Amy Pieters will be transferred to a hospital in the Netherlands but remains unconscious two weeks after crashing in training.
The Dutch rider was placed into an induced coma at a hospital in Alicante after requiring surgery to relieve pressure on her brain following an incident while away with the national track team in Spain.
The three-time Madison world champion, 30, remains in a stable but unchanged condition.
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"Amy Pieters will be transported from Spain to a hospital in the Netherlands by a specialist team of Eurocross on Thursday, January 6," read a statement from her road team SD Worx.
"Pieters is breathing independently and the sedation has been phased out. Otherwise, her situation is stable but unchanged.
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"Only when the rider awakens will the medics be able to get a first impression of the consequences of the fall."
Pieters is a four-time stage-winner at the Women's Tour and the reigning Dutch national champion on the road.
Cyclo-cross world champion Lucinda Brand dedicated victory at the GP Sven Nys to her team-mate on New Year's Day, while many other riders have tweeted their support.
Fellow track and road star Ellen van Dijk tweeted: The end & beginning of a year are normally times to post something. At this moment I struggle a bit with it.
"Thinking of Amy, nothing else seems important. I don’t know if posting about Amy will help her, but who knows.
"May the power of the peloton be with you."
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