42 Beppu, Fumiyuki
43 Nakane, Hideto
45 Langeveld, Sebastian
46 Owen, Logan
47 Van Den Berg, Julius

INTERMARCHÉ-WANTY-GOBERT
51 van der Hoorn, Taco
52 De Pooter, Dries
53 Devriendt, Tom
54 Vliegen, Loic
55 De Gendt, Aimé
56 van Poppel, Boy
57 van Poppel, Danny

ISRAEL START-UP NATION
61 Vanmarcke, Sep
62 Hofstetter, Hugo
63 Barbier, Rudy
64 Biermans, Jenthe
65 Sagiv, Guy
66 Van Asbroeck, Tom
67  Boivin, Guillaume

LOTTO SOUDAL
71 Conca, Filippo
72 Grignard, Sébastien
74 Malecki, Kamil
75 Oldani, Stefano
76 Thijssen, Gerben
77 Van der Sande, Tosh

TEAM DSM
81 Benoot, Tiesj
82 Gall, Felix
83 Combaud, Romain
84 Arensman, Thymen
85 Van Wilder, Ilan
86 Salmon, Martin
87 Van Uden, Casper

TEAM QHUBEKA NEXTHASH
91 Barbero, Carlos
92 Claeys, Dimitri
93 Brown, Connor
94 Lindeman, Bert-Jan
95 Nizzolo, Giacomo
96 Gogl, Michael
97 Clarke, Simon

TREK-SEGAFREDO
101 Stuyven, Jasper
102 Theuns, Edward
103 Kamp, Alexander
104 Liepins, Emils
105 Quarterman, Charlie
106 Egholm, Jakob
107 Skujins, Toms

ALPECIN-FENIX
111 van der Poel, Mathieu
112 De Tier, Floris
113 De Vreese, Laurens
114 De Bondt, Dries
115 Merlier, Tim
116 Van Keirsbulck, Guillaume
117 Vermeersch, Gianni

BINGOAL PAUWELS SAUCES WB
121 De Maeght, Dorian
122 Dupont, Timothy
123 Huys, Laurens
124 Paasschens, Mathijs
125 Castrique, Jonas
126 Venner, Quentin
127 Van Poppel, Sébastien

SPORT VLAANDEREN-BALOISE
131 Apers, Ruben
132 Colman, Alex
133 De Wilde, Gilles
134 Ghys, Robbe
135 Reynders, Jens
136 Warlop, Jordi
137 Vanhoof, Ward

ARKÉA-SAMSIC
141 Capiot, Amaury
142 Noppe, Christophe
143 Owsian, Lukasz
144 Russo, Clément
145 Anacona, Winner
146 Grondin, Donavan
147 Louvel, Matis

UNO-X PRO CYCLING TEAM
151 Blikra, Erlend
153 Juel Skivild, Robin
154 Kulset, Sindre
155 Saugstad, Lars
156 Urianstad, Martin
157 Johansson, Oskar

À BLOC CT
161 Appel, Stijn
162 Del Grosso, Bodi
163 Janssen, Adriaan
164 Paterson, Aden
165 Pluto, Martins
166 Sinschek, Nils

BEAT CYCLING
171 Bouts, Jordy
172 Budding, Martijn
173 Havik, Yoeri
174 Burger, Sven
175 Havik, Piotr
176 Museeuw, Stefano
177 Van Schip, Jan-Willem

EVOPRO RACING
181 Font Mas, Bernat
182 Eyskens, Jeroen
183 Monk, Cyrus
184 Corkery, Dillon
185 McDunphy, Conn
186 Siemons, Stijn
187 Rhim, Brendan

TARTELETTO – ISOREX
201 De Poorter, Maxime
202 Relaes, Jacob
203 Goeman, Andreas
204 Joseph, Thomas
205 Sefa, Ylber
206 Teugels, Lennert
207 Van de Kerkhove, Brent

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