The curtain has closed on the 2014 season. Area Zero D'Amico stood out as major players from start to finish, from their debut in the pack at the GP Costa Etruschi in February, all the way to the GP Beghelli in October.
For Area Zero D’Amico there are two classics to contend with on the Italian calendar before they wrap up the 2014 season.
The Area Zero D’Amico project revolves around the development of the young athletes that make up the ranks of the squad. Race after race, the 2014 season represented a growing curve for the all-Italian continental team.
The young riders from Area Zero D’Amico will be among the contestants lined up for the start of the 95th Milano Torino "Trofeo Nobili Rubinetterie" scheduled for Wednesday, October 1st, on the 193.5 km route from Settimo Milanese to the basilica in Superga.
The 2014 Trittico Lombardo wrapped up with the 94th Tre Valli Varesine race. For Area Zero D'Amico, the all-Italian continental team managed by Ivan de Paolis and Andrea Tonti, it was an intense three days.
The 96th Coppa Bernocchi that took place today was the first act in the Trittico Lombardo, and it immediately gave a nice result to Area Zero D’Amico, the Italian continental formation managed by Ivan De Paolis and Andrea Tonti.
Coppa Bernocchi on the 16th, Coppa Agostoni on the 17th and the Tre Valli Varesine on the 18th of September.
Area Zero D’Amico’s Colombian adventure has come to its conclusion. The final tally for the young, all-Italian continental team led by team managers Ivan de Paolis and Andrea Tonti was definitely positive: one stage victory, two podium places, other important placements and even the jersey for best foreigner in the classification.
Area Zero D’Amico super in the Vuelta a Colombia: first for Andrea Pasqualon and third for Fabio Chinello.
After six intense stages full of thrills, the Vuelta a Colombia is enjoying a day of rest. We’ve reached the halfway mark in this important South American race; now it’s time for the conclusive stages that will lead to the final finish line in Medellin, on Sunday, August 17th.
Area Zero D’Amico has flown off to South America. This is the first important trip outside of Europe for the Italian continental team managed by Ivan De Paolis and Andrea Tonti. Team will take part at Vuelta a Colombia scheduled from 6 to 17 August.
Now they fly to Spain; Circuito Getxo is on Thursday.
The training camp in Bormio wraps up ready for GP Larciano and Giro di Toscana.The team today special guest at Bottecchia.
Area Zero D’Amico is back to pedalling on great climbs. The Italian continental formation managed by Ivan De Paolis and Andrea Tonti will be hard at work from July 13th to the 18th in Bormio (Sondrio). For Area Zero this is their second training camp in Bormio, following the one they had in the month of June.
A-level exams to obtain a high school diploma are one of the many goals to achieve in life. It seems like Giovanni Carboni has done so brilliantly. Carboni, born in the Marche in 1995, is the youngest rider in Area Zero D’Amico and especially the youngest Italian professional in the pack for this 2014 season.
Area Zero D’Amico had a very good race today at the Italian Championships held in Trentino, on the roads of the Val di Non and Val di Sole. At the finish line in Fondo, Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) captured the tri-coloured jersey ahead of Davide Formolo (Cannondale) and Matteo Rabottini (Yellow Fluo), but among the continental teams that lined up at the starting line, once again today Area Zero D’Amico carved out a place for themselves as true protagonists.
Area Zero D’Amico scored high marks once again at the Giro dell’Appennino. Andrea Pasqualon is already a high roller for Area Zero this year, making it to the podium several times. Here he took home a great 5th place in the bunch sprint, from which the formidable Sonny Colbrelli (Bardiani) emerged the winner.
Elia Viviani (Cannondale) won the fourth and last stage that arrived in Novo Mesto, wrapping up the Tour de Slovenie that was captured by Portugal’s Tiago Machado (NetApp). Area Zero D’Amico, the all-Italian continental team managed by Ivan De Paolis and Andrea Tonti, has come out of this test even more mature, determined and motivated to take on new challenges.
After the productive work carried out at their retreat in Bormio, Valtellina, Area Zero D’Amico will be back on the scene in Slovenia. The young, all-Italian continental team lead by team managers Ivan De Paolis and Andrea Tonti will in fact line up at the start for the Tour de Slovenie, scheduled from June 19th to the 23rd.
Today’s last morning ride concluded the retreat that saw Area Zero D’Amico pedalling all week in Valtellina. It was an intense, productive week for the young, new, all-Italian Continental team lead by team managers Ivan De Paolis and Andrea Tonti. The troupe were guests at the QC Terme Bagni di Bormio facilities, one of the main partners of Area Zero.