Cycling.  Transfer – Burgos-BH strengthens with two New Zealand riders

Cycling. Transfer – Burgos-BH strengthens with two New Zealand riders

Burgos-BH Go international! The Spanish ProTeam will welcome two New Zealand riders in the off-season: an experienced racer and a track specialist Bab Harun (32 years old) and promising runner George Jackson (23 years old) have respectively signed a two-year contract with the training he leads Julio Andres Izquierdo. They are looking for a team after the difficulties and continental relegation of their team Bolton Black spoke sharesTherefore, both men will return to Spain to confirm their great season in 2023. Bab Harun He won his second track world championship title in Glasgow in the points race, 10 years after racing the omnium, while George Jackson He revealed himself on the Asian circuit at the end of the year by achieving his first 5 professional successes, including a total Taihu lake tour.

Aaron Jett won a stage of the 2022 Tour of Luxembourg

Bab Harun:

This will be a new challenge for me. It’s a really exciting opportunity to be able to join a team with such a long history. I knew the passion for cycling of Julio Andrés Izquierdo, who led his team for 41 years. I think it should be a record for the sport. Their work and the work of all staff and sponsors involved should be recognized. Next year I will be competing in my fourth Olympic Games in Paris and will be fighting for the gold medal in track. It’s comforting to know that I have a great road team, with a great race program, that will help give me the best chance of achieving this goal. I really want to ride the bike and look for victories with Burgos BH in as many races as possible“.

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George Jackson:

I am very excited to be able to join Burgos BH in 2024. This year has been my first season on the road in Europe and I have learned a lot, but I think I still have a lot to learn and I know that Burgos BH is the place to continue to grow as a cyclist. Hopefully I can bring my sprinting skills to the team, as I showed this year in Asia that I have good legs for a fast finish. I would like to thank the team very much for the opportunity they gave me“.

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