The hottest colour today is Fluo Yellow and BIOTEX accepts the tinge challenge for this cycling season.
Both the Yellow teams, men’s and women’s, are wearing BIOTEX in 2014.
YELLOW FLUO Team http://www.yellowfluoteam.com/
Registered with the UCI: Union Cycliste Internationale, in the Professional Continental Teams category.
“Mission: exploit the team building capacity to win everywhere in the world, above all as a team, but also as individuals”. Italian sponsors already dedicated to professional cycling and sharing Italian origins, proudly left their mark abroad. Consolidated management acquired important know-how in managing a professional team with a fresh and youthful image-oriented approach.
Confirmed athletes flanked by young prodigies ready to bloom with a bridge they can count on between the present and the future in a project that is just getting started, but promises go the distance. Team building is the key to international success in quality, number, and importance, already resulting in steady growth during the first three years of business.
THE TEAM BECOMES 2014 ITALIAN CHAMPION
ALÉ CIPOLLINI GALASSIA TEAM
A team registered with the UCI: Union Cycliste Internationale for the Women’s Teams categories. A Team born in 2011 but that has already earned the title of one of the best teams in the world, for the expertise and experience of the managers and the accomplishments of the athletes engaged. A pool of Champions, carefully selected, mixed to achieve the top competitive levels, growing year by year, and bringing the name of every sponsor that supports the Team to victory in Italy and around the world. Here are just some of the important competitions on the 2014 calendar: Giro d'Italia Rosa, Italian Championship, Giro del Trentino, Trofeo Binda, La Fleche Wallone.
WILIER TREVIGIANI TEAM
Registered with the UCI: Union Cycliste Internationale, in the Continental Teams category. The team consists of thirteen young athletes of merit, carefully selected and attentively followed in their training and competitive activities. From a media point of view, there was to be a considerable surge in quality. The team was to be admitted to many of the professional races in France, Germany, Great Britain, Belgium, Holland, Spain, and other European Countries. Moreover, they would be present at all the professional competitions on the Italian calendar, excluding only the appointments reserved for the World Tour teams.