26 Sep 2023



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Dear cycling enthusiasts,

We still vividly remember the remarkable journey of Jumbo-Visma's triumphant riders, with each Grand Tour bringing its own set of thrills and unforgettable moments.

Giro d'Italia: Roglic, the Mountain Maestro

Jumbo-Visma's journey began with the Giro d'Italia, where Primoz Roglic, the powerhouse of the Dutch team, took center stage. Battling fiercely throughout the competition and narrowly securing second place in the final stage, Roglic's defining moment came during the time trial between Tarvisio and Monte Lussari.

In a decisive assault, he showcased his unparalleled talent and unwavering determination, clinching the coveted pink jersey. Even a mishap that saw him lose his chain just a few kilometers from the finish line couldn't deter him. Roglic emerged as a true mountain master, securing Jumbo-Visma's first of three Grand Tour victories.

Tour de France: Vingegaard and the Pogacar Showdown

At the Tour de France, it was Jonas Vingegaard's turn to stand atop the Jumbo Visma's podium. From the very first stage, it was clear that the yellow jersey was a two-man race between Vingegaard and Pogacar. Their head-to-head battle provided unforgettable moments etched in the memories of cycling enthusiasts, such as the memorable duel in Morzine before the two yielded the final victory to Rodriguez.

The pivotal moment arrived during the stage 16 time trial, where the young Dane created an insurmountable gap, crushing Pogacar and handing him a deficit of 1'38". This extraordinary performance solidified his dominance and catapulted him to victory in the Tour de France.

Vuelta a España: Kuss, the Unexpected Champion

Sepp Kuss, initially considered the perfect domestique, proved his mettle in a surprising turn of events. After exceptional performances in support of his teammates in the Giro and Tour, few expected his victory at the Vuelta a España.

Kuss's triumph was secured during the second week, with a remarkable victory on Pico de Buitre. He held the coveted red jersey firmly until the race's conclusion. Kuss's incredible transformation from domestique to champion significantly contributed to Jumbo-Visma's extraordinary season.