Becoming a European Champion
Wilier Triestina has produced a special colour scheme for the URTA SLRs ridden by the Wilier-Pirelli team European champions Simone Avondetto and Fabian Rabensteiner.
Because winners are born but champions are made.
Two weeks after Rabensteiner’s victory, Simone Avondetto (silver medallist in Novi Sad in 2021) finally wins the European XCO in the under 23 category in Anadia, Portugal.
The Andean Raid is an ultracycling event that starts and ends in Cusco.
Laura Gallardo was the best among the women, completing the 440 kilometre course, with 9,000 metres of elevation gain, in 39 hours and 27 minutes.
The Seven Serpents Gravel is an off-road bikepacking challenge that stretches over 800 kilometres, with a positive elevation gain of 15,000 metres.
Omar Martinello (known to most as Omero) and his Jena covered the entire route, from Ljubljana to Trieste. In four days.
Perth to Brisbane in 31 days and 5,422 km for Caroline Soubayroux and David Ferguson through sweet-smelling eucalyptus, acacia and sandalwood while navigating the busy A1/M1.
Thanks to a temperate climate that puts long rides on the menu whatever the season, Tenerife has become a go-to destination for cyclists, supplying an eternal roadmap of climbs and descents to test a rider’s legs amongst jaw-dropping scenery. In short: it’s a location that ticks all the boxes when it came to kick-starting the adventure of the Filante Hybrid.
Back with a vengeance: after narrowly missing the top honours in the World Cup overall by getting edged out at the final round in Snowshoe last year, Simone Avondetto kicked off his campaign for the Under 23 world title in the jersey of Wilier – Pirelli with a bit of bad luck in Brazil’s Petrópolis.
Riding to a storming second place at the first round of the UCI XCO MTB World Cup in Petrópolis, 20-year-old Swiss rider Janis Baumann is confirmation that the young guns of Team Wilier – Pirelli will be making waves in the future.