The evolution of the Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team pubblicato il 18/09/2018

The evolution of the Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team


The Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team has made some exciting announcements with regards to new athletes who will be joining the team in 2019. Sophie Wright was the first announcement and joined the team with immediate effect. She already impressed in her first stage race, finishing sixth overall in Giro della Toscana and second in the young rider classification.

Following Wright’s announcement were the additions of Nikola Nosková and Leah Thomas. This was preceded by the contract extension of Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig who will take a leadership role next year.

“We’re going through the evolution of the what we’ve been working on with our partners and that’s to have a very professional platform to develop athletes to the next level,” team manager, Thomas Campana, explained. “When we refer to development, it’s not necessarily a young athlete, it’s older athletes coming from other sports too. They enter our organisation to receive professional support to become a better cyclist, but also to live healthy lives, learn how to be professional in the media, how to run their social media accounts. This is what we offer to committed athletes.”

Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio and Lotta Lepistö have led the team the past four seasons and will be leaving having now been developed to a world-class level. Moolman-Pasio has become one of the most consistent riders in the world and ranked as high as third in the UCI Rankings. Lepistö won her first professional race with the team on the way to becoming a sort after sprinter these days. These success stories are what the team stands for Campana said.




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