Ronde de l’Isard

dev|Start: 17 September|Finish: 20 September

Team DSM coach Bennie Lambregts: “We head to the Ronde de l’Isard aiming for good day results. The opening stage should end in a sprint and the guys will work to set up Casper for that. The second day of racing has split stages, so in the morning there is a mountain top finish and we have a few options to play there, with Leo in good form. Then in the afternoon we have a TTT which all of the guys are really motivated to do well in after some practice at our Keep Challenging Center. After that we will look to our chances in the GC or day results, and see where we are best suited to get a result.”