Kuiper Finally Introduce Himself....

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Kuiper
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by Kuiper

Alright How Shall I start???

alright there I go:
Hi :waving: my full name is: Chris Kuiper
and I'm from the Sweet Country Called the Netherlands,
I Started with Cycling thanks to my Uncle at the Club Called: Westland Wil Vooruit, then when I was 15 years old, I moved to another Cycling Club Called: HSK Trias in The Hague, now I'm 16 years and driving this year in the Catagorie: Juniors (17 - 18 years old) I got for this year a very nice program, Driving in Belgian, Croatia, France, Maybe Germany??? we also Have a own website, www.triasjunioren.nl
at the moment I'm driving not a Realy WW Bike it's just a almost 2 years old Batavus, but In may I will get a???
Pinarello Paris Carbon, I only need to find a Sponsor for some light wheels, so I can Buy the bike earlier.

Here a pic of my on top:

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I hope you guys Like my Introduction.

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Stoeperd
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by Stoeperd

Hey Kuiper
Great to see you here!!!
Can't wait to see your bike.

Ps: The interview with mother de Graaf is coming :wink:
The bike isn't the problem

Kuiper
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Stoeperd wrote:Hey Kuiper
Great to see you here!!!
Can't wait to see your bike.

Ps: The interview with mother de Graaf is coming :wink:


alright cool 8)
never knew that close friends are also on the WW forums :)

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Tippster
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by Tippster

:welcome:

hope to see you bike and parts breakdown asap...!
"Ride it like you've just stolen it!"

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Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez
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by Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez

Kuiper wrote:
Here a pic of my on top:

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Man, such a little street to make a race!! :shock:

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C a s r a n
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Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez wrote:Man, such a little street to make a race!! :shock:



:frightened: Oh my god, I heard most races in Holland are like this (they mostly have criteria). I would stop racing if I was supposed to compete on those circuits all day. :?
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by bruno2000

You know what I like about the pictures...that you start racing with a normal bike simple bike insteat of buying a 3000euro's bike or something like that. I'm 24y old and i worked very hard to get a Scott CR1 with Zipp303 wheels and so...But now thos little guys get al this beautiful materials from there parents. If you watch an junior race in Belgium, that's like a bikeshow.

Kuiper
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bruno2000 wrote:You know what I like about the pictures...that you start racing with a normal bike simple bike insteat of buying a 3000euro's bike or something like that. I'm 24y old and i worked very hard to get a Scott CR1 with Zipp303 wheels and so...But now thos little guys get al this beautiful materials from there parents. If you watch an junior race in Belgium, that's like a bikeshow.


Well I'm working for my new bike.
The streets where very small but in "that Criterium round it was in Rotterdam near the Soccer club: Feyenoord, most parcours are bigger in the width, it really depends on where you drive in the Netherlands

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by Leroni

C a s r a n wrote:
Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez wrote:Man, such a little street to make a race!! :shock:



:frightened: Oh my god, I heard most races in Holland are like this (they mostly have criteria). I would stop racing if I was supposed to compete on those circuits all day. :?


it is not an all day race its 100 k. :lol: and i raced the crits. for 19 years and i am stil a live , and now i ride training stages of 150-180 k also for the fun

but it is true 99% of the circuits are 2km with 6-8 corners

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