SD Worx to donate Amstel Gold Race prize money and auction S-Works Tarmac SL7 for TRADE project

Team SD Worx at Brabantse Pijl this week
Team SD Worx at Brabantse Pijl this week (Image credit: Getty Images)

Team SD Worx announced that they will donate their prize money from Amstel Gold Race Ladies Edition, and auction five jerseys and a team-issued Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 to raise money for the TRAuma and DEmentia, a crowdfunding project through the Limburg University Fund/SWOL and in collaboration with Maastricht University and Mondriaan Zorggroep, all based in Limburg.

"Resilience is one of the most important qualities you need to be able to succeed as a cyclist. You have to overcome setbacks, get up again after falling, never let yourself be crushed mentally, let injuries heal and be able to put disappointments aside," read a statement from SD WOrx.

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