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The 39th SPIE International Junior Three Days is canceled

The 39th SPIE International Junior Three Days is canceled

Following the stricter measures of the R.I.V.M. in the Netherlands from Monday, March 23, they made the not unexpected decision for us to cancel our event, "The 39th SPIE International Junior Three Days, from May 22 to 24.

Video report 38th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 4

Video report 38th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 4

In the fourth stage of the SPIE International Juniors Three Days, the classification falls into its final fold. The American Quinn Simmons starts the final stage after two stage victories with a wide margin, but can he control the nerves in the Flemish hills? Find out in the video report below with again spectacular images!

Video report 38th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 2 and 3

Video report 38th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 2 and 3

The 2nd day of the 38th SPIE International Junior Three Days is traditionally dominated by the I.T.T. and the evening ride in line. The first contours of the final classification are visible here for the first time. Spectacle guaranteed, so watch the video report of stage 2 & 3 below.

Video report 38th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 1

Video report 38th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 1

Americans dominate in the first stage . See how Quinn Simmons attracts the 1st stage of the 38th SPIE International Junior Three Days. What a fantastic spectacle.
Juniors who race on the border of their abilities in the first stage of the 38th SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse. That is what you will see in the video below!

World Championships Cyclocross

World Championships Cyclocross

He already was European Champion Cyclcross, but now Thomas Pidcock won the World Championship Cyclocross for Elite cyclists in Bogense, Denmark. He won before the Belgian rider Eli Iserbyt and the French rider Antoine Benoist. 19 year old Britisch rider Pidcock was in the International Juniorendriedaagse in 2017 and you see him in te results at the 4th place. Although he mssed the podium, he collected more better results in 2018, such as Koksijde and the Telenet UCI Cyclocross World Cup.

His colleague Ben Tulett defended his world championship jersey for juniors in Bogense. He stood at the podium in the middle of the Belgian riders Witse Meeussen and Ryan Cortjens. Tulett was a well-known participating rider in the Internationale SPIE Juniorendriedaagse in his jersey of the World Champion Cyclocross of 2018. In the 2nd stage he was 4th. In other stage races he was also 2nd such as Ronde des Vallées and Oberösterreich Juniorenrundfahrt.

We congratulate the winners with their beautiful victory!

Video report 37th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 4

Video report 37th SPIE International Juniors Three day stage 4

Watch how Alexandre Balmer draws the 37th SPIE International Junior Days. Valentin Retailleau wins the 4th stage and for all results and rankings you can visit: http://www.juniorendriedaagse.nl/en/results/

Video report of the 2nd and 3rd stage

Video report of the 2nd and 3rd stage

More than 7000 viewers saw the video report of the first stage of the 37th SPIE International Junior Days. Because of that success an extra long and double episode containing both the second and third stage! This time with extra images from the air and from the bike thanks to Btwin - Ag2r La Mondiale U19. Further spectacular images of the time trial thanks to Cervélo-GOODZO. So watch the video below!

Video report of the 1st stage

Video report of the 1st stage

What a fantastic spectacle again at the 1st stage.
Juniors who race on the border of their abilities in the first stage of the 37th SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse.
That is what you will see in the video below!

Alex Molenaar wins the 36th edition of the SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse van Axel.

Alex Molenaar wins the 36th edition of the SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse van Axel.

Alex Molenaar won the 36th edition of the SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse van Axel. Molenaar defeated leader Johan Tiedemann Langballe in the final stages of the Flemish Ardennes. Maikel Zijlaard won the fourth and final stage. It was the second victory for the Rotterdammer.

In the final stage six riders separated them from a well-drained peloton. Alex Molenaar, Thomas Pidcock, Mark Donovan, Maikel Zijlaard, Antoine Raugel and Anders Lilliendal drove a lead in a minute. Pidcock became a flat tire.