Cycling – Remco Evenepoel Discloses Schedule For His Debut
Remco Evenepoel has drawn up the plans for his first season as an expert cyclist, deciding on a light calendar that will see him finish close to 55 days of hustling with WorldTour furnish Deceuninck-QuickStep in 2019.
The Belgian is generally viewed as the most encouraging youthful cyclist in the game, not slightest after he won both the lesser time preliminary and street race titles at the ongoing UCI Road World Championships.
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Once in the past a promising footballer, Evenepoel just changed to cycling two or three years back and, in the wake of overwhelming the lesser positions, he has marked for one of the world’s best groups, Quick-Step Floors, from 2019, avoiding the U23 positions completely.
Group proprietor Patrick Lefevere declared in October that he had marked a multi-year manage window producer Deceuninck as title patron for 2019 and past.
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Snappy Step are practicing alert and facilitating Evenepoel in delicately in his first expert crusade one year from now.
He will begin with one short stage race for every month, starting in Argentina at the Vuelta a San Juan in late January, trailed by the Volta ao Algarve in late February, the Volta a Catalunya in late March, and the Tour of Turkey in late April.
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After those underlying 26 days of hustling, Evenepoel will then enjoy a reprieve before setting out on the second 50% of his season, which is up ’til now unclear.
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