Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Great Weekend for Team Stradalli – Safetti Cycling

Our collegiatec boys did extremely well and won the road race with Peter Forester and got second and 5th in the crit also took the win with Andy Scarano at the Time Trial.

Our U23 Mountain biker Jonathan also won his first local Florida Road race, great success for just a cross training day :)

Our mountain biker Bob McCarty dominated winning the 6 hour solo race with best lap time and most laps
Our latin Miami boys Kiko and Yuniet del Toro took 1-2 at country walk
Marco and Tom did the 6 hour 2 man team mountain bike race and also won best team
Marco did most the work because Tom hit a tree and guess the tree won, see attached pics








Team Training



A Very Cold and Rainy Mountain Bike Race Great Turnout for Team Stradalli - Safetti Cycling 4 Racers

A very Cold and Rainy Mountain Bike Race Great Turnout for Team Stradalli - Safetti Cycling 4 Racers, 4 Podiums


Team Stradalli - Safetti Winning First 2017 Crit Race with German Sprinter Florenz Knauer

TEAMWORK


Teamwork (Boss is always watching)


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Monday, November 21, 2016

Rain, Cobblestones and Pure Emotions - Jean Bosco Moves up in GC

We already told a lot the last days about the incredible and enthusiastic atmosphere during this edition of Tour du Rwanda. But what happened today at the "wall of Kigali" was again much more we could ever expect.

A nation. A history. Surely not the easiest history, but what this generation of Rwandan's showed as emotion today, was much more we can even describe with words. Effusive, frenetic, even rollicking are the words we could try to describe this atmosphere today with and the fans cheered the riders on the "wall of Kigali" - an incredibly steep hill of 17% in the middle of Rwanda's capital.
Pictures that you never would expect in Germany or Europe - the so called "traditional cycling countries". But those pictures are real. The pictures in the same way as all the emotions. Not just people standing there watching an event that just passes by - no, not at all. These people are fans, enthusiastic and real fans of the sport - the sport of cycling and their heroes - the riders.
"After I worked a lot today I was in one of the last groups to save my energy for tomorrow but when I saw these people cheering us that way, I gave all I had again to climb this hill. I just felt I owe it to those people who came here, waited so long and now deserve that everybody gives the same as they did - incredible! I would love to see such pictures in Germany again", Matthias Schnapka explained after the race - obviously still flashed from such a lot emotion today.

But what happened in front of the race? Exactly one year ago it was Jean Bosco Nsengimana who won at the same place in solitude and secured the overall win of Tour du Rwanda 2015. And now? This year the dominator is Valens Ndayisenga. The man from Team Dimension Data - also Rwandan (and overall winner 2014) - climbed with an incredible performance and won the stage in front of his team mate Metkel Eyob from Eritrea.
Jean-Bosco Nsengimana finished in 8th place just 20 seconds down on Valens, and moved 1 place up in GC and now ranks 4th overall classification.
Just one more stage to go in Kigali tomorrow on a quite hard circuit race and the Tour du Rwanda 2016 will be in the books again. We are sure that the atmosphere will be great again!