Stybar extends with Deceuninck–QuickStep as Belgian squad build for the future
Zdenek Stybar has signed a new two-year contract with Deceuninck–QuickStep , continuing his role in the Belgian team's Classics squad while also helping and mentoring the team’s younger talents. Stybar will be 34 in December but won Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and E3 Harelbeke this spring and helped his teammates to success in others races, confirming his own ability and his generosity as a teammate. Deceuninck–QuickStep won 77 races in 2018 and have already won 41 races this season. Stybar is a former world cyclo-cross champion but successfully transferred to road racing in 2011 when he joined Patrick Lefevere’s set-up. The Czech rider has also won Strade Bianche and a stage at the Tour de France. He is on Deceuninck–QuickStep’s long list for this year’s Grande Boucle. "Extending my contract means a lot to me. I have a great relationship with everybody in the team and I’m happy that they always ...
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