Meanwhile in the pack | Bicycles Strade Trek women stolen


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Bicycles Brand, Van Dijk and colleagues stolen

On the eve of the Strade Bianche, the ladies of Trek-Segafredo suffered a blow. They have to start on spare bikes, because six of their bikes have been stolen from the team bus. So a loss for Lucinda Brand and Ellen van Dijk. More than a year ago, a bicycle was also stolen from Van Dijk …

Van der Poel and Van Aert explore Strade

The Strade Bianche is approaching and Mathieu van der Poel and Wout van Aert top many favorite lists. The two cyclocross toppers can do with curves and unpaved surfaces, so it should be written on their body. Both have explored in the killer heat, images of which have appeared on Twitter.

Mayor saves Boels-Dolmans

That was close, they must have thought with Boels-Dolmans. The Dutch women’s team is preparing for the Strade Bianche on Saturday, but then they must be able to demonstrate before the start that they do not have riders with corona on board. Boels-Dolmans eventually needed the local mayor to get corona tests.

Wrong of the team or not? Team leader Danny Stam poses with the WE that he finds it strange that the teams have to provide tests. “I think the UCI should take responsibility for this. They make the protocol. It is now like this: you have to be tested, find out for yourself. I had arranged the tests in Italy in advance, but when we arrived they said: this is not going to happen. I think a lot of teams have to do with this. I just think the UCI and the organization should facilitate something like that. ”

Dennis doesn’t get any money from Bahrain McLaren

Do you remember: Rohan Dennis who put his bike on the side of the road in the 2019 Tour de France and disappeared? The Australian made it impossible for Bahrain McLaren to make that decision and his team fired him immediately. Case closedYou might think, but Dennis thought he was still claiming salary and wanted to have his legal costs offset.

The UCI arbitration committee has reviewed the case in recent weeks and decided to close the case this week. Dennis can whistle for his money, although he can still appeal. The time trialist is now under contract with Team INEOS. (Photo: Twitter Ellen van Dijk)


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