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Monday March 25, 2019
Alexey Vermeulen Video Diary: Changing the kind of bike you race is more difficult than it sounds, and no matter how many times that I say it out loud, I am still convincing myself that I race mountain bikes professionally now.
Monday February 25, 2019
I had no idea what to expect while going into Old Pueblo 24 Hour this year, my goal was to race my mountain bike hard without much stress. Making the transition from the road to the dirt is a big change and I was determined to enjoy my first race.
Thursday March 15, 2018
Rider Interview: WorldTour rider at 21, World championships, Classics, Monuments and races all round the Globe... Then? After all those experiences Alexey Vermeulen found himself without a team for 2018, but a last minute deal has given him a place in the Japanese Interpro-Stradalli squad. Alastair Hamilton caught up with Alexey to hear all about it.
Monday March 12, 2018
March 12, 2018 - Marc Soler scuppered the Yates brothers double success-Results and video from Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico. UCI President wants Sky investigated-Top Story. Other cycling news: Contract for Vermeulen, next races for BMC, Kennaugh takes time off, Vittoria for Hammer, Tour of the Alps news, new bus for Quick-Step and video of Graeme Obree in wind tunnel tests.
Friday June 16, 2017
Rider Interview: The 2017 Critérium du Dauphiné was one of the toughest, but a young LottoNl-Jumbo team came away with the KOM jersey and a stage win. Alexey Vermeulen played his part in helping the dutch team add to its growing palmarès. We caught up with the young man at home in Girona, Spain right after the race.
Friday July 8, 2016
Rider Interview: Alexey Vermeulen is only 21 years old and is in his first year with the Dutch WorldTour LottoNl-Jumbo team. The young man from Michigan has big plans for the future, he sees himself as a Grand Tour contender and let's face it he has time on his hands. We caught-up with him to get his lowdown on life as a neo-pro.