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Brabantse Pijl odds

Brabantse Pijl 2021 will be held 14 April 2021. There is no odds at Brabantse Pijl 2021 yet, but we have already found odds at Tour de France 2021.

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Brabantse Pijl 2020

The Brabantse Pijl, also known as Brabant Arrow in English, is a one-day bicycle road race. The 60th edition of the Brabantse Pijl will be held this year on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, at Flemish Brabant & Walloon Brabant, Belgium. The race will be run as a 1. Pro event and as part of the UCI Europe Tour.

Zaventem was used to be the starting point; however, Leuven became the starting point in 2008. The finish was in Alsemberg until 2009 and shifted to Overijse in 2010. In 2010, the Brabantse Pijl 's fixed date also changed from the Sunday before the Tour of Flanders to the Wednesday before the Amstel Gold Meet.

Dating back to 1961, the route usually takes up a dizzying number of climbs. Edwig Van Hooydonck holds the record between 1987 and 1995 for most race victories, with four.

The Route

The Brabantse Pijl, at 199.6 kilometers and including 29 peaks, serves as a route's assault. Mathieu van der Poel is defending the title.

The riders in Leuven, which will be the center of the 2021 World Championships, step on their pedals and head off on a zigzag trail through Flemish Brabant and Walloon Brabant. None of the hills are rough in themselves, but the unceasing succession would certainly wear the fighters out.

Smeysberg is getting a first glimpse of what's in store. The helling comes at kilometer 12.5, but the actual venture starts on the Chaussée d'Alsemberg after 50 kilometers. The road tackles another hill about five kilometers or so after this climb. The riders reach the finish line for the first time after climbing Alsemberg, Bruine Put, Menisberg, Lotsestraat, Eigenbrakelsesteenweg, Rue Pierre Flamand, Rue Francois Dubois, Hertstraat, Holstheide, and Schavei with 133 kilometers completed.

Three more than 20 kilometer-long loops to climb. The riders attempt the Hagaard climb with the bell still sounding in their ears before carrying on to the Hertstraat. The first loop also brings in the Holstheide and Schavei, while the last two rounds give ahead of those two the steep, cobbled Moskestraat.

Participating Teams

Teams generally participate from UCI WorldTeams and UCI Professional Continental teams. They run to win a bunch of sprints through a great competition. There are teams included here:

Competing teams: Lotto Soudal, Deceuninck - Quick Step, Bahrain - McLaren, Mitchelton-Scott, Team Sunweb, Team Novo Nordisk, and so forth.

Recent Winners

Mathieu van der Poel is a Dutch rider, who is the most recent winner of the 2019 edition, was riding for UCI ProTeam Corendon–Circus. He took the first position by defeating Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck–Quick-Step) and Tim Wellens (Lotto–Soudal).

Other winners are Tim Wellens (Lotto–Soudal) 2018, Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain–Merida) 2017, Petr Vakoč (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2016, Ben Hermans (BMC Racing Team) 2015.