The #GreenTeam present also Milano-Sanremo and Tirreno-Adriatico
The most awaited event by Bardiani-CSF is now officially scheduled. The #GreenTeam will be at the start of 2019 Giro d’Italia, which will start on May 11 from Bologna and will end on June 2 in Verona, thanks to the wild card granted by RCS Sport. In addition to the Corsa Rosa Bardiani-CSF received the invitation to ride first monument classic of the season, Milano-Sanremo (March 23), and Tirreno-Adriatico (March 13-19). The three races are included in the UCI World Tour calendar.
Bardiani-CSF can thus celebrate its seventh participation in seven years of activity (the same for the Classicissima) while for Bruno Reverberi the record of participation reaches 37 in 38 years as manager. Numbers of absolute importance, as well as the count of successes (27 stages won and six shirts), which make the Reverberi sports group a unique reality in the world cycling scene.
"We have never hidden that Giro d'Italia has always been out biggest calendar in the season, as well as the chance to attend the most important races in Italy, Milano-Sanremo and Tirreno-Adriatico above all” said Bruno Reverberi.
"Year after year, cycling becomes more and more global and the competition for a wild card is getting closer and closer. Since 2013, thanks to the support of Bardiani and CSF, we have embarked on a new path, based not only on results but also on a project dedicated to young people. In a constantly evolving cycling, we are strongly convinced that our choice is the best for a team like ours. The call of RCS, which we thank, is the best certificate we could receive “.
The confirmation of the wild cards arrives on the day when the #GreenTeam ended its fifteen days training camp in Spain. The return to Italy is scheduled for tomorrow. The official debut has already been announced and scheduled for February 12 at Colombia Tour, followed by the Italian one at Trofeo Laigueglia on the 17th. The other races that complete the first part of the racing season will be confirmed soon.