One weekend. Two prestigious one-day races. Strong competition and weather that really offered everything!
A great race, but one that claimed its victims: Even before the start, plans had to be changed at short notice. A few crashes later, three of five BIKE AID riders finished the tour.
Three days in the breakaway, making life difficult for Quintana on the climbs and in the end only seconds away from winning the team classification.
In Thailand, BIKE AID had hoped for more, but is grateful for the fantastic impressions.
After three very successful months with BIKE AID, Henok Mulubrhan fulfills his dream and joins a UCI Pro team from April 1st 2022 to set his sights on the Giro.
Last Sunday the seven-day stage race ended in northern France. With summer temperatures, some of the best cycling culture and history was experienced here!
Henok Mulubrhan becomes African road champion and thereby puts the crown on a historic weekend for the cycling nation of Eritrea.
How Rwanda’s terribly unpleasant history turned the country into a cycling-loving country.
The Australian rides a strong first race with BIKE AID on to the podium and the daily, mutual sacrifice leads to the well-deserved victory of the team classification!
Check out this great movie our partner SIGMA SPORT (supplier of our professional team) made about Salim Kipkemboi last summer.