it 26 Years

Mattia Bais

Pro team

Born in Rovereto on Oct. 19, 1996, Mattia has always raced with his brother Davide, with whom he shares a passion for cycling and the mountains. His first pedal strokes with the Mori jersey, then with Trento’s Forti e Veloci and Montecorona. In 2015 the jump to the U23s with Team Event Soullimit and then moved on to Cycling Team Friuli, with which in 2019 he switched to the Continental category. Also in 2019 here is the move to Androni-Sidermec and, in 2022, to Drone Hopper with which he raced the last Giro d’Italia putting himself on display with his breakaways from afar. “I am delighted to have arrived in this team,” he says enthusiastically, “because I used to hear my brother’s stories and see how he worked, and so I always had the image of a great team: a serious, compact team, capable of developing riders well and putting them on the right path. It will be great to have a brother on the team because he is someone you can trust blindly: we will share everything starting from training, and I am sure that everyone will always be ready to lend a hand to the other without having to talk.” Mattia defines himself as a climber passer, “I am someone who loves to get in front and push for many kilometers and who makes endurance his strength. At the Giro d’Italia I always stood out as one of the most combative riders and most often in the breakaway-I’m like that.” And when he’s not on his bike? “I, like Davide, love the mountains: we’re setting up a small house in our neck of the woods, in a beautiful place. When we’re not pedaling, we like to work on our house.”



KOM Tirreno-Adriatico ('21)


Points GC Tirreno-Adriatico ('21)


stage Giro d'Italia Santena-Torino('22)


Tre Valli Varesine ('21, '19)


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