Javi Serrano, after Paris-Roubaix junior: “I enjoyed it like a child”

News · 16 April, 2019

Javi Serrano was the only one of the three riders of the Kometa Cycling Team junior who managed to finish the challenge of the Paris-Roubaix category. The Spaniard finished in 42nd position, four minutes away from a race in which the Dutchman Hidde Van Veenendaal won.

“It was a very good experience, I learned a lot. People are going very fast in this race, but I think they have done well. With twenty kilometres to go there were only 25 riders left in the head and I was there. But twelve kilometres from the finish line, at the Carrefour of l´Abre I stayed. But at the same time I was enjoying myself as a child”, he says.

This call for Serrano was his first experience on this type of surface, beyond some occasional passage through urban centers of towns. “No, I had never ridden on cobblestones, but I knew it was going to be a discipline that I would love very much.

Carlos Rodríguez, who had a great performance in the 2018 edition, and Juan José Rosal, who was making his debut, could not finish the race. In Rodriguez’s case, the Andalusian was involved in a fall that definitely took him off the main group.

(automatic translation, sorry for translation)

Related riders

Javier Serrano

More news

Eolo Kometa
Aurum Burger King VisitMalta
Retelit Elmec Gobik Skoda
Enve Kask Dmt DINAMO Koo Clique MOMO
Vittoria Chiaravalli Bkool Prologo Oliva Nova Elite Look Walbike Training Peaks Ceramicspeed Supersapiens La casa del fisio Premium madrid Sportlast Bend36 TWS Velotoze John Smith Scicon Life brain BetaTools Pizzini