The Italian leading company for the distribution of cycling components has partnered with the most important Italian Cross Country series
March 6th is now behind the corner, and so is the awaited debut of the 2022 Internazionali d’Italia Series. San Zeno di Montagna (Verona, Northern Italy) and the Pineta Sperane park at the foot of Mount Baldo are expecting the best international XCO riders, starting with Lars Forster, Mona Mitterwallner, Stephane Tempier, Luca Braidot and Yana Belomoina.
In view of the opening stage, Pineta Sperane XCO, Internazionali d’Italia Series has announced a new partnership with Ciclo Promo Components, the Italian leading company for the distribution of cycling components, coming on board from the 2022 season, and sharing the vision of continuous progression of most important Italian XCO series.
Promoter of several sustainability initiatives, Ciclo Promo Components believes in the leading role of the MTB as zero-emission means of transportation. A perfect match for Internazionali d’Italia Series, whose goal of extending the basis and increasing the overall stature of the Italian MTB movement has collected significant results over the years.
“We look at this agreement as something more than a sponsorship”, said Ciclo Promo Components’ Founder and Marketing Manager Loris Campagnolo. – “It is a significant sign of restart for us after a period of uncertainty. This looks forward to the opportunity of linking our company to the most important Italian MTB circuit, a World-renowned challenge attended by the best international riders”.
“We are happy to welcome Ciclo Promo Components in the Internazionali d’Italia Series family”, explained CM Outdoor Events’ Michele Mondini. – “The company has shown believe in our circuit and in its vision, which is crucial for us.”
Pineta Sperane XCO will also put up for grab the first leaders’ jerseys of 2022 Internazionali d’Italia Series. The program will start at 10.30 CET with the Men’s Junior race, followed by the Women’s competitions (Open and Junior) at 12.30 CET and the Men’s Open race scheduled at 14.30 CET.