Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia wrapped up their Croatian transfer in the fifth and last stage of the Tour of Croatia, which featured the final finish line in the capital city of Zagabria.
The Area Zero-D'Amico-Bottecchia team are at present riding in the Tour of Croatia. Here is a great little video they have made on their tour so far.
The reigning stage in the Tour of Croatia was full of excitement. The 3rd stage lasted 228 km between Plitvice and Ucka (Vojak), and featured an uphill arrival on Monte Maggiore at an altitude of over1300 metres.
“The first two stages were very challenging. Yesterday and today the peloton travelled at a very fast average pace, not leaving much room for breaks,” explains Sport Director Massimo Codol.
Colombian Eduardo Estrada will make his debut in the Area Zero jersey. Watch the race on TV via Eurosport2.
Things are about to become intense for Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia. The Italian continental formation led by team manager Ivan De Paolis is getting ready for a very important transfer to the roads of Eastern Europe.
“The Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali was a very important test for our team,” explains sport director Massimo Codol.
From March 26th to the 29th, it’s the Settimana Internazionale Coppi & Bartali.
Today’s good performance at the Gp Nobili Rubinetterie, the Piedmont classic on the Italian spring calendar, has brought satisfaction and optimism to team Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia.
Area Zero - D’Amico - Bottecchia’s season continues. This week the all Italian continental team led by team manager Ivan De Paolis will be lining up for the start of the Gran Premio Nobili Rubinetterie - 12th Coppa Papà Carlo Trophy – 7th Coppa Città di Stresa Trophy.
Area Zero D’Amico-Bottecchia is pleased to officially announce the arrival of Colombian Eduardo Estrada to the team, which makes him the twelfth rider on the team’s roster for the 2015 season.
Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia got off to an excellent start, taking a fine third place with Paolo Ciavatta at the GP Izola in Slovenia on Sunday. The Italian continental team directed by team manager Ivan De Paolis took its first podium this season in the third race of the year.
Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia’s season is progressing. On Sunday, March 1st, the Italian continental formation led by Ivan De Paolis will be lining up for the start of the GP Izola Butan Plin in Slovenia, a race in which Area Zero obtained an excellent second place last year.
Team Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia is starting off the season with an international appointment this weekend on the roads of Croatia, in the GP Lagua to be held on Sunday, February 15th, in Porec, Istria.
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.