28 Oct 2020
The Giro d'Italia of Vision ambassadors
The Giro d’Italia 2020 is just concluded. The “Corsa Rosa” reserved huge emotions for all cycling fans and for us too, with 3 stages wins of our supported teams, an important result, that confirmed our great feeling in the most prestigious Italian race.
But besides the Giro d’Italia of pros, there was also a parallel race, that involved many of Vision ambassadors on the Italian roads. A beautiful experience, that reconciled us and our friends with the purest side of cycling.
"WHEN DETAILS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE" - PAOLO BETTINI
One of the greatest riders of the 2000s, Paolo Bettini, rode on the routes of Giro d’Italia, passing through the last kilometres of each stage.
“The details that make the difference – said the two times World Champion about his bike equipped with Vision and FSA parts. “This is the result of the experience, professionalism and quality of the best companies in the world of cycling.”
"A DREAM CAME TRUE" - DEBORAH SPINELLI
Deborah Spinelli is a bike enthusiast, who loves to test herself in cycling climbings and triathlon races. She has been the protagonist of the Giro d’Italia stage #10 in Tortoreto, riding beside of many cycling champions a few hours before the arrival of the pro peloton, the day Peter Sagan win: a dream came true!
"A memorable experience on the roads of the Giro d'Italia shared with great champions of Italian cycling and my very special bike set up with the Metron 55 SL disc: a concentrate of efficiency, in terms of lightness and aerodynamics!"
"I FELT GREAT WITH MY VISION METRON 40" - MAURIZIO FONDRIEST
Maurizio Fondriest is an “ever-present” of bike initiatives related to Giro d’Italia. The 1988 World Champion took part in the rides with cycling enthusiasts and partners of the Italian race, sharing with all his anecdotes and stories of old challenges.
“I felt great with my Vision Metron 40 Disc wheels” said the Italian champion. “They accompany me in all my cycling journeys and I love to take care of them as when I was racing in a manic way.”