Bevin, who is currently part of Israel–Premier Tech, is looking forward to meeting his new teammates and adding value to the team. "I am very much looking forward to joining this organisation with a strong ethos and professional environment at Team DSM," said Bevin. He continues, "I believe I can contribute a lot to the team with my experience, but I can also get more out of it for myself."
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Head coach Rudi Kemna is pleased with his arrival, and he hopes the team will perform better in ITT stages and sprints. "He has won time trials and recorded sprint victories on tricky arrivals but combined that with strong climbing performances. We think there is more to be gained from his talent, especially looking at his sprint after a tough day. He has a profile that fits well in the hill classics," Kemna said.
Bevin made his pro debut in 2016, and in the same year, he became the winner of the National Championships. He repeated the same feat in 2019 and also won Santos Tour Down Under in the second stage. But 2022 has proven to be his golden year. In April, he took two victories in the Presidential Tour of Turkey and won the third stage of the Tour de Romandie. With team DSM he will strive to add more accomplishments to the list.