• Sun. Oct 1st, 2023

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Basque workforce Euskaltel-Euskadi closes out its 2023 with the arriving of promising rider Enekoitz Azparren.

The 20-year-old joins his older brother Xabier Mikel Azparren at the Spanish second-tier workforce for 2023 because the workforce’s ultimate new rider for subsequent season.

“Enekoitz is a great rider of the Basque peloton, handing over prime quality effects since he was once in junior classes,” mentioned Jorge Azanza, Euskaltel-Euskadi recreation director. “He’s a beneficiant bicycle owner, a very good climber and he plays smartly on the time trial, and he’s speedy.”

Azparren is the most recent rider to transport up from the improvement squad, and his promotion will shut out the 2023 roster at 20 riders.

The bicycle owner from Gipuzkoa follows the footsteps of Iker Ballarín (2020), his brother Mikel Azparren (2021), Asier Etxeberria, Unai Iribar and Xabier Isasa´s footsteps (2022) who moved up from the workforce’s construction squad concentrated on Basque skill.

Xabier Berasategi additionally sees promotion to the boys’s skilled squad of the Fundación Euskadi.

The Euskaltel-Euskadi closes its squad for 2023, with the departures of Antonio Angulo, Mikel Aristi and Julen Irizar.

Veteran rider Luis Ángel Maté additionally remains on for subsequent season.

Euskaltel-Euskadi 2023

Enekoitz Azparren (2002), Xabier Mikel Azparren (1999), Ibai Azurmendi (1996), Iker Ballarín (1997), Xabier Berasategi (2000), Mikel Bizkarra (1989), Joan Bou (1997), Carlos Canal (2001), Unai Cuadrado (1997), Asier Etxeberria (1998), Peio Goikoetxea (1992), Unai Iribar (1999), Xabier Isasa (2001), Mikel Iturria (1992), Txomin Juaristi (1995), Juan José Lobato (1988), Andoni López de Abetxuko (1999), Gotzon Martín (1996), Luis Ángel Maté (1984), Antonio Soto (1994).

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