A hotbed of talent. This is probably the simplest and most effective way to sum up the Cycling Team Friuli, which for a few years now has been one of the most exciting young teams in Italy. The professionals in the peloton who have passed through Friuli are starting to be too numerous to ignore, from Giovanni Aleotti to Jonathan Milan, as well as Matteo Fabbro, Mattia and Davide Bais, without overlooking Nicola Venchiarutti, who closed fourth today at the finish line in Piazza Armerina in his Work Service Vitalcare Vega jersey.
Technology and innovation combined with a family environment that helps the boys avoid stress and cultivate their potential have made CT Friuli a nationally and internationally admired reality. It is no coincidence that from this year it has officially become the satellite formation of Bahrain-Victorious, which, after having tested the qualities of Jonathan Milan, will probably draw more frequently from Friuli from now on. On top of that, Roberto Bressan‘s team can also count on a laboratory that allows him to keep up to date on a sport constantly on the lookout for marginal gains, namely the CT Lab, a significant project for a team that mainly operates at youth level.