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"Linus was looking strong, worked a lot as well and I'm sure he'll be doing well in next weekend's Criterium International."  

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23.03.2015 @ 01:04 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

CULT Energy Pro Cycling were on the move from the gun in today’s 208 kilometer long French one-day race, Cholet – Pays De Loire where Christian Mager and Linus Gerdemann represented the team in the long-lasting breakaway. Home turf favorite Pierrick Fedrigo won the race.


The first front group including Christian Mager made it last until 70 kilometers to go where they were swept up by the chase group with Linus Gerdemann but the peace didn’t last long as Thomas Voeckler (Europcar), Pierrick Fedrigo (Bretagne-Séché), Cedric Pineau (FDJ), Julien Duval (Armée de Terre) and Timothy Dupont (Roubaix-Lille Métropole) launched a counter-attack and started building up a new gap to the big chase group. 


Entering the final 25 kilometers, Fedrigo decided it was time to go and was hammering on alone in the front of the race while the remainder of the break were caught by the chase group including CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s Linus Gerdemann. However, no one was able to bring back Fedrigo who made it all the way to the finish line to celebrate his well-earned victory.

 

CULT Energy Pro Cycling German rider Gerdemann finished 13th, DS Michael Skelde reports:


"It was good to see both Christian (Mager) and Linus (Gerdemann) on the front of the race today. Being a neo pro, Christian was challenged with the hardness of the race and he was in a situation where he was forced to take responsibility in the chase and he simply lost power eventually. Linus was looking strong, worked a lot as well and I'm sure he'll be doing well in next weekend's Criterium International."  

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