Flèche Brabançonne (April 14) – Amstel Gold Race (April 18)


BOB JUNGELS : “Find my best sensations”

“After two difficult races, Paris-Nice and the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, hampered by a problem in my back, I took a week to solve this by undergoing different medical and dental exams to take stock of what was not working well. I also changed my position on the bike, and I changed cleats and shoes. I then went to Mallorca for a dozen days of training where everything went very well. I hope everything will go as well in the race because I’m really motivated to show myself on Wednesday at the Flèche Brabançonne and find my best sensations on the bike. I do not want to talk about specific objectives, I will just do everything to be at the front with the best before heading to the three Ardennes races which are important goals for me.”BOB JUNGELS

The number

3

In 2020, Benoit Cosnefroy finished third at the Flèche Brabançonne behind Julian Alaphilippe and Mathieu Van der Poel.

The news

Greg Van Avermaet and Oliver Naesen have raced the mostu

With 23 days each, Oliver Naesen and Greg van Avermaet are the riders on the AG2R CITROEN Team who have the most days of racing so far this season.