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"Looking to the race, I know it will be a tough challenge. The only goal I have is to do my best and to exploit all the chances to bring home a good result for me and for the team."

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01.09.2014 @ 15:40 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Super talent Davide Formolo who nearly beat Vincenzo Nibali at the Italian championships, will return to racing when he leads Cannondale in the Tour of Alberta. The Italian will seek opportunities on the flat, windy course that doesn't suit him perfectly.

 


On September 2, 2014, Cannondale Pro Cycling will see to be among the top teams to watch during the Tour of Alberta. The six stage race, which includes one time trial, will kick off in Calgary, Canada and end in Edmonton on September 7, 2014. In 2013, Peter Sagan took three stage wins during this race, while Damiano Caruso placed third in the general classification. During the 2013 cycling season, this race was among the most exciting for the Green Machine, and although Sagan and Caruso are currently engaged at the Vuelta a España, the team hopes that it will be the same in 2014.
 
The 2014 Tour of Alberta poses a new test for the Green Machine. Six riders will attend the race, and all eyes will be on up and comer Davide Formolo.

 

"Every race it's a big chance to grow and to earn experience," said Formolo. "I'm really excited to ride in North America. I've heard and seen great things. Looking to the race, I know it will be a tough challenge. The only goal I have is to do my best and to exploit all the chances to bring home a good result for me and for the team."
 
Along with Formolo team director Biagio Conte has selected a well-equipped team. Reliable long distance riders Ted King and Cameron Wurf will be attending the race after riding through Colorado during the USA Pro Challenge. In addition to King and Wurf, Cristiano Salerno will be the man to tackIe the mountains, while young riders Matej Mohoric and Davide Villella will complete the roster.

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