The sub-23 RH + / POLARTEC will face next week’s Vuelta al Bidasoa, one of the major goals of the team after playing in France the Tour de Bretagne, one of the toughest races of the season and that has served to gain experience, adapt to many days of competition (seven stages) and pick up pace in the legs.
Of six riders that went to France, half also will take the start in Bidasoa, Diego Noriega, Diego Pablo Sevilla and JuanPe Lopez, who after assimilate workload, reach Bidasoa in a good form. However, the team director, Rafael Diaz Justo, explains that, for the team, “was a shame that the rider that.
we had for the general in Bretagne, Diego Noriega, suffered two crashes in the first two stages and lost a lot of time. The balance, in any case, is positive, with Juan Camacho going from strength to strength, and a good job of Seville, always combative. Younger also fulfilled, since Juanpe Guillem López and Cassú have managed to finish and only Sergio Hernandez had to stop two days before the final. “
The U23 RH+/POLARTEC will face next week the Vuelta al Bidasoa, one of the major goals of the team after playing in France the Tour de Bretagne, one of the toughest races of the season and that has served to gain experience, adapt to many days of competition (seven stages) and pick up pace in the legs.
“This year has been the best we finished the Tour of Britain, with 5 riders, although they were three freshmen. You always hope a little more from the team, but in a race and land as hard as this one, with two stages of 200 kilometers, the balance is good. In addition, participation in this race will pay off later, thanks to all that riders have been learning”, concludes Rafael Diaz Justo.
Along with the three riders who come from Bretagne, will complete the team for Bidasoa the majority of those who remained in Spain racing the Spanish Cup: Alvaro Cuadros, Fernando Barceló, Miguel Angel Ballesteros and Daniele Cantoni. The challenge is very complicated because Enric Mas was second overall last year and everyone dreams of improving this result.
(Automatic translation. Forgive inaccuracies).