Specialized wants Deceuninck-QuickStep to take 'full responsibility' following Keisse incident

Bike manufacturer Specialized has said it has been working with Deceuninck-QuickStep to ensure they take "full responsibility for their actions" after the incident that resulted in a woman filing a police complaint against Iljo Keisse ahead of the Vuelta a San Juan. Specialized, which has supplied bikes to the team since 2012, said the behaviour was "not representative" of its brand.

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