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“In the past cycling season, the riders of AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step left their mark on numerous races. As a cycling team, we take pride in the achievements and growth we have experienced, with our valued sponsors by our side”, opens Patrick Lefevere his retrospective.

“This season marked a significant evolution in our partnership. We had the opportunity to proudly have both young talents and highly experienced riders represent our brand, AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step, in every cycling race. Our team now consists of swift sprinters and strong climbers, who collectively defend the colors of AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step.”

“Our team management has set higher standards and established ambitious goals, demonstrating a commitment to guiding our riders step by step towards the pinnacle. This evolution mirrors our shared dedication to growth and development, both on and off the bike.”

“With AG Insurance as our esteemed sponsor, supporter, and partner, we continue to work towards a future where equal opportunities, professional guidance, and sustainable development are at the core of our pursuit. Together, we dream, dare, and grow, eagerly anticipating what the future holds for us. We persist in our pursuit of success on all fronts, while enhancing the foundation of women's cycling, allowing riders to distinguish themselves. We embrace the challenges of the future and build a sustainable legacy for the sport”, concluded Patrick.

Jan Heyvaert of AG Insurance underscores our collective commitment to growth and development, both for our colleagues and our riders: "With our Great Place to Grow for all employer culture, at AG Insurance, we dedicate ourselves to the growth of our colleagues every day. We have had the opportunity to relish the triumphs and learning experiences of the past year and take pride in the strength of teamwork across the entire AG Insurance - Soudal Quick-Step team. The past season of the cycling team wholly reflects our commitment to stimulating the development of our colleagues and our riders."