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Current national champion André Greipel and teammate Marcel Sieberg will start in Bensheim, a town near Frankfurt. They have to cover eight laps of 25.6 kilometres, a total of 204.8 kilometres.

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27.06.2015 @ 19:04 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

On Sunday 28th June the road race for the national title is scheduled in several European countries. In Germany, France, the Netherlands and Norway Lotto Soudal riders will start. Here you find an overview of what André Greipel, Marcel Sieberg, Tony Gallopin, Pim Ligthart and Vegard Breen can expect.

 

Germany

Current national champion André Greipel and teammate Marcel Sieberg will start in Bensheim, a town near Frankfurt. They have to cover eight laps of 25.6 kilometres, a total of 204.8 kilometres. The course is a bit hilly and shouldn’t be underestimated. Greipel could win the title for the third consecutive year.

 

France

The French road race will take place in the region of Chantonnay, in the west of France. After 12.2 kilometres the peloton will start sixteen laps of 14.7 kilometres, at the end they will have raced 247.4 kilometres. Tony Gallopin will be the only Lotto Soudal rider in a race that looks pretty hard, with a few hills. He will have to beat strong teams like FDJ, Europcar, Cofidis and AG2R.

 

The Netherlands

The Dutch road race takes place around Emmen, in the north of the country. First the peloton has to do two loops, then ten local laps of thirteen kilometres, that’s 250 kilometres on a flat course. Pim Ligthart is the only Lotto Soudal rider at the start, he won the title in 2011. Some big names won’t take the start: Bauke Mollema, Robert Gesink and Tom-Jelte Slagter.

 

Norway

Vegard Breen races in Lillehammer, which hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 1994. He has to cover 183 kilometres. First there are five laps of 21 kilometres, then three longer laps of 26 kilometres. It’s a hilly profile and the finish is slightly uphill.

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