Jonas Vingegaard made a stopover in Belgium on his way to the Netherlands to visit Wout van Aert.
The Tour de France winner brought a special yellow jersey for Jerome, Van Aert’s son who was born during the Tour.
Van Aert left the race before stage 18 of the Tour to be at the birth of his son. In the seventeen stages that he did ride, the Belgian did important work for Vingegaard. After a sublime effort in the sixth stage, Van Aert almost brought the Dane to the top of the final climb Cauterets.
Vingegaard clearly appreciated his teammate’s work, as witnessed by his visit to Herentals.
If you pass Belgium there’s only one extra stop to make! 🤩💛 pic.twitter.com/OZbVYRe6LR
— Team Jumbo-Visma cycling (@JumboVismaRoad) July 24, 2023