Marco Frigo to start his season at Coppi e Bartali

Our talented Italian climber, Marco Frigo, will kick-off his season tomorrow at Coppi e Bartali as a part o the Italian National Team. The 21-year old, who back in his first year in the category claimed the U23 Italian Road Race title, is looking forward to getting the season underway as he expects big things to come during the year. "I'll be approaching this race with a lot of confidence, but also after a long winter. It's been quite some time since I raced for the last time, so I'm really looking forward…continue reading →

Training Camp Limburg

From Friday to Sunday our team will get together in Watersley Sports & Talentpark in Limburg, The Netherlands, as we get ready for the upcoming races. We will be using this period to get to know each other, as most of the international riders will join as well. While the current situation is constantly changing which makes it difficult to make a good program, the team succeeded in this with the upcoming short training camp in Limburg, races in Greece (GP Rhodes and the International Tour of Rhodes) and a general training camp…continue reading →
Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn

Date of birth: 02/03/2000Country: Scotland, United KingdomPlace of residence: EdinburghHeight: 1.77 cm Weight:  67 kgBest result: 7th British CX NationalsFavorite pro rider(s):Tao Geoghegan Hart, because he is trying to use his position as a well, know professional to make a difference to diversity within the sport Why did you start cycling?Because of passion, the history, heroïc races and because I want to become the best. Name your specialties: All-rounder, focus on the Ardennes (puncher) and TT. What do you do besides cycling?Currently only focussing on cycling but want to pick up a study. What’s your…continue reading →
Tom Day

Tom Day

Date of birth 17-07-2002Country United KingdomPlace of residence Poole (United Kingdom)Height 183 cmWeight 70 kgBest result TT stage and GC winner Boucles de la Mayenne JuniorsFavorite pro rider(s) Graeme Obree Why did you start cycling? My father rode his MTB at the weekends and I started riding with him from the age of 10. I got the bug and joined my local cycling club. I loved the competitiveness of it, which drove me to train harder going up through the youth and junior ranks. Name your specialties: My specialty is the individual time…continue reading →
Dries de Pooter

Dries de Pooter

Date of birth 08-11-2002Country BelgiumPlace of residence Geel, BelgiumHeight 181 cmWeight 61 kgBest result 2020 Belgium Junior Road Race ChampionFavorite pro rider(s) Tom Dumoulin Why did you start cycling? I started cycling because my father and grandfather learned me riding my bike and after a few years when my football career was a bit done I made the switch to cycling and so it began Name your specialties:  I think my specialties are the efforts between 30-60 seconds and I am also not slow at the end of a hard race What do…continue reading →

Q&A with Jesper Rasch

Jesper Rasch has been off to a strong season start. After a strong ride in Le Samyn, he was our designed sprinter for GP Monseré last Sunday, in which he finished in a hard-fought 12th place after fighting it out with several big names. However, the season is just getting started, so we caught up with Jesper ahead of another block of training ahead of the next goals.  - How do you feel after the season start?Especially in Monseré was a race to show myself in the bunch sprint. In the final, I…continue reading →

Great fighting spirit by our talents in GP Monseré

Today's GP Monseré was our second appointment in our 2021 racing calendar. After a strong season debut in Le Samyn, where Daan Hoole proved his value by riding the whole day in the leading group against a very strong field, the morale and the vibe in the team were high. The race was off to a fast start and after several attempts, the breakaway was formed by 9 riders. Our Stan van Tricht showed the first example of our fighting spirit in the day and was part of that move. The leading group…continue reading →

GP Monsere Preview

After our season debut earlier this week at Le Samyn, we are ready of round two of our season with GP Monsére. The parcour presents a predominantly flat route that will see the peloton tackle a total of almost 200 km and up to 11 cobbled sections that will be key to decide the eventual day's winner. After a strong performance in Le Samyn, in which Daan Hoole showed his strength by riding all day long in the winning group, the morale and ambition of the team are high coming into the race. …continue reading →

De Pooter: “The Academy is the best place to develop myself as a U23”

Yesterday's Le Samyn, was the first outing in SEG Racing Academy colors for former Junior Belgian Road Race champion Dries de Pooter. The 18-year old talent joined the Academy straight from the junior ranks with the aim of finetuning his development and learning it all from our experienced staff. "I expect from the 2021 season that I will gain a lot of experience and just learn a bit more about myself in the hard races. I would like to work extra on my favorite short efforts between 30-60 seconds. Also, I would like…continue reading →

Daan Hoole fights with the best in our season debut

Today's Le Samyn featured our season debut. A really strong field together with a challenging parcour were on the menu for seven of our talents as we got our season underway. The race was off to a fast start as it took more than one hour of racing to form the breakaway. Eventually, it was a group of five riders the ones that went up the road, with the bunch allowing a maximum gap of a bit over three minutes. Once the race hit the roads of the local laps the pace was…continue reading →