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Oudenaarde - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - DEVOLDER Stijn (BEL) of CORENDON - CIRCUS and VAN DER POEL Mathieu (NED) of CORENDON - CIRCUS on the Muur of Geraardsbergen during a training session prior to the Flanders Classics UCI WorldTour 103rd Ronde van Vlaanderen cycling race with start in Antwerpen and finish in Oudenaarde on March 21, 2019 in Oudenaarde, Belgium, 21/03/2019 - photo NV/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

De Ronde van Vlaanderen’19: The PEZ Photo Gallery

PeloPics: The Ronde van Vlaanderen can be the best race of the season and the 2019 edition didn’t disappoint. Alberto Bettiol – A Flanders virgin – was the surprise winner, but a deserving one. We round up the PEZ Flanders coverage with a photo gallery from Cor Vos, some of the photos we missed on Sunday.

See the PEZ Race Report HERE and more Flanders news in EUROTRASH Monday.

Wanty-Gobert on their reccon

Corendon-Circus were out on the course the days before

Greg Van Avermaet should know the Flanders course by now

EF Education First made the most of the Flanders training ride

CCC on the road

Mathieu van der Poel and his Corendon-Circus teammate Stijn Devolder on the Muur/Kappelmuur

Deceuninck – Quick-Step meet the public in Antwerp

A selfie for Vegard Stake Laengen

The World champion Alejandro Valverde signs on

Miss Belgium and the Mayor of Antwerp flag the race off

Through the tunnel to get out of town

The start was a bit misty

There were a few crashes, this one wasn’t too bad, but Niki Terpstra came off the worst later in the day

Fans and the peloton

Greg Van Avermaet’s home town

Cobbles soon

Wout van Aert looked good, but 14th…

The fans were out in Flanders, as always

It all looked over for Van der Poel, but he came back through the race for 4th

The excitement of the Tour of Flanders

Bettiol on the wheel of European champion Trentin – Soon to make his move

And the Italian was gone

The hardest 14 kilometers of his life

It’s all over!

A hug from Sebastian Langeveld for the winner

What could have been?

A double day for the Italians

# Next up Paris-Roubaix next Sunday. Stay PEZ for everything ‘Sunday in Hell‘. #

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