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“It’s a chance for the guys to get some more race days in the legs, particularly Stefan Küng who is only just starting his season now. We have Taylor Phinney and Tom Bohli for the time trial and Rick Zabel for the sprints,...

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BEN HERMANS

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DRIEDAAGSE DE PANNE

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TAYLOR PHINNEY

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VOLTA LIMBURG CLASSIC

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28.03.2016 @ 09:00 Posted by Andy Pedersen

BMC Racing Team will continue the Spring Classics campaign at Driedaagse de Panne-Koksijde and Volta Limburg Classic next week. Sports Director Max Sciandri said Driedagse de Panne-Koksijde is a good transition race in between some of the bigger Classics.

 

“It’s a chance for the guys to get some more race days in the legs, particularly Stefan Küng who is only just starting his season now. We have Taylor Phinney and Tom Bohli for the time trial and Rick Zabel for the sprints, so it’s a well-rounded team.”

 

“I really like racing in Belgium and we’re bringing a good group of young guys to Driedaagse de Panne-Koksijde. I’m looking forward to the time trial and also using the race to build up some more days in the legs at this time of the year,” Phinney said.

 

On the eve of Ronde Van Vlaanderen, BMC Racing Team will race at Volta Limburg Classic, a race won by Stefan Küng last year.

 

“We have Dylan Teuns who was on the podium last year in third place, as well as some really strong riders who are coming in with some solid race days in their legs. I expect we’ll be up there in the mix,” Sports Director Jackson Stewart said.

 

“It’s always nice to go back to a race where you have had results in the past, so I’m looking forward to Volta Limburg Classic and obviously would like to do well again this year,” Teuns confirmed.

 

Driedaagse de Panne-Koksijde (29-31 March):

Rider roster: Tom Bohli, Floris Gerts, Stefan Küng, Taylor Phinney, Michael Schär, Dylan Teuns, Loïc Vliegen and Rick Zabel.

 

Volta Limburg Classic (2 April):

Rider roster: Tom Bohli, Brent Bookwalter, Floris Gerts, Ben Hermans, Taylor Phinney, Manuel Senni, Dylan Teuns and Loïc Vliegen.

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