New appointment for the guys of the Guidi Rosas Bike team, starting last June 6th in Pogno (NO) for the second stage of the 4Enduro circuit, which continues to give incredible satisfaction.
The strong rainy storm on Saturday made the athletes worry about the race;
however, Sunday turned out to be a beautiful summer day, making conditions perfect on the fast trails now a classic location for Italian enduro.
Pogno has always been one of the favorite training destinations for members of the team, this is why we got the highest number of starters ever recorded.
Results were fantastic, crowned by a double in the ELITE SPORT category with our Filippo Masotti climbing to the top step of the podium followed by Alberto Stopani in 2nd position!
Great job also for Alessandro Ionfer who finished 5th.
The boys finished in 6th, 9th and 20th position respectively in the overall ranking.
Below are the other results of our large group of starters:
- Alex Zampieri 25° overall (4° in his category)
- Michele Angeletti 48° overall e (4° in his category)
- Andrea Cerminara 107° overall (18° in his category)
- Andrea Grassi 128° overall (32° in his category)
- Matteo Maschietto 142° overall (35° in his category)
- Dario Zaccagnino 145° overall (36° in his category)
- Andrea Valsesia 161° overall (32° in his category)
- Daniele Ruggeri 245° overall (78° in his category)
- Alessandro Ceruetto 256° overall (82° in his category)
- Lorenzo Sorci 281° overall (56° in his category)
- Daniele dell’Ovo DNF (fell)
First time for our team at the start also in the E-Bike category with the return of the legendary Fabio Grotto who finished in an excellent 16th position overall (5th in his category) followed by Marco Pianca with the 50th placement (19th in his category).
Finally, an excellent performance also among the younger athletes on the shorter run, with the 22nd place of Francesco Gardina (17th in his category) and the debut of Enea Concas, who finished his debut race in 49th position (13th in his category).
A weekend to remember, not only for the fantastic results, but also for the beautiful festive atmosphere throughout the day: from the start in the morning, to the warm cheering along the routes, to the celebrations under the podium and in the paddock at the end of the race that constantly remind us all the beauty of this sport and of being part of this group!
Written by Davide Detratti, PR & GRBT athlete. Photos credits Barbara Ragazzi