Wout van Aert has set out his cyclocross program up to and including the Belgian Championships in Middelkerke, with 12 races in five weeks.
Van Aert will start his season on Saturday, 4th December, with the Superprestige in Boom and then the World Cup in Antwerp a day later.
The weekend of 11 and 12 December has the combination of Essen and Val di Sole. This is followed by a Jumbo-Visma team training camp near Girona, so he skips the weekend with the World Cup rounds in Rucphen and Namen.
In the following two weeks, the Belgian champion rides six races in eight days. Herentals will follow on January 5th as the last preparation for the Belgian Championships in Middelkerke.
“This is my final program up to and including the Belgian Championships. What will follow after that has not yet been decided.”
Wout van Aert Cyclocross Program:
December 4: Boom (Superprestige)
December 5: Antwerp (World Cup)
December 11: Essen (Ethias Cross)
December 12: Val di Sole (World Cup)
* Jumbo-Visma training camp in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain.
December 26: Dendermonde (World Cup)
December 27: Heusden-Zolder (World Cup)
December 29: Diegem (Superprestige)
December 30: Loenhout (X2O Trophy)
January 1: Baal (X2O Trophy)
January 2: Holly (World Cup)
January 5: Herentals (X2O Trophy)
January 9: Middelkerke (Belgian Championships).