Purito Rodriguez wins the stage and Chris Froome dons the yellow jersey on the wall at Huy.
Chris Froome enjoyed a fine victory at the Criterium du Dauphinè. The British rider from Team Sky made his mark in the final classification for this short French stage race.
Cycling shoes have always formed the core business for Sidi Sport, which is one of the leading companies in the world for this sector. However, in order to guarantee a complete experience and meet the demands of the cyclist, Sidi has come out with a wide range of clothing and accessories for men and women, suited to road cycling and mountain bike riding as well.
The roads of Sidi Sport are already taking on a yellow hue. A fantastic, all-Sidi double arrived nicely wrapped up from the Paris-Nice, with victory by the Australian Richie Porte (Team Sky) and second place for the World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski (Etixx – Quick-Step).
For Joaquim Rodriguez the start of the 2015 season kicked off at Sidi. On Monday the Spanish champion from Team Katusha visited the Sidi Sport general headquarters in Maser (Treviso).
The body’s extremities, particularly the feet, are the most delicate and sensitive point for those “diehards” who pedal even in the face of the harsh winter climate.
“From Head to Toe”…watch the video for the debut of the book by Dino Signori, founder and owner of Sidi Sport. Special guests World Champions: Michal Kwiatkowski, Tony Cairoli, Kiara Fontanesi.
“From Head to Toe”...watch the video for the debut of the book by Dino Signori, founder and owner of Sidi Sport. Special guests World Champions: Michal Kwiatkowski, Tony Cairoli, Kiara Fontanesi.
Today the Sidi Sport headquarters in Maser (Treviso) held the presentation of the book Dalla testa ai piedi – From head to toe, a collection of stories and anecdotes by Dino Signori, owner and founder of Sidi Sport. The themes of the story are life, work and sport.
Michal Kwiatkowski is the new World Champion and Sidi Sport has the honour and the satisfaction of donning the rainbow championship jersey with him.
After the Giro and the Tour, Sidi Sport has confirmed itself as a major player on the roads of the Vuelta España. In the first part of the Spanish stage race, riders from the Sidi Sport stables were providing plenty of thrills and excitement.
Peter Sagan scores the green jersey for the points’ classification for the third year in a row.
The first part of the Tour de France came to its conclusion with the climbing arrival at La Planche des Belles Filles on July 14th, France’s national Bastille holiday.
National championship titles in both road racing and rime trials were disputed on roads all over the world in the last days of June. These important titles qualify the winners to wear their countries’ national jerseys for the entire year. As always, riders from the Sidi stables carved out a place for themselves as true protagonists.
The 2014 Tour de Suisse carries the signature of Sidi Sport. In the important Helvetian stage race, which served as a luxury starter to the upcoming Tour de France, the champions from the Sidi stables shone brightly, capturing no less than 7 out of the 9 stages on the schedule, plus the final classification.
For Sidi Sport Rigoberto Uran takes second place and the red jersey goes to Nacer Bouhanni.
Rigoberto Uran wears the pink jersey and Nacer Bouhanni the red.
The Giro d’Italia is off and running and in the first week of the pink race the riders from the Sidi Sport stables figured right away as major players and especially winners. In fact, Sidi saw two magical doubles. Diego Ulissi, from the Lampre-Merida team, which is entirely branded by Sidi, made his mark in the 5th stage in Viggiano and in the 8th stage, on the uphill arrival at Montecopiolo. Meanwhile, Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) won the bunch sprint in the 4th and the 7th stages at Bari and Foligno respectively. Thanks to these two victories, Bouhanni is also wearing the red jersey for the special points classification in the Giro.
Betancur king of the Paris-Nice. Kwiatkowski and Sagan star in the Tirreno-Adriatico.
Michal Kwiatkowski first and Peter Sagan second.