Overview Israel-Premier Tech at La Vuelta España

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fecha13th September 2022

Review of La Vuelta España 2022 with Israel-Premier Tech

This year 2022 ROTOR has once again been present at La Vuelta España, one of the most important international cycling stage race, together with the Israel-Premier Tech professional team. 

For this special race, ROTOR, provided the Israeli team with the latest technology and design material, such as the ALDHU carbon cranks with a weight of only 260g.

In addition to ALDHU Carbon, the team also has INspider power meter and a variety of chainrings for riders to choose between Q RINGS and round chainrings. This combination of components creates a lightweight, reliable and accurate drivetrain for power measurement andoverall efficiency at a weight of 566,5 g.  

This set of components is currently the lightest and most aerodynamic drivetrain combination of our brand, helping the IPT team to fight for victories during the Vuelta España. THE IPT CRANKSET

 

Factor OSTRO V.A.M of Israel Premier Tech 

 

Israel-Premier Tech at La Vuelta España overview

Starting in the Netherlands, the team fulfilled its first TOP-10 with Itamar Einhorn in the first mass sprint of the race after the opening team time-trial.

Itamar Einhorn 7th in Utrecht.

 

In the fifth stage, after a breakaway that reached the finish line, Daryl Impey achieved a second place on the streets of Bilbao.

Daryl Impey on the difficult roads near Bilbao.

 

In the middle of the race and passing through Andalusian lands, the Norwegian Carl Fredrik Hagen, crossed the finishline in eighth place at Peñas Blancas (Estepona).

Carl Fredrik Hagen in the breakaway of the 12º stage.

 

The breakaway of stage 17 was also fruitful, with a group of 12 riders reaching the finish line, where the Italian Alessandro de Marchi took 7th place in the Monastery of Tentudía (Extremadura).

De Marchi riding in the bunch.

 

 

Most active rider of the team in the latest stages of “la Vuelta” was Israel Born Omer Goldstein, who got through to the Sprints of Talavera de la Reina and Madrid’ final circuit achieving 7th and 12th place at arrival.

Omer Goldstein one of the most combative riders of La Vuelta.

 

GALLERY OF THE BEST PHOTOS OF THE RACE BY NOA TOLEDO @noa_toledo_arnonphoto

Daryl Impey and their sweets as recovery post stage.

 

The team Israel-Premier Tech in the opening TTT.

 

The press interested in the components of the bikes of IPT.

 

The TT-Bikes ready to the warm-up.

 

Last kilometers before the finish of the last big races in the streets of Madrid.

 

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