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"We have consequently selected our rather more mountain-hardy riders to ride here. Bartosz Huzarski and Iker Camano in particular have been showing good form in recent weeks. They will thus be our captains," Schulze says

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15.04.2014 @ 10:56 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Having already finished 15th in Tirreno-Adriatico, Bartosz Huzarski is ready to target more success against the best riders in the world when he lines up as NetApp-Endura leader in the Brabantse Pijl. He will be joined by Iker Camano as the Ducth team continue their prepatation for Liege-Bastogne-Liege.


Before NetApp – Endura finishes the Classics season at the end of the month with the Liege-Bastogne-Liege race, the team will be lining up for the Brabantse Pijl (Brabant Arrow) next Wednesday. Starting from Leuven, the race takes the riders over 26 hills and ends 203 kilometers later in Overijse. Last year Paul Voß achieved a good ninth position on the selective route. This year the Rostock rider will be missing from the start as a result of injury.


"It is important not to underestimate the Brabantse Pijl. We have consequently selected our rather more mountain-hardy riders to ride here. Bartosz Huzarski and Iker Camano in particular have been showing good form in recent weeks. They will thus be our captains. As always we intend to ride the race aggressively and make our mark on it," says Sport Direktor André Schulze.


After the cobbled hills of the Tour de Flandres and the 'pavés' of Paris Roubaix, the Brabant Arrow marks the annual transition between the cobbled classics in the northwest of Belgium and the difficult Côtes des Ardennes classic in the southeast. The hills in the Flemish Ardennes are in fact not quite so selective as those a week later in the Ardennes, but the peleton still has to climb a lot of meters on a total of 26 climbs. In this year's 54th edition of the Brabantse Pijl, Team NetApp – Endura wants to build on the good performances of the last two years.


Line-up: Cesare Benedetti, Iker Camano, Bartosz Huzarski, Jonathan McEvoy, Frantisek Padour, Erick Rowsell



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