Bahrain Victorious fights obesity and diabetes with its limited-edition T-shirts at the Vuelta
Bahrain Team Victorious suggested special equipment for the Vuelta. The formation does this on the one hand so that it not only rides in the same color as the captain’s red shirt, but also carries a message with it. The new T-shirts draw attention to obesity and diabetes, and the role exercise can play in combating them. This is done on the basis of slogans such as “Keep away from obesity and diabetes” and “Every pedal is a victory”.
The team also encourages cycling enthusiasts to exercise for at least 30 minutes a day. Participants who have taken up the challenge will be able to track their progress via the team’s Strava. There are also prizes that can be won for the audience.
31-year-old Fabio Aru stopped cycling after the Vuelta. He won the Vuelta in 2015. The Italian climbing goats also won a stage in the Tour de France, three in the Tour of Italy and two in the Tour of Spain. But in recent years, I’ve switched straight to Aru. “Coming to this decision was not easy, but it is something I have been thinking about and talking about with my family for a while. I have ridden for 16 years and over a decade as a pro, but now is the time to put my family first. It is appropriate,” Arrow said. That my trip ends here in Spain, a place I have incredible memories of.”