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Pidcock and Wiggins, a unique pairing in Kuurne

Pidcock and Wiggins, a unique pairing in Kuurne

No, we’re not talking about Tom Pidcock and Bradley Wiggins, but about the father of one and the son of the other. While Tom Pidcock will be going out for the elite win on Sunday 27 February, his father Giles will be busy with his own junior team. The British team...

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Read KBK Magazine online now

Read KBK Magazine online now

The 10th edition of KBK Magazine has just come out, with lots of fun reading about racing. Read our double interview with cover star Julien Vermote and his brother Alphonse Take a close-up look at the new KBK course Get to know the exciting new Hainaut climbs in...

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Course update for the juniors

Course update for the juniors

Just as it has for the elite race, the course for Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne for Juniors also sees some changes. The Oude Kwaremont disappears, but with the Tiegemberg and the tough pavé of Berg Ten Houte, two new climbs are added to the junior course. This means that the...

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The new course for 2022

The new course for 2022

With no fewer than four new climbs, Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne 2022 will have a unique course. The section running through the Pays-des-Collines in Hainault has been extended, giving the race its own character with both Flemish and Walloon parts. On the Flemish side, the...

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Get ready for the weekend!

Get ready for the weekend!

With all other events taking a back seat at the moment, KBK wants to convey the Friday evening feeling in a positive way just before a busy weekend. This crazy poster with Julien Vermote, who is finally back in the starting blocks, is the way for us as cycling fans to...

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Safety first

Safety first

We are doing our utmost to deliver a flawless and 100% safe edition, with maximum attention to rider safety. The KBK course has been screened in detail by DORO, our external safety partner. This risk analysis serves as the basis for the production of a safety guide...

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Is this where legends are born?

Is this where legends are born?

Cian Uijtdebroeks of the Arcrog-Tormans team soloed to victory in Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne. His teammate Pepijn Reinderink and Britain’s Jack Rootkin-Gray joined Uijtdebroeks on the podium. With this victory Cian Uijtdebroeks joined a very select list; Remco Evenepoel...

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Deceuninck-Quick Step does it again!

Deceuninck-Quick Step does it again!

🥇🇩🇰Kasper Asgreen triumphs in Kuurne! 26 kilometres from the finish line, he bridged the gap to Boris Vallée and Roy Jans. One by one, the Dane shook off Jans and then Vallée and had just enough left in the tank to stay in front of the peloton. Barely ten seconds...

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