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Aevolo Cycling hangs tough in its European adventure

Aevolo Cycling hangs tough in its European adventure

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U.S. Continental team Aevolo Cycling is almost at the end of its European adventure with the young squad taking part in a final dash of kermesses before heading home for the U.S. nationals.

The development team has competed in a number of European races including the International Tour of Rhodes, where they secured a top-ten overall with Jared Scott, and the Flèche du Sud, where the squad were unfortunate to miss out on a key split.

The trip to Europe has allowed the ten-rider roster to gain vital European racing experience under the guidance of manager and former professional, Mike Creed.

“It’s gone pretty well but we’ve had a lot of bad luck this season with illness and sickness,” Creed told VeloNews from the team’s current base in Belgium.

“That meant that we had to pull out of a stage race because we simply didn’t have enough people to start it. That was a bit of a bummer but we’ve got a young crew and they’re racing well. We did Flèche du Sud and we were in the hunt for a top-10 overall with Jarred Scott. We missed the split in the cross-wind with him but he still had the ability.” Still over here thinkin’ about #flechedusud22 and how Cooper Johnson got into the break on the final day and finished top 10! #letsgochamp pic.twitter.com/0DOyOI5cU4 — […]

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