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David Arroyo will be the strongman in the general classification, Carlos Barbero in the sprint finishes, and riders like Txurruka, Bilbao, Fraile, Gonçalves, Mas, Vilela and Madrazo are capable of looking for the option to win in any...

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DAVID ARROYO

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17.08.2015 @ 11:30 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Caja Rural-Seguros RGA will soon be competing on three fronts: USA Pro Challenge, the Tour du Limousin and the Vuelta a España. More than 30 days of competition where the Caja Rural-Seguros RGA team will continue to work hard to try to keep up the great results achieved so far in 2015.

 

Next Monday will see the competition kick off in Colorado with the USA Pro Challenge. The riders who will participate are: Fabricio Ferrari, Antonio Molina, Hugh Carthy, Miguel Ángel Benito, Héctor Sáez and the trainees Jaime Rosón and Kyle Murphy.

 

Tuesday will mark the beginning of the Tour du Limousin in France, where the team will be represented by Eduard Prades, Fernando Grijalba, Javier Aramendía, Heiner Parra and Carlos Jiménez.

 

The 2015 Vuelta then starts on Saturday, the 22nd of August. This will mark the team’s 4th consecutive participation in the race.  For the occasion, the Caja Rural-Seguros RGA team will consist of David Arroyo, Amets Txurruka, Omar Fraile, Pello Bilbao, Lluis Mas, Carlos Barbero, Ángel Madrazo, Jose Gonçalves and Ricardo Vilela.

 

Nine very strong riders for a team that will search for the opportunity to win in every stage. David Arroyo will be the strongman in the general classification, Carlos Barbero in the sprint finishes, and riders like Txurruka, Bilbao, Fraile, Gonçalves, Mas, Vilela and Madrazo are capable of looking for the option to win in any type of finale.

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