Vuelta a Andalucía-Ruta del Sol (2.PRO)
Stage 1: Ubrique-Iznájar (200’7km)
Stage 2: Archidona-Alcalá la Real (150’6km)
Stage 3: Lucena-Otura (153’2km)
Stage 4: Cúllar Vega-Baza (167’4km)
Stage 5: Huesa-Chiclana de Segura (146’4km)
Spain continues to be the focus of the competitive attention of EOLO Kometa, which will be looking for a leading role in the five stages of the competition from this Wednesday. Starting in Ubrique and finishing in Chiclana de Segura, the spectacle is assured by the extremely demanding profiles and an ideal route for adventurers.
And in this mission to wear the Gobik jersey on the Andalusian roads, riders will have to overcome an opening day of 200 kilometres or a fourth stage, which will be a key day, with two first category climbs in its first stages. The management of the forces and the setting of objectives will be key for the team to achieve good results.
Lorenzo Fortunato, who continues to get into a competitive rhythm after his debut in Murcia, will try to get as far as possible in the overall, Vincenzo Albanese, who is looking to fight for stage victories, Francesco Gavazzi, Mark Christian, Alejandro Ropero, Diego Pablo Sevilla and Diego Rosa, who is motivated to put in good performances, are all called up to compete in the Vuelta a Andalucía.
Jesús Hernández: “We have a strong team, which will revolve around Albanese in the search for victories. We will work to give him protection and support, so that he can take advantage of the great form with which he has started the season. In the same way, we will look after Fortunato with the idea that he will show his level and take advantage of his talent to achieve a good general classification in a Vuelta a Andalucía that will be very hard, with no easy days, always with mountain passes at the start or ambushes in the final part. And I’m sure that we’ll know how to take advantage of that to get good results“.