Remco Evenepoel Wins Liège–Bastogne–Liège

Remco Evenepoel Wins Liège–Bastogne–Liège

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl (Belgium) - Press Release: The 22-year-old becomes the youngest Belgian in more than three decades to conquer a Monument.

Remco Evenepoel earned a place in the history books after capturing his first Monument at the age of 22 and becoming the first Belgian rider in more than a decade to triumph at Liège–Bastogne–Liège, the world’s oldest Monument. His success came on the back of a stratospheric performance – an all-out attack launched on the race’s most iconic climb, La Redoute, and a 30km time trial all the way to Liège, where he celebrated his biggest victory to date.

“It’s amazing, truly incredible! Liège-Bastogne-Liège is one of the races I dreamed about winning and to do this at my first participation makes me very proud and happy! I want to say a big thank you to everybody – my team and teammates, my family and my friends. They always kept believing in me, even when I had difficult days, and that’s why winning today feels even more special”, Remco said immediately after the finish.

Photo credit: ©Luc Claessen / Getty Images.

For more information about this article from Soudal Quick-Step Pro Cycling Team click here.

Source link

Other articles from Soudal Quick-Step Pro Cycling Team.

Sponsored Links:
Looking for new Cycling Glasses, Cycling Jerseys and Cycling Bib Shorts? We have a special discount if you Buy your Siroko products using our partner link:
Looking for Automation Solutions for your Processes? Visit to find Automation Suppliers, Product & Innovation News, Case Studies, Marketplace, etc.
Are you interested to advertise on, the main online bike Marketplace in Portugal? Contact us!
Are you interested to include your Link here, visible on all articles and marketplace product pages? Contact us!

© Soudal Quick-Step Pro Cycling Team /

Share this Article!

Interested? Submit your enquiry using the form below:

Only available for registered users. Sign In to your account or register here.

Big Crash during Liège–Bastogne–Liège 2022

Team DSM and Romain Bardet Win Tour of the Alps GC