The experienced Belgian is the latest rider to sign a new agreement with the squad.
Part of the Wolfpack since 2013, Pieter Serry has extended his contract with the team until the end of 2025, when he will be 37. One of the most valuable helpers not just in the team, but in the whole peloton, Pieter contributed to many of the squad’s successes in these past seasons, riding selflessly for his teammates whenever necessary, be it one-day or stage races.
In his eleven years so far with Soudal Quick-Step, Pieter raced a total of fifteen Grand Tours – including the 2022 Vuelta a España, where he played a solid role in Remco Evenepoel’s memorable triumph – but the huge amount of work he is capable of could be seen on display multiple times also in the Monuments or at the Nationals Championships.
“I’m really happy that I will stay in the team for the next two years, until the end of 2025. I am very proud to be part of this amazing squad. I have a lot of great memories from all these years, including Remco’s victory at La Vuelta, last season. I hope that in the next two years I can help him win another Grand Tour”, said Pieter, who just last weekend began his second half of the season, following an altitude training camp in Val di Fassa.
“Pieter is a great member of this team. He’s always there, riding his heart out for the squad, and at the same time, he is a great person, and this too means a lot in a cycling team, because without a good atmosphere and a strong morale, those many wins wouldn’t be possible. We agreed instantly on a new contract and it makes us happy he will continue his solid career with us, as he’s such an important part of our group”, added Soudal Quick-Step CEO Patrick Lefevere.
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