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This Belgian is after less spring for a “good result” in Dauphiné, and is regarded as one of the strengths of BMC

Dylan Teuns is one of the benefits in BMC in the Critérium du Dauphiné (world tour), the eight-day French stage race that Sunday begins with a prologue in Valence.

Teuns collected this spring, a few close results (sixth in Paris-Nice, seventh in the Brabantse pijl, eleventh in the Basque country), but a resounding performance remained. Especially liege-Bastogne-Liege (20th) and the Walloon Arrow (30th) fell against. “After a difficult first part of the year charged to I for a short break, before resuming in Hammer Stavanger (last weekend, red). It was a short and intense race and a good warm-up for the Dauphiné. We see it from day to day, but my form is good. I’m going to give it their all and try to be a nice result to get,” says the 26-year-old rider.

In addition to Teuns also get the Italian Damiano Caruso and Brent Bookwalter a protected role at BMC. The rest of the team is comprised of the New Zealander Patrick Bevin, the Swiss Tom Bohli and Danilo Wyss and the American Joey Rosskopf.


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