VELO 2023 is the unique yearbook with detailed information about the 2022 cycling year.
Unique and practical, VELO is the annual reference book that presents detailed information on the past cycling season.
VELO 2023 reflects a fantastic season.
What a great cycling season, distinguished by wonderful individual and collective deeds of heroism! The three major tours all had new winners and were frequently a thrilling spectacle to behold. Jai Hindley in Italy, Jonas Vingegaard in France and Remco Evenepoel in Spain ousted favourites Pogacar and Roglic. The classics were also often fiercely contested too and had their own share of firsts such as as Mohoric in Sanremo, the African Girmay in Wevelgem, van Baarle in Roubaix, Teuns in the Flèche Wallonne and Evenepoel in la Doyenne. The young Belgian, also solo winner of the world championship in Australia, is certainly the number 1 rider of the cycling season on the road, as evidenced by his numerous prizes, including the “Vélo d’Or”. The impressive and indestructible Annemiek van Vleuten stood out among the women. On the track the world One Hour record was broken twice, the new holder is now Filippo Ganna. This new VELO covers all this and more in its texts and, above all, in its figures. But we must not forget that the fact this VELO is celebrating its 68th edition this year is thanks to you, its loyal readers, and also the important contribution of its publisher, printing house Antilope De Bie Printing, to whom the entire VELO team would like to express their gratitude.
As with the previous editions, VELO 2023 also includes the results of other cycling disciplines and looks at riders and cycling personalities who have left us. There are also index cards on riders who shone in the past year.
Publication date has been set for 9 February 2023. So VELO 2023 will be available from 13 February.