April issue of Procycling out now

Greg Van Avermaet on the cover of the April issue of Procycling Magazine

It’s just a few days until the Tour of Flanders and one of the favourite riders to claim the victory is Greg Van Avermaet. The Olympic champion and 2017 Paris-Roubaix winner has won almost every major Belgian classic there is, but the one title that still eludes him is Flanders, despite the fact he has twice been runner-up and in the top 10 a further five times. Van Avermaet goes into this year’s cobbled classics campaign as the undisputed leader of his CCC Team, a squad which has undergone significant transformation last winter since the change of sponsorship from BMC. Procycling met with Van Avermaet as he prepared to start his spring campaign, to talk about chasing that Flanders victory, how winning the Olympic title in Rio changed things for him, and adjusting to life at the new-look CCC Team. "I’m almost 34 and still haven’t won Flanders. But I ...

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