Gerben Mos second in Bartje 200

After winning in 2018 and 2019, Gerben Mos did not step on top of the podium in the Bartje 200 today. A strong Jasper Ockeloen broke away after approximately 80 kilometers of racing, followed by Mos, Thijs Zonneveld, Lennart van … Continue reading

Rozanne Slik third in Willingen

Under tough conditions, Rozanne Slik finished third yesterday in Willingen in the 120 kilometer long mountain bike marathon. “I deliberately chose my own pace from the start in the first 54km loop and let the later winner Katrin Schwing go … Continue reading

Gerben Mos second in the Epic 200

Yesterday in Maredsous, Belgium, Gerben Mos finished in second place behind winner Joris Massaer after nine hours and seventeen minutes. Both men were part of the leading group from the start, which originally consisted of five men. Mos was able … Continue reading

Tim Smeenge wins, Rozanne Slik second in Sundern

In Sundern, Germany, Tim Smeenge rode to his second win of the season in the SKS marathon yesterday, beating Germans Peter Hermann and Christian Kreuchler. Where Smeenge crossed the finish line solo, his teammate Rozanne Slik had to squeeze in … Continue reading

Karen Brouwer and Tim Smeenge win the Kellerwald marathon

In Gilserberg, Germany, Tim Smeenge and Karen Brouwer were the fastest in the Kellerwald marathon after 127 and 86 kilometers respectively. Teus Ruijter completed the success by finishing third behind Peter Hermann. Ramses Bekkenk was unfortunately involved in a serious … Continue reading

Gazelle Titanium Pro

Both in 1996 and 1997, the Pulsar MTB team rode the Gazelle Titanium Pro. In 1996, the Gazelle mountain bikes were marketed under the Next by Gazelle brand name, but in 1997 Gazelle was back on the down tube. In … Continue reading

Roel Verhoeven and Tim Smeenge to Swiss Epic

On August 18th. the Swiss Epic will start with the KMC duo Roel Verhoeven and Tim Smeenge. The Swiss Epic is a five days stage race for mountainbikers which will lead the riders from Laax via Arosa to the finishing … Continue reading

Ramses Bekkenk finishes his 75OneChallenge in Dwingeloo

In May Ramses Bekkenk didn’t succeed in finishing his 75OneChallenge but yesterday evening he arrived quite fit after 37 hours and 30 minutes of cycling. He left on Monday morning at 7.00 AM from Hotel Wesseling. Bekkenk likes to challenge … Continue reading

Ramses Bekkenk’s 75OneChallenge ends in Schoonoord

Unfortunately Ramses Bekkenk has not reached his end point Dwingeloo during his 75OneChallenge. After 600 kilometers he started to struggle and in Emmen at 670 kilometers he really had a hard time and rested again for a while. In the … Continue reading