BARDIANI CSF FAIZANÈ: LUCA RASTELLI WILL BECOME A PRO RIDER IN SEASON 2022.
Fifth new arrival in the Bardiani CSF Faizanè 2022 line-up. The rider from Cremona, born in 1999, currently riding for the Colpack Ballan team, will become a professional among the #GreenTeam. With Iker Bonillo, Omar El Gouzi, Alessio Martinelli and Luca Colnaghi the new pro rider with the team in season 2022 rise to 5.
Luca Rastelli will go pro with Bardiani CSF Faizanè. The junior world vice-champion (2017) is the fifth shot in perspective for 2022 of the #Greenteam that continues in this way in the green line. The rider born in 1999 from Cremona is a climber currently riding at the Colpack Ballan team with whom he recently achieved two successes this season.
Climber characteristics, highlighted since his time as Juniores, where he reached the second place in the world championship (2017) thanks to his good speed in long and demanding climbs.
These are the first words of Luca Rastelli: “I am delighted with this opportunity and to pass among the Pro with one of the best Italian teams, Roberto and Bruno Reverberi have given me a big opportunity and I hope to reciprocate them in the coming years. The transition from professional will not be easy but it will allow me to fully discover what runner I can become. I certainly think I have a rhythm on the long and demanding climbs. From second place in the Juniores World Championship, to the last two recent successes from Under, my satisfactions as a rider have often come arriving alone, climbing at a good rhythm on challenging climbs, not least Monte Grappa. I really have to thank Beppe Colleoni’s Colpack Ballan team that with its structure and its Sports Directors allowed me to grow, overcoming the not easy transition from Juniores to Under, and allowing me to achieve today my dream: the transition between the professionals.”
For Bardiani CSF Faizanè this is the fifth new arrival for the news season, which is added to the signatures of Iker Bonillo, Omar El Gouzi, Alessio Martinelli and Luca Colnaghi.”