In 2014, a German team set off on new ways in professional cycling. For the first time, a European cycling team is working intensively to develop African cycling and also aims to transport the great stories from those countries where cycling enjoys a higher status than the Tour de France in France. Continue reading Mekseb Debesay Returns to BIKE AID→
Awet Habtom finished 7th at last year’s ITT World Championships (Junior) in Doha and will be racing with BIKE AID from now.
He is probably one of the most talented riders in Africa. Awet Habtom convinced with his 7th place in last year’s Junior World Champs in Doha and also with 3rd place in this year’s African continental Champs ITT in Egypt, where he finished just 47 seconds behind Meron Teshome. Continue reading Pro Cycling Team BIKE AID Sign Eritrean Awet Habtom→
Already in the past season 2016 Amanuel Mengis worn the BIKE AID jersey and could gain some first experiences riding in Europe. But first the talented climber had to get used to all the environment in Europe and then problems with authorities to get the suitable visa made 2016 a bit difficult for him. But for 2017 “Emma” has set himself high goals and tells us a little more how he want to achieve them.