The Dutch Cyclist Fabio Jakobsen has published on their social networks that has got back on the bike to train, after the serious accident who suffered in the Tour of Poland last August.
In this test he suffered a serious accident, which forced him to be operated on for 5 hours and to be in the ICU for a week.
In early November, Jakobsen announced earlier in the month that the stitches had been removed suture in the jaw and that he already wanted to ride the bike when his pelvis was "healthy and strong as before."
After a few hard months of recovery has got back on the bike, great news for him and the cycling world
"Back on the bike”Commented the athlete on his Instagram account, along with a photo in which he is seen wearing a jersey, holding a bicycle and accompanied by cyclist Delore Stougje.
"I am already looking forward to my next surgery in January. Meanwhile, little by little I will start training again. It has been quite a journey so far.
With this post I would like to thank all the medical specialists who have helped me along the way".
Dylan Groenewegen, responsible for the accident, suspended 9 months
The International Cycling Union (UCI) recently announced that suspended with nine months a Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma), responsible for the Jakobsen accident.