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"Just like in Etruschi, I hope we have several cards to play in the finale, which traditionally is  fairly disorganized because only a few teams have more than one rider in the front group."

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14.02.2015 @ 10:38 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Thursday February 19th, Cult Energy Pro Cycling will participate in Trofeo Laigueglia – an Italian one-day race covering 191.8 kilometers near the Eastern seaboard in Liguria. Throughout the years, the race has been dominated by Italian riders but once in a while, other nationalities have taken glory like Eddy Merckx in 1973 and 1974, Rolf Sørensen in 1990 and 1994 and Luxembourgian, Kim Kirchen in 2005. Last year, José Serpa took the win after staying on the wheel of his breakaway companion, Patrick Sinkewitz for the last 5 kilometers of the race.

 

Cult Energy Pro Cycling DS Michael Skelde says:

 

“Laigueglia is a race that suits us well. There are several small climbs from 2-5 kilometers in lengths just like the climbs in Liege-Bastogne-Liege. The final in Laigueglia is tough, but it often ends with a small front group sprint for victory. Just like in Etruschi, I hope we have several cards to play in the finale, which traditionally is  fairly disorganized because only a few teams have more than one rider in the front group. We hope that we seize the opportunity in the finale and get the maximum out of it. For me the win isn’t all-important. I’ll mainly focus on our riding style and approach in gerenal. It’s important that we stick to the plan and the victories will come eventually.”

 

Cult Energy Pro Cycling’s line-up in the race: Linus Gerdemann, Gustav Larsson, Rasmus Guldhammer, Michael Reihs, Troels Vinter, Fabian Wegmann, Joel Zangerle and Christian Mager.

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