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Five members of the Belgian cycling team with Patrick Lefevere to centre, on blue cover of 'The Wolfpack Years', by Lannoo Publishers.

The Wolfpack Years

20 years of top cycling and winning

By (author) Geert Vandenbon
By (author) Frederik Backelandt


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  • The best images from the past 20 years of the Belgian cycling phenomenon, Quick-Step (aka Wolfpack)
  • Take a look behind the scenes of Patrick Lefevere's award-winning cycling team
  • Includes in-depth interviews with key players on the team
Full Description

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl was founded in 2003. Twenty years later, the team consists of 31 talented cyclists from 10 different countries. Under the leadership of CEO Patrick Lefevere, the team became one of the most successful ones in cycling history. In 2010, Czech businessman Zdenek Bakala joined the squad. They have won more than 800 UCI races, including 20 Monuments, more than 50 national titles, 6 world titles on the road, 6 world titles in the individual time trial, 4 world titles team time trial, 2 World Cups, 2 European titles and an Olympic title.

This book is an overview of the most exciting highlights of 20 years of the Wolfpack, with fantastic photos from the archive and interviews with the key players.

About the Author

Geert Vandenbon is a race expert, Tour of Flanders fanatic, storyteller and music maker. He worked for more than 20 years in the organisation and expansion of de Ronde (Tour of Flanders), is co-founder of the Centrum RVV in Oudenaarde, wrote and published various sports books. Frederik Backelandt started out as a sports journalist at Het Nieuwsblad and now heads Grinta! Publications. He also wrote several cycling books. He does not only display his knowledge about cycling on paper; he also races himself. He has won the World Cycling Championship for journalists several times and is addicted to cycling in the mountains.

Lannoo Publishers
22nd Mar 2023
World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
320 mm x 260 mm
600 Pages
450 color, 50 b&w
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