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As Jumbo-Wisma cycling has advanced to the top of the Peloton, Dolhoek has largely faded into the background in recent years. “Of course, as a rider I also saw less involvement on the big tours,” Dolhoek said, adding that he had his biggest hits in 2016 (winner mountains classification) and the 2019 (stage win) tour of Switzerland.
Turning your nuts for someone else, it does not apply to the proud Zeeland. “
Former rider and cyclist commentator Morton Ducrot, born in Wlingingen, can still remember this well. Ryder was a retired NOS commentator when he won the Talhock Alps. “Cheers, jumping” almost touched to see how father and son celebrated that victory together. “
As an employee, Talhok has consistently contributed to the success of Jumbo-Wisma in recent years, but something is biting. “It was beautiful, I really enjoyed it,” says Talhock, “but once I started cycling.” After his second place at Ruda del Sol, the climber, whose contract with Jumbo-Wisma expired, knew for sure: it was time for a new adventure.
Dugrot, the last Zeeland winner on a stage at the Grand Tour, applauds the courageous choice. “Turning your balls off to Primos Rocklick (Jumbo-Wisma’s leader, ed.) Is totally out of place for a glorious zealot. I would love to see the seamless dolhock flying everywhere often.”
Ryder, from South Beowland, believes he has made a good choice with Trek-Sekafredo. “They’ve been driving offensive for years, they’ve all been flying, so there are opportunities for many riders,” says Dolhock, who feels confident he can do his own thing more often with his new boss.
Bach Mollema I hope to learn a lot.
Tolhok reunited with Steven de Jon, the sports director who collaborated at Dingoff-Saxo before making his public debut in 2015. “Steven is someone who knows how to get more out of me.” Dugrot de Jong thinks he can help the ‘new’ Talhock better. “This is someone who does not follow the further robotization method of cycling.”
Dream of a stage success
Dolhoek, who has signed with Trek-Sekafredo for two years, wants to emulate his new teammate Bach Mollema. The Dutchman won a stage at the Tour de France this year. “Absolutely awesome,” Dolhoek replies. “He kept trying, and in the end he won: he won a stage in a big round. This is also the motivation for me to do this. Bach I definitely hope to learn a lot.”
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