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Re: The Start-Up Nation of Cycling
« Reply #630 on: April 26, 2021, 13:14 »
Their season continues tomorrow and Monday with a couple of U23 events in Italy - Trofeo Piva and the Giro del Belvedere.

No wins or anything yet from the kids, but in these two events and another two Italian one day races more recently, there have been promising performances.

Trofeo Piva - Mackellar was the last surviving rider from the break and won the KoM. Hollyman was part of the chasing grp behind runaway winner Ayuso. Goldstein was active in the final also.

Giro del Belvedere - Another Ayuso victory. Goldstein again and Boucek were in the mix towards the end.

GP Industria & Commercio - Boucek finished in the same time as Ayuso, but unfortunately that was in a grp 20s down on the winner.

Gran Premio della Liberazione - A technical urban circuit with almost no flat according to Ben Moshe. He finished 6th, Jones in 9th and Goldstein was in one of the breaks.

Not sure if there is anything planned for the team before the Alpes Isère Tour in May, but the riders themselves could be busy with the main team. I'd be surprised if they weren't in the majority in Rwanda and some might even make an appearance in Hongrie.
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