The Massey Team UCI Women’s Tactic Season 3 will begin in the elite women’s road bike race with an ever more international team. 7 out of 12 runners in the group Torroella de Montgrí (Girona) They are foreigners with the goal of taking another step forward in 2021.
The five engagements this year are international: Norway Hine lifeSlovenian Kern Play, And Dutch Mike Colji, British Emma Grant And Canadian Olivia Barrell, That has been added to a file Gabriel Pilot Fortin, From Canada, and Espinola marine waterFrom Paraguay. The rest of the squad – the only Catalan in the highest category – is completed by Tarragona’s continuity Miria Benito, La ampurdanesa Miria TriasOsuna Martina Moreno, Barcelona Patri Ortega The woman is from Cadiz Belene Lopez.
In 2021, we hope to have the first podiums and victories in the World Tour calendar and to be a benchmark in Spain and Europe.
The Massey tactic It was introduced this Saturday at Paul (Paix Emporda) With the ambition that the project will continue to grow after successfully overcoming the first two years, although it was clearly marked in 2020 by Covidi-19.
The 2021 season is set to start in March, and the intention is to compete for eight months in national and international races, some of which are FIA World Tour, level one. Introduced in La Proguera de Paul, In a country house Halo bike projectWhere the team has stayed since last day 22, which ends on Sunday. Has attended Mikel Nogear, President of the Girona County Council; Gerard FigueresSecretary General of General Sport of Catalonia; Babe Pujols, Regional Representative for Public Sport in Girona, LLC Jordi Colome, Mayor of Torroella de Montgrí; Jordi is a rooferThe sports deputy of the Girona County Council; And Carles Ferrer, Girona’s delegate from the Catalana de Sicilism Federation, among others.
Sergey Goel, President of the Bicycle Club of Baix Terre“This should be a year to take advantage of it and assess how far we can go,” he explained, “after the first two years we made ourselves known in the professional world and got good results in well-known races. In 2021, we hope to get the first podiums and victories on the World Tour calendar.” To be a benchmark in Spain and Europe. “
We encourage and assist projects that, like this one, promote women’s sport and contribute to equality and equity
elngel González, Massi-Tactic Art Director“This season we wanted to have riders with more international experience, we signed five famous riders who enjoy a good place in the world rankings. Together with the team renovations, we are very excited and want to do a good job and take another step forward.” We appreciate the support of the institutions, but we also need the support of the private sector, such as Massey and Tactik, to continue our project. ”
Miria Trias, Diamond Tactic runnerOn behalf of the entire team, he stated that the goal “is another step. Last year we already showed that we can make a name for ourselves within the international community, and now we have strengthened ourselves to achieve some victories and platforms. Through signatures, we have increased quality and this will help us individual improvement.”
The Girona County Council Chairman, Mikel Nogire, He highlighted the team and the club’s efforts to improve year after year in the highest category of women’s cycling, and in this way bears the “name of Girona’s demarcation across Europe”. He also confirmed the Foundation’s support in the project and stressed, “We encourage and assist projects that like this project that promote women’s sports and that contribute to equality and equity.”
The Massi-Tactic Trail holds together and acts as a beacon, so that, both in cycling and in other sports, it is noted that women’s sport has a journey and can reach a high level
Gerard Figueres, General Secretary for Sport in CataloniaSpeaking to runners, he stressed that “women’s sports need all support in the private, institutional and federation spheres, and what they do is very important as a club, team and project. The Massi-Tactic Path strengthens and acts as a beacon, whether in cycling or in other sports. It has a journey and can reach a high level. “
Mayor of Torroella de Montgrí, Jordi ColomíHe explained that for the municipality, “it is a matter of pride and satisfaction to have the only Catalan team competing at the highest level.” It is a very successful project, with solid foundations and great effort from the club to implement this challenge. We feel very well represented, as Torroella and L’Estartit proudly travel through the world of women’s bikes. “
An ambitious program
Massey will continue to lead a tactic Manel Gonzalo and Angel Gonzalez The debut is scheduled for March, after Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana, which was scheduled to take place on February 7, was postponed due to the pandemic. The goal is to run around thirty races through September in the UCI World Tour A-level events, UCI Women’s Calendar, Next Step, international races, the Spanish Cup and the Catalan Cup. The trips will be through Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Norway, France, Italy and the Czech Republic, and among the events of the World Tour, the Walloon Arrow and Tour of Flanders to the Belgian lands are highlighted; New Itzuli women in the Basque Country; Burgos tour. Ladies’ Tour in Norway and the Madrid Seratizet Challenge by La Vuelta.
Noun: Massi-Tactic UCI Women’s Team
ClubBaix Terre Cycle Club
Headquarters: Torroella de Montgrí (Baix Empordà, Girona)
Seasons: 3 (LCC Bikes Terr, 31)
President: Sergey Joel
art Device: Manel Gonzalo (esportiu manager), Angel Gonzalez (team manager), Juan Sanchez e Evan Alvarez (mechanic) and Javier Sulla and Marc Villanova (physical coaches).
Transfers: Vita Heine (Hitec products), Spela Kern (Lviv bike team), Maaike Coljé (bike recovery team), Emma Grant (Sho – Air TWENTY20) and Olivia Barrell (Macogep Tornatech Girondins de Bordeaux).
Renovations: Belén Lopez, Miria Benito, Patri Ortega, Miria Trias, Martina Moreno, Gabriel Pilot-Fortin, Agua Marina Espinola.
Low: Marina Essan, Terry Ripoll, Noemi Vere, Ariadna Trias, Lauren Kramer, Carolina Perikitko, Chloe Torblin, Isabel Martin and Neria Nuneo.