LOTTE
VAN HOEK

LOTTE
VAN HOEK

DUTCH

MAASTRICHT

ALLROUND

BORN IN 1991

DUTCH

MAASTRICHT

ALLROUND

BORN IN 1991

LOTTE’S STORY

Lotte started cycling when she was 9 years old. Her dad inspired her when he started cycling again after he had recovered from a broken spine. After 6 months of practice she started competing in races and learned a lot.

A year later she won her first national title in the 11 years old girls category. From an early stage on she found out that attacking is one of the most beautiful things in cycling. Now that she’s finishing up her studies in international economics, she has some extra time to really focus on cycling. So she wants to use her time to improve her time trial capabilities and become stronger overall to be in the right break-aways whenever she gets the chance.

FOLLOW LOTTE:

  1. 2017Still making history
  2. 20155th Erondegemse Pijl
    9th National championships

LATEST NEWS ABOUT LOTTE

Race Report – Week 24

Picture by Paul Hinninck Injury reports Sophie De Vuyst On Tuesday, Sofie De Vuyst crashed while she was out training with her TT bike. On her last hard training before the national TT championships, she didn’t see a bus in time and couldn’t avoid a crash. She stayed...

Race Report – Week 23

Picture by Krist Vanmelle Noa Jansen wins at De Pinte The week started with Pentecost monday and the traditional race at De Pinte. Since this race is close to the headquarters of some of our partners like Osiris, it was important for our team to put down a strong...

Race Preview – la Classique Morbihan & GP de Plumelec

RACE: LA CLASSIQUE MORBIHAN (FR) DATE: MAY 26th DISTANCE: 113 KM ABOUT THE RACE La Classique Morbihan is up to its third edition this year. The race starts in Vannes and goes towards Plumelec on some hilly roads. After a big stretch of 97,6 km with three cobbled...

LATEST NEWS ABOUT LOTTE

Race Report – Week 24

Picture by Paul Hinninck Injury reports Sophie De Vuyst On Tuesday, Sofie De Vuyst crashed while she was out training with her TT bike. On her last hard training before the national TT championships, she didn’t see a bus in time and couldn’t avoid a crash. She stayed...

Race Report – Week 23

Picture by Krist Vanmelle Noa Jansen wins at De Pinte The week started with Pentecost monday and the traditional race at De Pinte. Since this race is close to the headquarters of some of our partners like Osiris, it was important for our team to put down a strong...

Race Preview – la Classique Morbihan & GP de Plumelec

RACE: LA CLASSIQUE MORBIHAN (FR) DATE: MAY 26th DISTANCE: 113 KM ABOUT THE RACE La Classique Morbihan is up to its third edition this year. The race starts in Vannes and goes towards Plumelec on some hilly roads. After a big stretch of 97,6 km with three cobbled...

Race Report – Week 19

Pictures by Velofocus Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women's Race Stage1 The first stage of the Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women's Race finished on the top of a steep 1,7 km climb. Apart from Shana Van Glabeke, everyone of our waowgirls was able to stay...

LATEST NEWS ABOUT LOTTE

Race Report – Week 24

Picture by Paul Hinninck Injury reports Sophie De Vuyst On Tuesday, Sofie De Vuyst crashed while she was out training with her TT bike. On her last hard training before the national TT championships, she didn’t see a bus in time and couldn’t avoid a crash. She stayed...

Race Report – Week 23

Picture by Krist Vanmelle Noa Jansen wins at De Pinte The week started with Pentecost monday and the traditional race at De Pinte. Since this race is close to the headquarters of some of our partners like Osiris, it was important for our team to put down a strong...

LOTTE’S RESULTS

DATECOUNTRYRACERESULT
11/31480029410_netherlands Ronde van Drenthe (WWT)DNF
12/31480029410_netherlands Drentse 8 van WesterveldDNF
7/5 1480029391_BelgiumTrofee Maarten WynantsDNF
12/5 1480029391_BelgiumPuivelde Koerse6
14/5 1480029391_BelgiumDwars door de WesthoekDNF
5/6 1480029391_Belgium1.15 De Pinte53
10/6 1480029391_Belgium1.15 Belsele18
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