De Gendt's prediction for 2032 on Pogacar, Van der Poel and Valverde

The Belgian cyclist published a nice tweet in which he wanted to highlight the greatness of many figures in the peloton after this Wednesday's time trial at the Tour de France.


The Tour de France time trial left us with numerous conclusions and curiosities about the performance of several of the young figures in the peloton, such as the triumph of Tadej Pogacar or the suffering of Mathieu Van der Poel to retain the overall lead against the Slovenian.

This performance of the young cyclists in the Tour chrono has impressed both inside and outside the peloton, and some riders have been quick to joke about the dominance that these cyclists will have in the present and in the future in the great cyclists of the calendar.

One of the most striking messages was the Belgian Lotto-Soudal cyclist Thomas de Gendt, one of the most charismatic of the peloton and very active on social networks, who published this nice tweet after the chrono: "Year 2032: Evenepoel and Pogacar They have already won six Tours each. Van der Poel will have already competed in 17 disciplines at the Olympic Games and won 17 medals. Van Art wins Paris-Roubaix for the seventh time. Valverde has announced that he will continue for one more season as he has yet to he feels his age ".

Before this comment, De Gendt himself was already impressed by Pogacar's performance on the clock. "This Pogacar looks pretty good." And in response to a user he gave clues before publishing his affectionate message. "These young people of today do not respect the old generations." We'll see if De Gendt's prediction comes true and if these youngsters in the squad continue to sweep in the future as they are doing in the present.

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