Arensman looks back to his CX season

Arensman looks back to his CX season

After riding to 16th place in his first ever U23 CX World Championships race in Limburg last Sunday, Thymen Arensman has wrapped up a solid cross campaign. The 18-year old, who has seized strong results throughout the winter, is satisfied with his fast adaptation to the new category. "Overall I am really satisfied, of course I had some ups and downs but my season went as expected. It was hard to combine school and training, but that makes all the good results of the year even more special. It was not easy to…continue reading →
Arensman is ready for the 2018 CX Worlds

Arensman is ready for the 2018 CX Worlds

Tomorrow Thymen Arensman will be dressed in orange as he will represent the Dutch national team in the U23 CX Worlds Championships in Limburg. The 18-year and first year U23 is not feeling the pressure ahead of the most prestigious event in the cross calendar. "I am feeling really good. Last week I was a bit sick but I am feeling better now, I could train really well lately and I had some good results in the tests I did" points out Arensman. Bronze medalist in his first ever U23 Dutch National championships three…continue reading →
Arensman takes third in the U23 CX Nationals

Arensman takes third in the U23 CX Nationals

While the rest of his teammates are enjoying some shining sun and blue skies in Loutraki, Thymen Arensman raced today in Surhuisterveen the U23 CX Dutch National Championships. Under rainy and windy conditions our 18-year old and first year competing in the U23 ranks, powered to third in the race. Today's parcour presented a tough battle to all participants with mud making things harder from the very beginning. Our first year U23 showed his power early on and after overcoming some crashes of his rivals, Arensman quickly joined the leading trio. The three youngsters…continue reading →
Thymen Arensman: “In the Academy everything is more serious and professional”

Thymen Arensman: “In the Academy everything is more serious and professional”

Cyclocross, time trials, punchy climbs... Thymen Arensman can do it all! The 17-year old joined the Academy this winter and he is training ahead of his first season in the U23 ranks "I noticed already in my first weeks with the Academy that everything is a lot more serious and professional, and that will make me a better rider" highlights the Dutch youngster. Arensman is having a great winter in the Cyclocross circuit as he finished in seventh place in the last WorldCup round in Zeven in his first year in the U23 category.…continue reading →
The Academy signs Thymen Arensman for the upcoming two years

The Academy signs Thymen Arensman for the upcoming two years

Thymen Arensman, the current junior Dutch Cyclocross champion, will join the team for the next two seasons starting in 2018. The 17-year has finished his time as a junior and will debut in the U23 circuit as a rider of the SEG Racing Academy. "I have a very good feeling about joining the team. I am really attracted by the professionalism of the team and its staff as well as the international program that the races in. As a first year U23 everything will be about learning, and trying to improve and get…continue reading →
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