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“Right now I’m enjoying a very formative and global experience with team Al Nasr-Dubai. I’m increasing my professional knowledge and I’m ready to bring it with me next year."

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LUCA WACKERMANN

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26.08.2016 @ 16:10 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Bardiani-CSF has announced its fourth new signing for 2017 season, Luca Wackermann. Born in Milan’s province in 1992, he now lives in Tuscany with Ilaria and newborn daughter Aurora.

 

After a promising experience in the young categories and the title of European Junior Champion in 2009, Wackermann joined professional cycling at the end of the 2012 season as trainee for team Lampre-ISD, becoming the youngest rider of the UCI World Tour circuit. In 2015 he moved to Southeast and in January 2016 he started a new experience in UAE with team Al Nasr-Dubai. He has nine wins in his palmares so far, all achieved in the current season - two stages and final classification at Tour d’Oranie and Tour de Blida, one stage and the final classification at Tour D’Annaba and one stage at Tour d’Azerbaidjan.

 

“I’m excited about my next experience with Bardiani-CSF, the best team I could join to revamp by ambitions,” said Wackermann. “It’s a solid squad, with a great story . Many young riders had the chance to stand out during past years and I want to ride over the same road. I’ve five years experience in professional cycling, unfortunately conditioned by a few injuries, but now I feel ready for the definitive relaunch”.

 

“Right now I’m enjoying a very formative and global experience with team Al Nasr-Dubai. I’m increasing my professional knowledge and I’m ready to bring it with me next year. And, the most important thing, I’m racing without any physical problems. I’ve a lot of targets for my future with Bardiani-CSF. I want to pay back Reverberi’s trust, showing I can compete at the highest level of cycling. My dream so far? Riding the Giro d’Italia”.

 

“Wackermann’s signing is a sort of exception for the #GreenTeam, because he’s not an Under 23 rider, but in line with our philosophym” said Bruno Reverberi. “Even though he became pro rider a few years ago, he’s still young and with a lot of unexpressed talent. He showed us a great desire to race and win - our target is to provide him with the best support to be successful”.

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