Yves Lampaert became a cyclist at age 17. After 11 years of judo, in which he obtained the black belt, he thought it was time for something else. His nephew was a good cyclist at that time and members like Yves were very welcome at the time.
"Cycling is a tough sport and I love to go on the track and see a lot of things during the work. The classics are not far from my house, that's why I love them a little extra. I love the cobblestones. " Lampy is a farmer's son, which gives him a predilection for nature.
In 2017 Yves added three nice races to his palmares: Dwars door Vlaanderen, the Belgian time trial title and a stage in the Vuelta a España. "I feel that I have developed further last season and have therefore become a more complete cyclist. I have become much stronger in the longer races, which is important in view of the classics. I want to become even stronger, continue to work for the team and achieve good results when I get the chance. "