101CAFFE’ IS BACK ON BIKE SADDLE WITH YOUNG RIDERS OF GIRO D’ITALIA U23
A few hours before the start of Giro d’Italia Giovani Under 23: 101CAFFE’ is ready!
There are just a few hours left for the Giro d’Italia Giovani Under 23, scheduled from 29 August to 5 September 2020. 101CAFFE’, for the second consecutive year, as official sponsor of the competition, is ready to warm up its muscles together with young talents, in the most important and awaited race in the world for U23 cyclists (young people under the age of 23). For this edition 176 athletes are attending, representing 31 formations (18 Italian, 13 foreign) from 11 countries.
Giro U23 eight stages: along small and medium-sized Italian cities to be proud of in the world
- Saturday 29 August 2020 – 1st stage: URBINO (PU) – URBINO (PU)
- Sunday 30 August 2020 – 2nd stage: GRADARA (PU) – RICCIONE (RN)
- Monday 31st August 2020 – 3rd stage: RICCIONE (RN) – MORDANO (BO)
- Tuesday 1 September 2020 – 4th stage: BONFERRARO DI SORGÀ (VR) – BOLCA (VR)
- Wednesday 2 September 2020 – 5th stage: MAROSTICA (VI) – ROSÀ (VI)
- Thursday 3 September 2020 – 6th stage: COLICO (LC) – COLICO (LC)
- Friday 4 September 2020 – 7th stage: BARZIO (LC) – MONTESPLUGA (SO)
- Saturday 5th September 2020 – 8th stage: APRICA (SO) – APRICA (SO)
101CAFFE’ believes in young people, sport and the relaunch of Italy
“We are really proud of this partnership, renewed for the second year, sharing the desire to relaunch Italy in sport. We believe in young people, in their great enthusiasm and determination to build their future, with effort and constancy, just like Under 23 cyclists who strive on their bike towards professionalism“, Umberto Gonnella words, CEO and founder of 101CAFFE’.
Young cyclists and 101CAFFE’: Made in Italy and team spirit
101CAFFE’, the leading Italian brand specialized in the sale of coffee in all its shapes, through its network of franchising stores and Giro d’Italia Giovani Under 23 are bound by some values like excellence, tradition, team spirit and Made in Italy. The brand is taking part in this famous and historic race, focusing on the wonderful places that Giro U23 goes through: on 29 August, starting from Urbino, celebrating the 500th year of the death of Raffaello, an icon of the Renaissance, passing through small cities which are flagships to be proud of.
Truck by 101CAFFE’ to fill up on energy
For this 2020 edition 101CAFFE’ is there with its beautiful truck, the traveling coffee shop that offers everyone the best coffee and exclusive, energizing drinks of its range.
“Lombardy region is the protagonist of the final rush of the competition, a country that never gives up, and starts again with great energy, despite difficulties. We are linked to this land, where the history of our brand was born and where some of our Premium artisan blends come from, according to Lombard tradition”, says Umberto Gonnella.
Among the famous race jerseys, the yellow one by 101CAFFE’!
The 176 athletes will compete for one of the six famous jerseys: Enel Pink Jersey, new Pinarello Red Jersey, Green Work Service Jersey for the best riders climbers, AIDO White Jersey, the Italian Association for Organ Donation, Fabrics and Cells, for the youth ranking leader. GLS Blue Jersey will be worn by the first in the ranking of the entire lap, while new Enit Multicolored Jersey will award the most complete athlete. The yellow jerseys by 101CAFFE’ will be there too, to offer coffee and drinks during the whole race, conquering everyone with joy and “solar energy”.
Giro d’Italia Giovani: springboard to professionalism
Giro d’Italia Giovani, after 42 editions, starting from 1970, has launched some of the greatest professionals of the last decades, like Francesco Moser and Marco Pantani. Re-launched in 2017 after 5 years of stopping, thanks to an organizational group, composed of Nuova Ciclistica Placci 2013, chaired by Marco Selleri, in collaboration with Marco Pavarini’s Communication Clinic, pushed by Federazione ciclistica italiana and Direttore Tecnico delle Nazionali di ciclismo (Italian Cycling Federation and the Technical Director of National cycling) and the memorable athlete Davide Cassani. The 2019 edition was won by Colombian Camilo Ardila, who today races for the prestigious UAE team. All nine athletes who got on the podium of the three editions that took place after the relaunch are already running among the professionals in World Tour teams (the “Serie A” of cycling).