With one Grand Tour already under his belt, the 2022 Vuelta a Espana, it's therefore fitting the Evenepoel has opted for Spain as the location to begin his preparation for the 2024 season.
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Although the weather hasn't been the best, the Soudal - Quick-Step leader hasn't let that stop him as Evenepoel shows off on his official Strava account.
"CX training," the Belgian captions an 8.5km run he's been on. Completing the course he set himself in 37:37, Evenepoel is still clearly in decent shape.
Will he be able to challenge the likes of Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard at the Tour de France next summer? That is a question on the minds of many in the cycling world, with various analysts and experts sharing contradictory views. Only time will tell who is correct.