Tim Merlier, which debuted on Wednesday, with a second place finish in the opening stage of the Baloise Belgum Tour with his new team Corendon-Go. “A good number of entrants, I’m not disappointed,” said the 26-year-old cyclist.
“I’m so glad that I have a contract I have been given by Corendon-Go. Now, I can make a team’s season machines. Over the last few months, I got some kermiskoersen and told me the condition. In addition, I worked with the physiotherapist specifically for strength training. I was confident in my sprint. So, I am where I am now.”
Thursday the following is a slightly bigger part of the coast-to-coast Zottegem. “We have to see how I got there, the paint will come out. It was, perhaps, on the paper is not a difficult step, but with the rain and the cold made it difficult.”
“Which team will I be in the next few veldritseizoen it will work, I can not say it. That will be a later date to be communicated. I can focus on my work with this team.”