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Area Zero Pedals with Bottecchia

The team riders will be supplied with Emme 2 frames.

Bottecchia will be the brand of the official bikes ridden by the Area Zero Pro Team, the new, all-Italian continental formation that will be making its debut in the peloton in 2014. The riders will be using the Emme 2 model, the top of the range from Bottecchia’s racing division. The frame is made in carbon and is produced entirely by hand in Italy.

The bikes come equipped with: Shimano Durace gear shift, handlebar attachments, Deda handlebars and seat holders, DT Swiss wheels, Vittoria tyres, Shimano pedals, San Marco saddles and Roto water bottles and cages. It weighs a total of 6.9 kg.

“We’re happy that Bottecchia is lending a hand to the Area Zero Pro Team project and that they have decided to support us with passion and commitment in this new adventure,” says Team Manager Ivan De Paolis. “As far as I’m concerned, besides a business partnership, for many years I’ve enjoyed a close friendship with Bottecchia based on reciprocal faith and esteem and I hope that this new collaboration can bring both of us fantastic achievements.”

Bottecchia has been passionate about cycling since 1909 and the company from Cavarzere (Venezia) continues moving forward, bringing style and innovation to the technology and materials that have always distinguished the brand.

“Area Zero Pro Team will be able to count on the Emme 2 frame, which is the finest bike from our racing division,” says Diego Turato, General Manager for Bottecchia. “We immediately and enthusiastically accepted this new challenge. The team is made up of very young riders who nonetheless are supported by a competent team of expert personnel and now Bottecchia is also ready to support this team by supplying them with our best technology, along with all the experience we’ve gained pedalling in the pack along roads all over the world.”

Visit https://www.bottecchia.com/ and discover the Bottecchia Emme 2 frame.


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