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“This race is a miniature version of the Amstel Gold Race with narrow roads and punchy hills that again and again change the rhythm and force a selection. We have several riders suited to the Volta Limburg Classic."

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ALEX KIRSCH

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GERALD CIOLEK

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LASSE NORMAN HANSEN

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MICHAEL CARBEL

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MICHAEL REIHS

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RASMUS GULDHAMMER

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ROMAIN LEMARCHAND

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VOLTA LIMBURG CLASSIC

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28.03.2016 @ 22:10 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Stölting have announced their line-ups for the Three Days of De Panne and Volta Limburg Classic.

 

The 2.HC race Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde starts on Tuesday and consists of four stages over three days. Stage 1 starts at the Belgian North Sea coast before heading inland to Zottegem. Over 198.2 km the riders will have to climb the Edelare, Leberg, Berendries, Tenbosse, and Muur van Geraardsbergen, some of those several times. Stage 2 takes the peloton back to the coast via a.o. Monteberg and Kemmelberg, before finishing in Koksijde, which is likely to end in a sprint after 211.1 km - dependant on the threat of crosswinds. Thursday's penultimate stage starts with a 111.5 km flat stage, before the final 14.2 km individual time trialraces through the resort towns of De Panne and Koksijde decides the race overall.

Team Stölting Service Group lines up in Flanders with Alex Kirsch (LUX), Jonas Tenbrock (GER), and five Danes: Mads Pedersen won the U23 edition of Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday, Alexander Kamp returns to racing after a period of illness. Lasse Norman Hansen makes his road debut for the team. Michael Reihs and Michael Carbel round out the squad.

“De Panne is known for being a very stressful race,” says Sports Director André Steensen. “There's always a fight for positions so that you're not caught behind when the peloton splits on climbs or cobblestone sections, in crosswinds or after crashes on the narrow roads through towns. We’ll meet hard competition once again, but look forward to building on the progress we’ve been having from race to race. For me, this race is all about riding together as a team, being one unit and showing that we stick together and fight with passion in Team Stölting Service Group.”
 

Line-up

Michael Carbel (DEN)
Alexander Kamp (DEN)
Alex Kirsch (LUX)
Lasse Norman Hansen (DEN)
Mads Pedersen (DEN)
Michael Reihs (DEN)
Jonas Tenbrock (GER)

On Saturday the team moves across the border to the Netherlands for the Volta Limburg Classic. The 198 km race starts and finishes in Eijsden and is very demanding, including 28 short climbs. It goes up and down almost like in a maze on narrow streets in southern Limburg, with a short detour to Belgium.

Team Stölting Service Group lines up with eight riders in Eijsden: Germans Gerald Ciolek, Christian Mager, Jonas Tenbrock, and Fabian Wegmann are joined by Danes Rasmus Guldhammer and Michael Reihs as well as Alex Kirsch (LUX) and Romain Lemarchand (FRA).

Sports Director André Steensen says: “This race is a miniature version of the Amstel Gold Race with narrow roads and punchy hills that again and again change the rhythm and force a selection. We have several riders suited to the Volta Limburg Classic, and we want to perform well as a team and ride for a good result.”

 

Line-up

Gerald Ciolek (GER)
Rasmus Guldhammer (DEN)
Alex Kirsch (LUX)
Romain Lemarchand (FRA)
Christian Mager (GER)
Michael Reihs (DEN)
Jonas Tenbrock (DEN)
Fabian Wegmann (GER)

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