Wout van Aert rides this month, after the Dauphine, the Tour de France. This is a team with Jumbo-Visma announced Monday.
Van Aert put on the Tour is the next step in his career, it sounds like it is in the national team. ‘Van is ready for the next step, ” says Jonathan Mariner, director of the Team and the Jumbo-Visma. “He’s an addition to our team. He did not have too many race days will be oddly and Van offers are ideal preparation. After the Tour, he rode in the Prudential Ride it, and then start to prepare for his cross-season.’
Van Aert themselves, who on Sunday finished third in the first stage of the Dauphiné, he made the news known via social media:
“I’ve got great news,” says our compatriot. “I’m going to have my debut in a grand tour a little earlier than expected. I will be at the start of the Tour de France next month. It is just amazing to me. I want to be in the team, thank you for this opportunity and my family for the support. I am very motivated to work with a team to start to come out. It will be a tough experience. See you soon in Brussels!’
No Roglic, but Kruijswijk
Just like last year, draws the Team’s Jumbo Visma, in July, the Tour de France with a great sprint, and donít have any gc ambitions. By 2018, it produced a fourth, and a fifth place in the overall standings, and with two sprint victories by Dylan Groenewegen. In addition, it won Primoz Roglic in the second-to-last day of the queen’s stage over the Tourmalet and the Aubisque. In the third and a two-time winner of the Giro d’italia hits the French stage race this year.
Team and the Jumbo-Visma expects it to once again be on the fast legs, Groenewegen, and for the scores on the continuous and Steven Kruijswijk. Both leaders will be supported by compatriot Mike Teunissen, the Norwegian Amund Jansen, the German Tony Martin, the New Zealander George Bennett, and the Belgian Tourdebutanten, Wout van Aert and Laurens De Plus. Of the eight, to appear in Brussels at the start, after one particular hoogtestage