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Only three weeks after he hit was by a car while training, Joost Posthuma is back on his bike again....
Only three weeks after he hit was by a car while training, Joost Posthuma is back on his bike again. The Rabobank rider suffered severe bruising, strained ribs, a strained ankle and a torn leg muscle in April when he was hit by car while training in Germany.
Posthuma hopes to return for the Vuelta a España. "It's going rather well, but we still have a long way to go," he said on the team's website, rabobank.nl.