Not even a time to properly celebrate a Vuelta España e . victory RYMCO EVENBUIL Immediately travel to Australia, where he is expected to be one of the main heroes of cycling world championship. With the Spanish adventure over, the Quick-Step champion departed for Wollongong, home of the World Championships, where he touched down on Tuesday, September 13. Evenepoel immediately joined the rest of the team, already in Australia with other leader Wout van Aert on orders from coach Sven Vanthourenhout. The Vuelta winner will take part in this World Championships time trial, scheduled for opening day on Sunday 18th, and in the online match on 25th, and promises to be stunning in both races.
Evenepoel: “Second or tenth doesn’t change my season”
Australian adventure RYMCO EVENBUIL However, it started with a small setback. The Belgian champion missed the first training session he was supposed to do with the rest of the squad. Due to accumulated fatigue in the Vuelta, during the long ride and the time zone change, eight hours between Europe and Oceania, the Quick-Step rider slept for longer than expected. After that, Evenpole took a short walk, cycling 24 km along the coasts near Wollongong and back to the hotel.
Then the Belgian spoke at the press conference about the date of the trial awaiting him on Sunday in which he will go in search of the title, having already won two medals previously in this test.
“I want to win, but I don’t want to say I’m the favourite,” said Remco Evenepoel. “I just won the Vuelta. Being second or tenth in the World Time Trial Championships isn’t going to change my season.”
A hundred special chassis to win the Vuelta Espana
As Evenepoel attempts to refocus on the World Championship challenge after the Vuelta euphoria, specialized Prepare a very special bike to celebrate victory in the Iberian Stage Race.
The manufacturer that supplies Quick-Step has created a limited edition frame that the young Belgian champion used on the final stage of the Vuelta.
that it Tarmac SL7 tire Flaming red, like the shirt that the Vuelta city chief was wearing. The frame is adorned with some personal details to celebrate Bramco and his success, such as the badge bearing the hero’s name, the Belgian flag, the number 22 (Eevenpole’s age and year of victory) and the inspiring phrase, “This is just the beginning.” The frame was produced in a hundred copies.
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