70 kilometers of solo breakaway, Cian Uijtdebroeks wins the West Bohemian GP after a huge number

Our young compatriot Cian Uijtdebroeks put on a stunning performance this Sunday at the West Bohemian Grand Prix. Absolutely imperial on the roads of the Czech Republic, the future rider from Bora-Hansgrohe flew over this race reserved for juniors.

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Uijtdebroeks won solo after a phenomenal 70 kilometer raid. He relegated the competition to almost four minutes. German Luis-José Lührs and Czech Adam Seeman took second and third places.

The West Bohemian Grand Prix was contested over 133 kilometers around Kysice. The peloton covered 10 laps of a hilly circuit. Uijtdebroeks started alone in the 5th loop. He was well protected by his teammates, but above all he was very solid to stand up to a field that has never seen him again.

The winner of Kuurne-Bruxelles-Kuurne juniors in 2020 gets another success. Already linked to Bora-Hansgrohe, Cian continues his apprenticeship at Auto Eder, the nursery of the World Tour training.

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