pinit fg en rect gray 20   Belgian Bert Roesems Retires

belgian bert roesems retires   Belgian Bert Roesems Retires

Former national champion Bert Roesems is throwing in the towel at 37, after a 13-year career in cycling. He began his journey by turning pro in 1997, riding with the Vlaanderen 2002 team. He then spent three seasons with Tonissteiner-Colnago. He won the Belgian Time Trial Championships, as well as the Chrono des Herbiers, in 2004, which led to him riding with Team Lotto from 2005-2008. He spent the 2009 season with Cinelli-Down Under. Rosesems was involved in a crash in 2007 which left him with a broken pelvis, and he hasn’t been the same on the bike since. “I am quitting with a good feeling. I made the most of my career – 13 fantastic years,” he said. With a degree in communications, Roesems wants to start a career in sports management….

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