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BART DE CLERCQ

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CHALLENGE MALLORCA

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19.01.2016 @ 18:53 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

A new cycling season has started! At the moment a Lotto Soudal team is racing in Australia, at the Tour Down Under. Next week a group of riders will head to Mallorca. From January 28-31, the Challenge Mallorca is scheduled. This Europe Tour race consists of four individual races and a team can select different riders each day. After the Challenge Mallorca Lotto Soudal stays on the Spanish island for a few more days to train.

 

The first race in France is again the GP La Marseillaise, on January 31. Three days later Etoile de Bessèges begins, a five-day stage race on French soil. Both races are part of the Europe Tour.

 

These are the Lotto Soudal rosters for the upcoming races.

 

Lotto Soudal team Challenge Mallorca (28/01 – 31/01): 

Tiesj Benoot, Jasper De Buyst, Bart De Clercq, Jens Debusschere, Frederik Frison, André Greipel, Tomasz Marczynski, Jürgen Roelandts, Marcel Sieberg, Louis Vervaeke and Tim Wellens.

 

Sports directors: Herman Frison and Bart Leysen.

 

Lotto Soudal team GP La Marseillaise (31/01) and Etoile de Bessèges (03/02 – 07/02): 

Sander Armée, Stig Broeckx, Sean De Bie, Tony Gallopin, Maxime Monfort, Tosh Van der Sande, Jelle Vanendert and Jelle Wallays.

 

Sports directors: Frederik Willems and Marc Wauters (only Bessèges).

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