Stradalli is Proud to Announce the Formation of Servetto-Stradalli Cycle Women’s World Tour Cycling Team.
Servetto-Stradalli Women's World Tour cycling team is formed
November 22, 2017 (FPRC) --
Stradalli is proud to announce the formation of Servetto-Stradalli cycle women’s world tour cycling team. Servetto-Stradalli will be participating in the expanded UCI Women’s WorldTour in 2018. The Servetto-Stradalli team will be riding the Stradalli carbon lightweight R7 bikes through the full race schedule beginning in Feb, 2018. The team will be comprised of 14 racers from 7 countries and will include 4 national champions, 3 former Olympians, 2 European champions and 4 racers who participated in the 2017 world road cycling championship. “Stradalli is proud to continue our support of women at all levels of cycling. Whether a weekend warrior or a WorldTour racer, female cyclists deserve the same support and recognition as their male counter-parts. We at Stradalli feel it is our responsibility to be part of a movement to level the field for all participants regardless of gender,” said Tom Steinbacher, founder of Stradalli Carbon Sports. As part of their commitment to opening up the sport, the Servetto-Stradalli team has held 2 spots open for qualified racers to submit their resume. If you are interested, please send your resume to: email@example.com
About Stradalli Carbon Sports:
Stradalli specializes in ultra-light carbon fiber components. These products are professionally race tested and put through the strictest quality control process. Stradalli produces frames and components which allow all athletes to realize their fullest potential without decimating their savings account. Stradalli components put the cost-conscious cyclist on the same level as the professional who gets top of the line equipment for free through their sponsors. The only difference is that with Stradalli, our customers do not have to sacrifice performance for price. We give them world-class performance for an affordable price. Visit: www.stradalli.com for more information.
Send an email to Robert Felt of http://stradalli.com