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GP JP Monseré 2021 odds

Grote Prijs Jean-Pierre Monseré 2021 will be held 7th march 2021. There is no odds at Grote Prijs Jean-Pierre Monseré 2021 yet, but we have already found odds at Tour de France 2021.

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Grote Prijs Jean-Pierre Monseré 2020

The Grote Prijs Jean-Pierre Monseré 2020 is a one-day professional cycling race, taking place annually in Belgium. The race is part of the UCI Europe Tour, class 1.1, and will be held on the 8th March 2020.

Last year, the race was unfortunately called off due to bad weather conditions, meaning the reigning champion is still the Dutch cyclist Andre Looij (SSIOS Miogee Cycling Team) from 2018. Joining him on the podium was Pierre Barbier (Team NIPPO DELKO One Provence) in second and Kenny Dehaes (retired).

The 2020 race

As with most Belgian one-day races, Belgian riders have a long and successful history with it. Since 2012, the race has been won by five Belgian riders and two Dutch. Notable winners include the now-retired Lars Boom in 2016 and Jürgen Roelandts (Movistar Team) in 2015.

Finishing in Roeselare, the race will likely feature a bunch sprint, unless a breakaway can create a big enough gap. The 2020 route will take the peloton around 9 laps of Hooglede before the finish. Aiming for victory this year will be Dutch rider Fabio Jakobsen (Team Deceuninck - Quick Step) and Belgian rider Timothy Dupont (Team Circus - Wanty Gobert).

Other Belgian riders who will want to be in contention are Lionel Taminiaux (Team Bingoal - Wallonie Bruxelles) and Christophe Noppe (Team Team Arkéa Samsic). Elsewhere, the Dutch contingent is strong and includes Piotr Havik (Riwal Readynez Cycling Team), Danny van Poppel (Team Circus - Wanty Gobert), and Boy van Poppel (Team Circus - Wanty Gobert).

Nacer Bouhanni (Team Arkéa Samsic) and Álvaro José Hodeg (Team Deceuninck - Quick Step) also come into the race with pedigree and could well threaten the podium.