This week, the Wolfpack can be followed at the Tour de Wallonie, a race taking place in a region that got affected by severe flooding last week.
The seven Deceuninck – Quick-Step riders who are in action at the Tour de Wallonie have put their signatures on the team’s blue jersey, which will be auctioned as of today until July 28. The profits will go to Red Cross Flanders, who is currently helping the people affected by last week’s natural disaster.
Andrea Bagioli, Josef Cerny, Fabio Jakobsen, Yves Lampaert, Florian Sénéchal, Pieter Serry, Bert Van Lerberghe and the whole Wolfpack want to show their support for all the people whose life was changed by the floods and urges our fans to do the same, by bidding for this special jersey.
The Red Cross is an independent voluntary-sector organisation. Falling under the umbrella of the Belgian Red Cross, Belgian Red Cross-Flanders forms part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Their mission involves three strands, namely to defend the interests of vulnerable people both at home and abroad, to be proactive in emergency-management and to care for vulnerable individuals.
You can find all the details and bid for the jersey, here.