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"This season I finished as 13th in Gent-Wevelgem. I would like to discover my limits in this kind of race." 

Photo: Kristof Ramon / Wanty-Groupe Gobert


13.10.2016 @ 19:01 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Pieter Vanspeybroeck will join Wanty-Groupe Gobert in 2016. The Belgian rider signed a two-year contract with Jean-François Bourlart's team.

"It was a good season for me but I think I can do more with a better race program. The faith the team puts in me to obtain good results also weighed in on my decision to choose this team", the 29-year-old rider said. 

Pieter Vanspeybroeck comes from the team Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise. He enjoyed a particularly succesful season with his team this year, he finished 24 times in the first ten of UCI-races. He got the fourth place in de Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt (1.HC) and the 7th place in the GC of the Baloise Belgium Tour. He won the Omloop Mandel-Leie-Schelde Meulebeke (1.2).


"This year I could play my own card. I managed to get good results. I'm not a pure sprinter. I'm pretty fast in a small peloton and I can survive the climbs. Races likes the Tour of Luxemburg and the Baloise Belgium Tour suit me to the core", he explains. 

The former winner of the Sparkassen Giro wants to test himself in the Spring Classics.


"This season I finished as 13th in Gent-Wevelgem. I would like to discover my limits in this kind of race."

The sixth of the Brussels Cycling Classic is really keen to help the sprinter Kenny Dehaes 


"If the team needs me it won't be a problem to support Kenny Dehaes. I did it two years ago for Edward Theuns."

Sports director Hilaire Van der Schueren is looking forward to working with Pieter Vanspeybroeck.


"I think we haven't seen his real potential. He can achieve great results next year. I hope he'll make a step forward by coming to our team. He can take the place of Dimitri Claeys."



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