David Dekker graduates to Jumbo Visma

We are delighted to announce our first graduate of the 2020 season, as David Dekker has inked a two-year deal with Jumbo Visma. The 22-year old and the current Dutch U23 Road Race champion will transition onto the WorldTour squad ahead of the beginning of the year. "I'm very happy, as I've been working towards this goal for a long time now and seeing that I'll actually make the move to the professional ranks with such a highly-talented and well-respected team, it's something beyond belief. The confidence the SEG Racing Academy has given…continue reading →

The Academy will have a training camp in Limburg

We are happy to announce that we will be organizing a team training camp in the Limburg area starting next week on the 22nd, and running all the way until the 28th of July. This way, our talents will be able to properly prepare their form and condition for the action-packed remainder of the season, in which we will aim to keep up the strong start which saw our riders bringing home three wins in just four racing days.  All the attending riders and staff will following strict sanitary measures, and in accordance…continue reading →

Jordi Meeus takes the lead after the first stage

The second SEG eRacing U19 and U23 Stage race kicked off yesterday on RGT Cycling. The opening stage was ridden in the flat and fast Borrego Springs Criterium circuit, that featured a total of 38,5 km. This parcour had been ridden three different times in previous SEG eRacing Series, with Academy's David Dekker and Jordi Meeus (twice) taking home the win in a bunch sprint.  The race was off to a fast start with a couple of attempts of making it up the road and the first move that really stuck, was a…continue reading →

Harrison Wood suffers a crash on training

Sadly, we have to report that our talented climber, Harrison Wood, was involved in a accident with a car on Saturday while training in Torquay, South West of England. The 20-year old was driven to a nearby hospital and the x-ray images and blood tests discarded any fracture or any major injury. However, Wood will undergo a recovery process to heal up some internal bruising on his right leg monitored by the Academy's medical staff, as he builds his path to be back out training soon.  Harrison Wood:"On Saturday, I was involved in…continue reading →

No luck in GP Vermarc

Today's GP Vermarc, marked our comeback to the road racing scene since mid-March, when the COVID-19 outbreak happened. Our clothing partner, Vermarc, worked hard on putting together this Kermesse so they could provide several teams and riders with an opportunity to be back on the road with an organized competition.  The race feature a total of 10 laps over a 16 km long circuit. It was a fast start and quickly a large breakaway went up the road with Milan Paulus representing the Academy flag. The 14-man group was allowed close to two…continue reading →

Preview GP Vermarc

After a long break due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are happy to be back on the road for a Kermesse in Belgium organized by our partner Vermarc. The Belgian-based company made a step ahead during this difficult times, and put together this event in which four of our talents will be able to compete with some of the best teams and riders in the peloton. The race will feature a 16,4 km long parcour that the bunch will tackle a total of ten times.  Lineup GP Vermarc: David Dekker, Jordi Meeus, Milan…continue reading →