Brussels – Sprinter Dylan Groenewegen has prolonged his stick with up-and-coming Dutch biking group Jumbo-Visma intil 2023, the rider stated on Monday.
The 26-year-old Groenewegen has received 4 levels within the Excursion de France, and can be simply certainly one of a plethora of big-names at the formidable outfit’s roster within the coming seasons.
“I joined the group on the age of 22. Since then, I’ve progressed so much,” he advised Jumbo’s site.
“This took place to each and every rider who joined the group. We began at 0 and glance the place we are actually,” he added.
Vuelta a Espana winner in Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic and new recruit former global and Giro d’Italia champion Tom Dumoulin will goal Grand Excursion wins for subsequent season.
In contrast to Britain’s Crew Ineos, Jumbo goal level wins in addition to general titles.
The 26-year-old Groenewegen, whose taste has been in comparison to that of British sprinter Mark Cavendish, received two levels at the 2018 Excursion and some other two this yr.
All the way through the race in July, Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk got here 3rd general as they marked themselves out as primary avid gamers.
Mike Teunissen received the outlet level to put on the yellow jersey, Jumbo then received the group time-trial and break-out all rounder Wout van Aert received in a crosswind with Groenewegen’s enter taking their level tally to 5.