183 km for the one-day British race, scheduled on Sunday
In the middle of the summer Bardiani-CSF is going to fly to Great Britain to attend on Sunday, July 29, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic. The road race, officially launched in 2011 as preview of the Olympic race of 2012 Games, is the 26th event of the UCI World Tour circuit.
The 183 km of the route will run through the Capital and Surrey region, putting peloton and fast wheels to fight for the win on The Mall. The last experience of the #GreenTeam, in 2016, have seen Paolo Simion placing sixth.
Seven riders – average age 23.5
Vincenzo Albanese (ITA, 1996, all rounder)
Enrico Barbin (ITA, 1990, all rounder)
Andrea Guardini (ITA, 1989, sprinter)
Mirco Maestri (ITA, 1991, rouleur)
Lorenzo Rota (ITA, 1995, rouleur – climber)
Paolo Simion (ITA, 1992, sprinter)
Alessandro Tonelli (ITA, 1992, rouleur)
Team director: Roberto Reverberi
Reverberi: “A World Tour race is always an important stage and demanding test. The RideLondon Classic will be a though test bench for our guys and, of course, we hope to honor it in the best way. The race will be also the starting point of an intense schedule with twenty race in three months. Our performances and results has been pretty satisfying for us, but we hope to make better and better before the end of the season”.