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LIÈGE’22: Incredible Evenepoel!

LIÈGE’22: Incredible Evenepoel!

Liège-Bastogne-Liège Race Report: The ‘Enfant terrible’ of Belgian cycling, Remco Evenepoel, showed what he is made of on the roads to Liège. With a stunning…

Sunday, Apr 24

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Liège-Bastogne-Liège Race Report: The ‘Enfant terrible’ of Belgian cycling, Remco Evenepoel, showed what he is made of on the roads to Liège. With a stunning attack on La Redoute, he left the peloton and passed the break to hit the front and solo to the big win.

*** The full PEZ ‘Race Report’ very soon. *** Uncatchable Evenepoel Remco Evenepoel won his Liège-Bastogne-Liège on his race debut on Sunday and saved the spring for Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl. The Belgian talent crossed the finish line in Liège after 257 kilometres solo, after he placed the decisive attack on La Redoute. The other favourites were unable to close the gap. The Belgian party was completed by Quinten Hermans and Wout van Aert taking second and third. The big good-bye for Philippe Gilbert Parcours:
The Liège-Bastogne-Liège route has few changes from previous years: Due to construction work, the start this year is not in the Place-Saint Lambert in Liège, but a little further on in the Quai des Ardennes, where the race also returns 257.1 kilometres later for the finish. Map

The riders will have climbed the Côte de la Roche-en-Ardenne, the first of ten categorised climbs in the early part of the race. After more than 124 kilometres comes the Côte de Saint-Roch, which is steep, but not be decisive. After 157 kilometres the action will start in Vielsalm as the Côte de Mont-le-Soie comes 10 kilometres later. Then comes five well-known climbs within less than 40 kilometres: The Côte […]

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