Professional sportsmen and the public will cycle together through the Dutch province of Gelderland on 5 May to celebrate Freedom Day.
The teams will ride on the Liberty Route Europe in Gelderland. They are expecting thousands of cycling fans for company during the Freedom Ride. It is part of The 6 of Lotto, a set of long cycle tours through the Netherlands. The team is asking other teams to participate, as well. The bike is a typical Dutch vehicle that connects people, so there is no better way for us to celebrate freedom than to ride with many others.
We want everyone to ride with us. The Freedom Ride will feature two distances: 80 or kilometres. Participants can sign up individually or along with the professionals. Groups start in waves from the Doorwerth Castle.
A select few will have the opportunity to be part of the first peloton of riders that includes members of BNMO, a veterans advocacy group. They will carry the torch for the Freedom Fire, which will arrive the night before from Wageningen. The tour passes several historic places on the Liberation Route Europe, the path of the Western Allies in and The ride will stop at the National Liberation Museum in Groesbeek for an official ceremony and to allow cyclists to re-fuel in the feed zone.
The cycling team was founded for the season under the name Kwantum—Decosolanchored by Jan Raaswith mostly cyclists coming from the TI—Raleigh cycling team. Sincethe team has entered every Tour de France  and since the introduction of divisions inthe team has always been in the first division.
In road bicycle racingteams usually take their names from their main sponsors. Team Jumbo—Visma has previously had the following sponsors, and thus names. After the season ofthe TI—Raleigh team split up because of tension between former world champion Jan Raas and team leader Peter Post with seven cyclists following Post to the new Panasonic -team and six cyclists joining Raas to the Kwantum team.
In the Kwantum team had a successful year. For the season, the main sponsor became Superconfex. Jan Raas remained the team leader. After a victory in Kuurne—Brussels—Kuurne for Ludo Peetersthe new sprinter Jean-Paul van Poppel coming from the Skala cycling team gave the team a great year, with three stage wins in the Tour de France of which two for van Poppel and the victory in the points classification in the Tour de France for Jean-Paul van Poppel.
Joop Zoetemelk ended his career with a victory in the Amstel Gold Race. In his sprinting capacities were missed, and the number of victories was reduced.
After the season, the main sponsoring was taken over by Buckler. The Tour of Belgium was won again, and the Ronde van Nederland was won as well.
That year, the team had the winner of the Dutch national road race championships again, as Peter Winnen won the race. The team had taken over Steven Rooks from the Panasonic team, who immediately became the Dutch national road race champion. Only 26 races were won in the season, compared to 64 victories in the successful season. After that season, Buckler decided to stop sponsoring. A new sponsor was found in WordPerfect. Still, the season did not turn out a great season, with only 29 victories, the most important being Three Days of De Panne and the Tour DuPont.
The Tour du Pont was won again, together with the Tour of Luxembourg. The year still was disappointing with only 25 victories. Inthe team was joined by Djamolidine Abdoujaparovthe winner of the points classification in the Tour de France. Abdoujaparov won one stage in the Tour de Francebut other than that, the year was still not what the sponsors had hoped, so a new sponsor had to be found.
The title sponsor of the previous two years, WordPerfect, was a product of Novell Software, which carried the team's name this one season. Raas became the team manager of the Rabobank team while Theo de Rooy, Adrie van Houwelingen and Zoetemelk were directeur sportifs.Race report 10 October, Video 10 October, Race report 09 October, News 09 October, Meet the team Sports All sports Cycling Speed skating.
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Kai Verbij Speed skating. Sepp Kuss Cycling.While their new yellow and black kit may attract the eye the LottoNL-Jumbo team have also enjoyed a bike colour scheme change for their Bianchi Oltre XR2 bikes. The bike manufacturer was founded in and is the oldest bike builder in the world, having supplied some of the greatest riders the peloton has ever seen.
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The S-PHYRE R offers a wide one-piece lens for better visibility and wind protection with a lightweight black rimless frame to put less stress on the cheek bone. Secure rounded temple fittings with non-slip pattern hold the glasses in place wihile the interchangeable nose pads and multiple racing lenses are ideal for all weather conditions.
The S-PHYRE X offers the same lens design and technology but with the top half-frame to hold the lens in place and a detachable lower frame to protect the rider's cheeks and the glasses lens. All the lenses are made from a high quality, light weight Japanese Teijin Policarbonate that offers high impact resistance and anti-scratch coatings with UV protection. Super Hydrophobic coatings on both sides of the lens increase the water repellency, keeping the lens from attracting dirt and dust, reducing vision distortion and eye fatigue.
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The outer glass features a glimmering Multi-Layer Coating whilst the inner features an anti-reflection coating on the inside to prevent reflection from the back.For the and editions of Paris—Nicethe Giro d'Italiaand the Tour de Polognethe team raced under the name Lotto Fix ALLand in a different colour of kit, to promote a particular product from the Soudal range.
The same organisations also sponsor a women's cycling team, Lotto—Soudal Ladies. Init became prime sponsor of a team bearing only its name. Walter Godefroot and Patrick Lefevere were early directeurs sportifs. The fusion of the Lotto-Adecco and Domo-Farm Frites teams for the start of the season created the current team and structure in the guise of Lotto-Domo.
Omega Pharma had previously been a co-sponsor of the Quick Step-Davitamon team in and Omega Pharma became the main sponsors inunder their Davitamon brand name. The team name switched to Omega Pharma's Predictor brand name in and the Silence brand in From the team became known as Omega Pharma-Lotto, before moving to the Quick-Step setup for the season. Belisol became co-sponsors inand are a Belgian company making windows and doors and solar panels. On the final day of the Tour de France the team announced that they had secured new sponsorship for the team with Soudalmanufacturers of sealants, adhesives and foams.
Soudal signed a deal lasting six seasons, the team name becoming Lotto Soudal: inthey extended the deal for two more years. For one stage race each year since at the Paris—NiceParis—NiceGiro d'Italiaand Tour de Polognethe team raced under the name Lotto Fix ALL and changed the team kit to a grey colour to reflect one of Soudal's key brands.
After Tosh Van der Sande accidentally listed the wrong nasal spray brand in the paperwork at the Six Days of Ghent where he returned a positive test for prednisolonea substance found in the nasal spray Sofrasolone,  he was temporarily suspended by the team. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Belgian cycling team. Main article: List of wins by Lotto and its successors. July 28, Retrieved February 2, Future plc. Retrieved 29 April Retrieved 20 December Retrieved 5 June Riders on Lotto—Soudal.
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