The Belgian will continue with The Wolfpack for another two years.

Pieter Serry became a member of the team in 2013, and has since contributed to many of the team’s victories, riding selflessly in the service of his teammates in one-day races and stage races alike. Unfortunately, his current season was hampered by two crashes at the Volta a Catalunya and the Tour de Wallonie, but Pieter made a strong comeback, most recently helping the team capture the victory at the GP Marcel Kint.

His invaluable amount of work and incredible commitment in all this time haven’t gone unnoticed, a new two-year contract being handed out to Pieter, who in January 2022 will start his tenth season with Deceuninck – Quick-Step.

“It’s super special, it means that I have been working already for almost a decade with more or less the same people, which is really nice. At some point everything feels so natural that it becomes a family. If you are travelling and doing the races together for so long, you create a special bond with all the people around. The first year I came into the team, I was nervous, because everything was new. Now I feel great here, everything is being taken care of in the best way possible and things couldn’t be better. It also means a lot to be part of a winning team and to contribute to those victories. I’m not a winner myself, but I help others to take the victory and I feel a lot of appreciation for that. I hope to continue helping the team in the next seasons as much as possible”, said the 32-year-old Belgian.

Patrick Lefevere, CEO of Deceuninck – Quick-Step, was equally happy to continue together: “Pieter always works hard and gives it his all for the team’s objectives. We know what he’s capable of and he’s really appreciated within the Wolfpack. During his first years Pieter gained a lot of experience and has now become one of the guys in the team who guides the younger riders. Always smiling, he creates a nice atmosphere, which is also important for a winning squad. It’s a pleasure to retain his services and know we can count on him for two more years.”


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