Evenepoel is already rolling six weeks after the accident

The Deceuninck shared a video of the young Belgian in which he exercises for the first time after a pelvic fracture suffered in Lombardy.


Big news for cycling. Remco Evenepoel gets back on the bike, yes, attached to a roller. The images, shared by the Deceuninck-QuickStep team on their social networks, show the young Belgian exercising only six weeks after the terrible accident suffered at the Lombardy Giro, which caused a broken pelvis for which he had to say goodbye to the Giro from Italy and the rest of the season.

"I'm fine. I'm almost completely pain-free and I move a lot more. Now I can put the crutches aside and I'm happy to start working in a more specific way. My recovery process has been going well in the last few weeks. At first it was difficult for me to go from everything to nothing in terms of movement. But after a necessary rest period, I recently gained a lot of mobility, "explained the Belgian in the official statement of his team.

As Deceuninck himself states, if everything goes well for Remco in the next recovery sessions on the roller, in a few days he will complete his first outing with the bike on the road. "The next goal now is to complete a proper training session on the rollers and then ride outdoors. Then we will see how it works. I will definitely not go out in the rain or take unnecessary risks of slipping. As soon as the weather improves, I will definitely enjoy a good training in the open air ", concluded the Belgian on his roadmap to follow in the coming weeks.

Thus, Evenepoel advances in his recovery with good expectations while living with longing and from home the cycling World Cups that are held in Imola, as reflected in his latest Instagram post, where he remembers in images his silver medal achieved the course passed against the clock. Meanwhile, it should be remembered that the controversial UCI investigation into the action of the director of Deceuninck in the accident (he extracted objects from his jersey while he was being treated by the health workers) continues its course ...

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