Remco Evenepoel's teammate suffers heavy concussion after being by a car during training ride

Pieter Serry will not race in the Soudal - Quick-Step for some time now. The 35-year-old Flemish was hit by a motorist during a training ride in early June and as a result suffered a severe concussion.

The experienced Serry brings out the news himself via social media. "On the 3rd of June I was hit by a car during a training ride. I was transported immediately to the hospital where I was diagnosed with a heavy concussion. Next weeks I’ll need time to recover. Thanks for all the support and good luck to my team," Serry wrote on his X account.

At the end of May, Serry completed his seventeenth grand tour, the Giro d'Italia. There were no races on his schedule for the time being. And no new appointments will appear in his diary either for next few weeks. Hopefully, Serry will be able to return to action soon.

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