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By Kirsten Robbins
Team H2O's roster has grown to 17 with the arrival of Belgian rider Jan Kuyckx, team manager Max Radoni told Cyclingnews. The 29-year old was a formidable protagonist in this year's Paris-Tours, where he finished second place behind his fellow countryman Philippe Gilbert.
Kuyckx joins the new team after a two year stint with Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner. "I am very happy to land a position with this team," Kuyckx said. "They're convinced that with my help in the team, we will be able to obtain some good results this year. Thanks particularly to Max Radoni who strongly wanted me to be apart of this squad."