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Re: Mens' transfers and Rumors 2019-20
« Reply #270 on: October 28, 2019, 13:40 »
https://twitter.com/WielerFlits/status/1186276574053752837

Beat makes sense from a track viewpoint and they do plan to go PCT in 2021, but I'm really surprised that higher level teams aren't beating a path to his door. I rate him really highly.

so does van Schip himself, by the sound of it ;)

“I’ve seen that BEAT has taken enormous steps by thinking differently and acting differently. It’s an approach that suits me well, and that’s why I think it’s great to be part of this ambitious club,” said van Schip. “I’ve made the Olympics my main goal for 2020, and together we will follow a targeted process to make sure I’m optimally prepared. In the run-up to the Games, and afterward, I want to show that I can ride super hard and that we can see everyone off in the finale.”

Van Schip concluded with an appeal: “I want to demonstrate what I can do next year and show that the big teams have it wrong. But I can’t do it alone, so I invite everyone to be a part of this. We need cycling enthusiasts who stand firmly behind us, partners who support our process and race organizers who help create a good program. What I really like is that all this comes together at BEAT, a club with a community, ambitious partners and a road team that’s growing quickly. With this team we hope to grow into the UCI ProSeries and participate in the top-level competitions in 2021, where BEAT and I belong.”


https://www.beatcyclingclub.com/blogs/news/welkom-jan-willem
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