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[CT] Bralirwa - Stevens Bikes
Ulrich Ulriksen
Agree with a lot of comments above, an impressive job of covering all terrains and still finding room for some investment in youth. Congratulations.
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redordead
I like the balance of your team. All terrains are covered, so you will be able to compete in pretty much every race.

The regional focus of riders on the team is also wonderful Smile


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cunego59
Guave wrote:
Naesen on cobbles, pretty sure he'll do just fine. Especially those "finisher" stats. If he can follow on the cobbles, no way he's losing it in the last couple of 100 meters. Other then that a nice sprintingsquad as well. But perhaps the thing i'm most impressed about, your -what you could call- youth division. I myself didn't have the balls to sign a lot of youngsters, but you seem to have found a very nice balance in your team!

I really hope Naesen will earn his salary, but I'm carefully optimistic at this point. We won't have to wait too long to find out. And yes, my youth division is at least full Pfft bringing 7 riders from level 1 to level 3 also means that only six riders in my entire team get to ride all their possible race days though Grin

Ulrich Ulriksen wrote:
Agree with a lot of comments above, an impressive job of covering all terrains and still finding room for some investment in youth. Congratulations.

redordead wrote:
I like the balance of your team. All terrains are covered, so you will be able to compete in pretty much every race.

The regional focus of riders on the team is also wonderful Smile

Thank you both Smile It's indeed pretty cool that there's at least a little opportunity for success in pretty much all races we enter, though especially uphill I'm not entirely sure just how much yet. I'm happy that the regional focus worked out so well, too!
 
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Bralirwa management previews 2020 season

In a final pre-season press conference, Theodore Boss and Dira Sportif met with journalists today to discuss the schedule for Bralirwa's upcoming debut season. Before diving into the full list of races, Mr. Boss highlighted a few races that are of specific importance to the team:

Goals
CT Team StandingsTop 10
GP KigaliC2Win
Tour du FasoC2HCTop 5
Frankfurt EschbornC2Top 5
La Tropicale Amissa BongoC2Top 5
"There was no doubt at any point that our home race would not be the main focus for our season and roster planning", Mr. Boss says. "Mrs. Sportif and her team were tasked with securing a rider who could win that race, and we're confident Oliver Naesen can deliver. We also believe that the Tour du Faso with its three flat stages with lots of cobblestones suit his strengths very well."

Mrs. Sportif continued: "Another focus in team building was assembling a good group of sprinters. With Rüdiger Selig, Mikiel Habtom and Heiko Redecker, we're confident in our ambition to do well both in the only German C2 race as well as one of Africa's most traditional stage races, the Tropicale Amissa Bongo."

Asked about the final team standings, Mr. Boss was less affirmative. "That's not what we're going to measure our success against", he said. "Finishing in the Top 10 would be a massive achievement, and it's certainly not impossible, but our goal is to learn and develop, for us to be able to challenge for higher placements on that list in the upcoming years."

The. Boss and Dir. Sportif then went over the complete schedule for 2020:

Race Schedule
10.01. GP YekaterinburgC2HC
22. - 31.01. Vuelta al TachiraC2
31.01. Great Ocean Road ClassichhhhhhC2HC

Most of the team's leaders will get their first outing in January. Ben Nasser and Khederi in Russia, where they will be supported by Ndayisenga, who in turn has his first major stage race in Venezuela. Reidecker is the sprinter there, with Selig and Habtom competing in Australia.
04.02. Viana do CasteloC1
06.02. Gent - WevelgemhhhhhhhhhhhhhC2HC
09.02. GP HerningC2
20.02. Colombo ClassicC2
22. - 24.02. Ras TailteannC2
28.02. Trofeo LaiguegliaC2HC

Oliver Naesen starts his season with three cobblestone races in a row to kick off February, followed by two more hilly classics and a stage race for the sprinters in Ireland, another chance for glory for Selig and Habtom.
03.03. Roma MaximaC1
09. - 13.03. Circulo de JuarezC1
18.03. Le SamynC1
22. - 27.03. Tour of EritreaC2HC
30.03. Kuurne - Bruxelles - KuurnehhhhhHC

March holds our first of only two HC races in store, another big race for Naesen alongside Roma Maxima and Le Samyn, all of them with top competition. A well-balanced month, March also has a race for the sprinters in Mexico as well as the second stage race for Ndayisenga.
04. - 08.04. Baltic Chain TourC1
08.04. Betonexpressz GPhhhhhhhhhhhhhhC2HC
10.04. GP IzolaC2
24.04. Lincoln GPC2HC
28.04. Lisbon ClassicC1

Mostly a month for the sprinters, plus another cobbled race for Naesen, this time in Great Britain, and a chance for the puncheurs in Slovenia.
01.05. 1 Jour de DunkerquehhhhhhhhhhhhC2
11. - 13.05. Tour du FasoC2HC
15.05. Malopolski WyscigC1
18. - 20.05. Giro del TrentinoC2
24.05. Frankfurt EschbornC2

We have to wait until May for our first goal race, but then we get two in one month: First, it's Naesen for the Tour du Faso, then our triple threat of Selig, Habtom and Redig for Frankfurt Eschborn. Some other action for Naesen and a stage race with a dreaded TTT add to an interesting month.
02.06. Hanko ClassicC1
02. - 08.06. Tour of VancouverC2HC
10. - 14.06. Post Danmark RundtC2HC
13. - 17.06. La Tropicale Amissa BongohhhhhC2
27.06. Clasique Pico BasileC2
30.06. Berlin ProRaceHC
30.06. Clasico San CristobalC2

June is one of our most packed months, including our third goal race and our second HC race. Lots of races for all rider types!
01.07. Torshavn GPC1
11. - 17.07. Tour de LangkawiC2HC
16.07. Sakartvelo TrophyC2
19.07. Kenya Mountain ClassicC1
19. - 21.07. Tour of ChileC2
23.07. Vilnius GPC2HC
27. - 30.07. USA Pro Cycling ChallengehhhhhhhhC2

Some climbing for Ndayisenga in Malaysia, Georgia and Chile, one of only two chances for Christoph Mai to prove himself as a leader in Kenya, and lots of sprinting in Norway, Malaysia and the US makes this hopefully a decently successful month for us. And then there's also the TTT in Vilnius. Let's not talk about the TTT in Vilnius.
04.08. Macskako KerekparversenyC1
09.08. Rio Vista ChinesaC2
09. - 13.08. Tour d'AndorraC1
21.08. Ronde van Het IjsselmeerhhhhhhhhhhhhC1

Things calm down a bit in August, but after a bit of a break, cobblestones are back! For Naesen, that means a trip to hungary. Ndayisenga gets to climb with the PCT boys in Andorra and all of our sprinters come together in the Netherlands.
01.09. Philadelphia International ChampionshipC2HC
10. - 13.09. Euskal BizkletaC2HC
23.09. Lillestrom GPC2
23.09. Transfagarasan GPC2HC

As the season slowly winds down, we have a few more classics, something for everyone: The sprinters go to the US, the climbers to Romania and the cobblers to Norway, as well as a nice puncheur's race in the Basque Country.
01.10. GP KigaliC2
6. - 09.10. Course de SolidarnoschhhhhhhhhhhC2HC
6. - 10.10. Herald Sun TourC2HC
18.10. Zuri MetzgeteC2HC

We have to wait for the final month of the season for our big highlight, the GP Kigali. Then it's sprinters galore for the two stage races, and the puncheurs get the last race day of the year.
Mr. Boss had one final comment on two notable races missing from the calendar. "Obviously, we would have liked to represent our sponsors in the Bayern Rundfahrt and the Tour of South Africa", he said. "However, we felt ill-equipped to tackle those races and be competitive, and we didn't have any race days to spare, so we decided to leave those races to teams who could do them more justice. Hopefully in the future, we'll be able to field a good team in both of them."

And with that, the season preparation is done! Everyone at Bralirwa - Stevens Bikes is very much looking forward to the first races and we can't wait to find out what the squad is capable of.

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thegoodone:
I'm so hyped! Get this season started already! I'm especially looking forward to the GP Kigali, I'll be in the first row at the Mur de Kigali for sure!
Cighclingfan420:
Yes, me too! Oh hey, we could do a forum meet-up. What do you guys think?
RonSwanson:
Count me in!
Klaus:
That is unfortunately a too long jurney for me Sad But I wish you much fun, drink a Bralirwa for me, guys!

NdayisengaFanNo1:
lettssss goooooo! come on valens, show everyone who the best rwandan climber really is!!!

fearandloathinginkigali:
hey so what's up with that Vilnius race, I don't get that?
thegoodone:
We. Don't. Talk. About. That. Vilnius. Race!
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Fabianski
cunego59 wrote:
Let's not talk about the TTT in Vilnius.

+1 Pfft

Well, I see we'll meet fairly often, even outside the mandatory C2HC races. Let's see who's got the better sprinters Wink Nice to see we're not going to be the only CT team in Berlin, too Smile

All the best, and have fun!
 
Ulrich Ulriksen
Fabianski wrote:
cunego59 wrote:
Let's not talk about the TTT in Vilnius.

+1 Pfft



+2 Pfft

Shall we have a bet on who finishes worse?

So the question is has AreruyaFanNo1 left the forum to pout or do his loyalties change fast?
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cunego59
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Hassen Ben Nasser scores first points in team history!
The first race of season had our riders and staff heading to Russia for the GP Yekaterinburg, a C2HC one day classic. Of course, this wasn't just the first race of the season but the first race in Bralirwa - Stevens Bikes' short history. Everyone was incredibly excited, but at the same time, expectations weren't super high.

"First and foremost, we wanted to show our colors and ride aggressively", sporting director Dira Sportif said after the race. Moise Mugisha accomplished that admirably by making it into the breakaway of the day.

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Moise Mugisha in the breakaway, second from the left.

It was clear that this was not the way to a good end result - that task was on the team's veteran riders, most of all Hassen Ben Nasser. "I know I'm not among the top puncheurs anymore", Ben Nasser said prior to the start, "but I want to prove that I still have enough in me to contribute some points for the team here and there." And so he did.

The finale came down to a sprint from a group of 44, where Ben Nasser finished 23rd - just inside the Top 25, who receive ranking points. While this wasn't a big haul of points - just 2, to be exact -, Dira Sportif concluded: "We weren't sure where we stand in comparison to other teams in the hills. This result gives us confidence that we can consistently score in those races as well, especially considering our depth", alluding to both Souheil Khederi and Valens Ndayisenga finishing in the first group as well.

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Ben Nasser sprinting to the line in his bright red Tunesian champ jersey, second from the right in the third row.

The race also served as an introduction to pro racing for our youngsters Samuel Mugisha, Simon Carr and Juan Pedro Lopez, as well as the first race as a non-stagiaire for Didier Munyaneza.

The team turns its attention to Venezuela now for the start of the Vuelta al Tachira, where Valens Ndayisenga and Heiko Redecker head our squad to hopefully score some more points.

GP Yekaterinburg
1Wilco KeldermanPhilips5h53'53
2Gianni MosconCentovalli - Fiats.t.
3Christopher Juul-JensenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
...
23Hassen Ben NasserBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
36Souheil KhederiBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
43Valens NdayisengaBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
94Moise MugishaBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 5'16
121Samuel MugishaBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
128Simon CarrBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
133Juan Pedro LopezBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 6'17
138Didier MunyanezaBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 7'01


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RationalRider42:
I mean, I guess it's a solid result, but this sounds like it was a roaring success. Hope they are more ambitious in the future.
Cighclingfan420:
You gotta remember this is the team website, of course they paint it in the best possible light Wink Still, there was a chance they get absolutely nothing from this race, and 2 points and a breakaway at least isn't nothing!
thegoodone:
I agree with both of you. For this terrain, it was decent, but we have to expect more from Reidecker and Ndayisenga coming up - I'm sure they do, too!
NdayisengaFanNo1:
dont worry, valens will slayyy!
AreruyaFanNo1:
who are you man??? copycat name!!
NdayisengaFanNo1:
no you!!!
AreruyaFanNo1:
<Message deleted: Please stay on topic>
RationalRider42:
Can we get a mod in here?

€dit: Thank you!

Carlsken Heineberg:
Beer vs Beer counter:
Carlsberg 1-0 Bralirwa

 
Fabianski
Congrats on your first points! Was at the same point a year ago - and got a 23rd place as well Wink (well, tbh that was only our 2nd best rider, but it was a bit easier to do well given the season opener was C2 last year)

Looking forward to see how your season unfolds! And love the comments - let's see how many times the mod will need to call to order Areruya- or NdayisengaFan Pfft
 
Jakstar22
Good debut for the team and nice recap. Excited to follow your teams races for the duration of the season!
 
baseballlover312
Well, Round 1 of the brewery bash has gone to us, but it will be a long season. Pfft
RIP Exxon Duke, David Veilleux, Double Feature, and Monster Energy

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redordead
Congrats on your first points Smile

I think I've said this before, but I really like your HQ. Bringing all the quality from your reporting here as well, especially the comment section Pfft


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cunego59
Fabianski wrote:
Congrats on your first points! Was at the same point a year ago - and got a 23rd place as well Wink (well, tbh that was only our 2nd best rider, but it was a bit easier to do well given the season opener was C2 last year)

Looking forward to see how your season unfolds! And love the comments - let's see how many times the mod will need to call to order Areruya- or NdayisengaFan Pfft

I'm interested to see how things progress as well, both on the road and in the comment section Pfft Who knows, maybe they get banned, maybe we'll have some sort of maturation character arc Grin

baseballlover312 wrote:
Well, Round 1 of the brewery bash has gone to us, but it will be a long season. Pfft

I have a feeling this is the closest it's going to be all year Pfft Luckily, at least the team officials won't measure the season's success by comparing us to a promotion favorite Wink

Jakstar22 wrote:
Good debut for the team and nice recap. Excited to follow your teams races for the duration of the season!
redordead wrote:
Congrats on your first points Smile

I think I've said this before, but I really like your HQ. Bringing all the quality from your reporting here as well, especially the comment section Pfft

Thank you, I'm glad you guys like it! There will be some posts without comments every now and then I think, as sometimes I just can't think of interesting/funny stuff, but I'm curious as well how that section develops and I'm glad it adds a little more entertainment Wink
 
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Ndayisenga, Munyaneza shine in Venezuela
The Vuelta al Tachira is the longest C2 stage race of the year and one of the most mountaneous, so it was not only Valens Ndayisenga's first but one of his most important season highlights. And he would show up in a big way. But first things first ...

Four of the first five stages were flat, where Heiko Redecker got his first chance as our sprinter. Unfortunately, a 10th place would be his best result. "I simply need to do better", he said after the race. "The trend was pointing up, but this is still way under my own expectations - and the team's of course, rightfully." But things weren't all doom and gloom on those stages.

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Munyaneza (right) in one of his three breakaway appearances, accompanied by Lopez (left).

Didier Munyaneza went into the breakaway on all three opening stages, accompanied by Juan Pedro Lopez twice, and he was busy collecting bonus seconds at the intermediate sprints. Unfortunately, so was Sotto il sole di Riccione' Alessandro Monaco, who denied Munyaneza the best young rider's jersey twice only by finishing position.

Still, we were very happy to be represented so often - and so well - in the breakaways. Just as they did in Russia earlier this month, our youngsters showed up. And then the Valens Ndayisenga show began.

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Ndayisenga takes second place on stage 6, distancing the other contenders.

After a calm day with a 10th place finish in the hills of day 4, Ndayisenga rode away from all other favorites two days later. It wasn't enough for a stage win, that went to escapee Lovik, but he scored some points and moved up to second overall.

Unsurprisingly, he would lose that place in the mountain time trial, but he dropped only to sixth after a 9th place on the day. But then came his biggest moment. On stage 8, he attacked on the final climb of the day, rode away from all other favorites and distanced them by 40 seconds and more! The stage win once again went to the breakaway, but his third place on the stage vaulted him to third overall.

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Ndayisenga attacking the favorites on stage 8.

Unfortunately, the efforts seemed to have taken a toll on him. "My legs were just so heavy", he said of stage 9. "My mind was willing, but my body just wasn't able." He ended up losing around three minutes on GC winner Pinot and fell to seventh overall, still a phenomenal result all things considered. He would defend that place on the final stage, where he was the strongest from the field - for the third time! - but had to concede the stage win to the breakaway once more, finishing fourth.

On that stage, Heiko Redecker had his best day of the race as well, finishing fourth in the peloton, seventh on the day. Janvier Hadi rode consistently throughout the race to finish 20th in the GC, rounding out an overall great first stage race for Bralirwa - Stevens Bikes.

Vuelta al Tachira
1Thibaut PinotProject: Africa35h01'09
2Nico KeinathPhilips+ 52
3Suranga RanaweeraSauber Petronas Racing+ 2'19
...
7Valens NdayisengaBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 4'29
20Janvier HadiBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 12'26
45Christoph MaiBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 23'00
94Juan Pedro LopezBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 58'48
96Simon CarrBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 1h02'38
99Moise MugishaBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 1h03'19
112Heiko RedeckerBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 1h26'10
121Didier MunyanezaBralirwa - Stevens Bikes+ 2h03'33

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NdayisengaFanNo1:
Banana Banana Banana
< Mod: Please limit yourself to three bananas ... >
RationalRider42:
Alright, I'll let you have this one :lol:
AreruyaFanNo1:
agree, deserved bananas!!!!
thegoodone:
Oh man, so close to a stage win, Valens really would have deserved one!

Klaus:
What happend to Mai? I expected much more of him!
thegoodone:
True, a bit concerning. Good to see Hadi stepping up in his place, but we have to expect more from Mai going forward. Redecker as well.
Klaus:
Yes! But the last staige was good by him.
thegoodone:
Agreed. Hopefully he'll get more opportunities on hilly terrain.

Carlsken Heineberg:
Beer vs Beer counter:
Carlsberg 2-0 Bralirwa

Warbasse finished 4th overall.
Cighclingfan420:
Close one though Wink
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Nemolito
It is great to see some peace and agreement in the comments section Smile Ndayisenga was very present and that´s hopefully a sign for more to come, now let´s go to the February cobbles and see Naesen vs. Baugnies! (And the other cobblers, of course Pfft)
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Guave
First of: this HQ is just an absolute beauty!

Russia was a hard debut for quite a few of us, so you can be really proud to be coming home with some points from there, even if they're limited.

It was pleasure seeing Ndayisenga do his thing in Venezuela. Hadi rode a more anonymous Vuelta, but ending 20th still is an achievement.

Keep it up!
 
redordead
Seemed like you were animating the race in every stage, very exciting and brave riding. That first win can't be far off Smile


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aidanvn13
Valens was so aggressive and looked really strong. Thought his backup stats might hinder him, but he really only had 1 "bad" day.

Congrats on a solid result
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cunego59
Nemolito wrote:
It is great to see some peace and agreement in the comments section Smile Ndayisenga was very present and that´s hopefully a sign for more to come, now let´s go to the February cobbles and see Naesen vs. Baugnies! (And the other cobblers, of course Pfft)

We're getting closer and closer, Viana do Castelo is almost upon us Smile Good luck to both of us, I guess Wink

Guave wrote:
First of: this HQ is just an absolute beauty!

Russia was a hard debut for quite a few of us, so you can be really proud to be coming home with some points from there, even if they're limited.

It was pleasure seeing Ndayisenga do his thing in Venezuela. Hadi rode a more anonymous Vuelta, but ending 20th still is an achievement.

Keep it up!

Thank you for your kind words Smile Very pleased with the results so far!

redordead wrote:
Seemed like you were animating the race in every stage, very exciting and brave riding. That first win can't be far off Smile

Thank you! I'm super happy that we've been this aggressive so far. Not somthing I was necessarily expecting. And I hope you're right about that win Smile

aidanvn13 wrote:
Valens was so aggressive and looked really strong. Thought his backup stats might hinder him, but he really only had 1 "bad" day.

Congrats on a solid result

Yup, he way overperformed in most of the stages, so I'm very happy in the end. Not sure if that is sustainable though, and if he doesn't have these great days, the bad ones can push him out of top positions easily. We'll see Smile
 
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Impressive debut for Rüdiger Selig
Our third and final race in January took the squad to Australia for the annual Great Ocean Road Race. A flat classic, and thus a great opportunity for our top sprinter Rüdiger Selig to introduce himself.

After the usual breakaway shenanigans were done, the peloton prepared itself for the sprint. Bob Schoonbroodt did a terrific job in the final kilometers to keep Selig in position through some precarious situations, but then the race took an unexpected, and for us unfortunate, turn.

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Selig wins the sprint from the peloton, but not the race ...

The protagonist of that plot twist was Gasper Katrasnik, who attacked not once but twice in the finale, and his second attack would stick, putting one over on the sprinters and taking the win.

This was doubly unfortunate for us, as Rüdiger Selig was actually the fastest of the peloton, but ultimately couldn't celebrate the victory - something we were already familiar with from Tachira. Still, we leave Australia happy with a decent amount of points and the confirmation that we're competitive on this level.

Great Ocean Road Race
1Gasper KatrasnikGjensidige Pro Cycling Team3h12'23
2Rüdiger SeligBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
3Mohamed Harrif SallehTrans Cycling Teams.t.
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37Bob SchoonbroodtBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
53Tesfom OkbamariamBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
59Mikiel HabtomBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
71El Mehdi ChokriBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
101Jonas RutschBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
102Houcaine El SabbahiBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
112Samuel MugishaBralirwa - Stevens Bikess.t.
 
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