Trek-Segafredo hoping to change fortunes after disappointing Tour of Flanders

Trek-Segafredo's Mads Pedersen and Edward Theuns climb the Muur van Geraardsbergen during the Tour o

Trek-Segafredo general manager Luca Guercilena says that the team needs to turn the page and move forward after a disappointing Tour of Flanders . The team are now looking to Paris-Roubaix to take a win out during this year’s spring campaign. Having looked like they might be back on track with John Degenkolb’s second place at Gent-Wevelgem eight days ago, Trek appeared to be back to square one at Flanders. While Degenkolb and Jasper Stuyven made the top 30, last year’s runner-up Mads Pedersen failed to finish. The young Dane subsequently went around all of the members of the team, from directeur sportifs to soigneurs, apologising for the result. There were high expectations coming into this spring, and the poor performance has left the team scratching their heads. “If you exclude Gent-Wevelgem, it’s a big block of the Classics that we are really suffering on the cobbled climbs. I think ...

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