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BPeople Pedals with the New Astana BePink Women’s Team

BPeople saddles for the awesome athletes on the team managed by Walter Zini

BPeople will be supporting the ASTANA BePink Women’s Team, the new feminine cycling team born from the important partnership between BePink and the ASTANA group. After the excellent results obtained in the last few seasons, the collaboration will thus continue between BPeople and the girls on the team directed by team manager Walter Zini.

The squad is made up of eighteen athletes and its goals are oriented towards both the professional and human growth of new young talent, with the drive to affirm itself on the national and international fields. BePink has been pursuing this project with passion and determination since its inception and BPeople has always shared in and appreciated their pursuits.

The lady champions on the ASTANA BePink Women Team will be supplied with the BPeolpe MX Air saddle, which has confirmed itself as one of the finest models in the BPeople-branded collection, a saddle that can guarantee the perfect compromise between comfort and performance in every racing situation.

The athletes who will be wearing the new ASTANA BePink jersey are: Italian champion Dalia Muccioli, Belorussian champion Alena Amialiusik, Swiss champion Doris Schweizer, the two Italian track champions Simona Frapporti and Silvia Valsecchi, the European under 23 champion Susanna Zorzi, backed up by veteran Noemi Cantele and by the young Georgia Williams from New Zealand, Alice Algisi, Alice Maria Arzuffi, Anna Maria Zita Stricker, Ana Covrig and Michela Maltese. Also, new additions to the squad are Russia’s Ksenia Dobrinina and Kazakhs Marzhan Baitlevova and Makhabbat Umutzhanova, who will be racing side by side with Junior athletes Yekaterina Yuraitis and Faina Potapova as well.

BPeople wishes the entire team the best of luck in this new, exciting adventure!

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