VITTORIA 2020 RACING SEASON KICK-OFF
THE NEW SPONSORED TEAMS AND RACES
A new season is approaching and the list of teams that will be running on Vittoria tires is now complete. 2020 will see some of the strongest pro tour teams using Corsa, Corsa Control and Corsa Speed to race for the victory. The Corsa line is the top of the range of Vittoria. Cotton casing, 4 compounds and GRAPHENE 2.0 technology make them the non plus ultra for professional road racing. Among the countless teams world wide that relies on Vittoria, we have:
Team Jumbo Visma
NTT Pro Cycling
Caja Rural–Seguros RGA
See all sponsored teams HERE
Vittoria will aslo supply many national cycling federations globally, such as the Italian cycling team, the Australian cycling team as well as the New Zealand cycling team. They – and many other national teams - will be riding on Vittoria Pista tires at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics! There is nothing more rewarding than having olympic athletes trusting Vittoria tires in order to achieve the gold medal.
However, the biggest addition to the Vittoria family for 2020 is an MTB team! We are very proud to announce that Vittoria is the official tire supplier of Absolute Absalon team. The French team will be competing in the most important races of the MTB XC calendar. The trust of 7-times World Champion Julien Absalon and his équipe is a true evidence of Barzo, Mezcal, Peyote and Terreno – Vittoria’s best XC tires – reliability and high quality. Vittoria will be partnering with the following MTB teams in 2020:
Carabinieri Olympia Vittoria
Wilier Force Squadra Corse
EBE Racing Team
VITTORIA SERVIZIO CORSE
This year, you’ll have the chance to see Vittoria tires in action at the most important cycling events not only because of the pro teams, but also because of the Vittoria Servizio Corse team. #VittoriaServizioCorse is the support of cyclists in road and MTB competitions. The team will be attending more than 80 races in the world providing unexceptionable assistance to cyclists in any race. #VittoriaServizioCorse will be supporting amateur cyclists in 11 countries this year (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, UAE, Thailand) as well as pro cyclists in more than 10 road events and 15 MTB series around Europe. Complete 2020 race calendar available HERE.