A handshake between Christophe Brandt and Mirko Ferronato: this is how the partnership between team Bingoal WB and the Venetian company Ursus was born. Our italian partner’s objective is to expand his presence in professional cycling next season.
Tests have been carried out over the last few weeks in order to select the most suitable wheels from the range. Ursus wheels offer optimal comfort and are adapted to the characteristics of the routes as well as to weather conditions: the “Miura TC37 Disc”, the “Miura TC47 Disc” and the “Miura 67 Disc” with Ceramicspeed technology. For the time trial, the riders will use the “Gauro lenticular” rear wheel and the “TS87 Disc” front wheel.
« We are very happy to enter into this partnership with Ursus, not only for the quality of the wheels, which are produced in their own plants, but also for the support we will receive from Ursus technical teams », comments Christophe Brandt, CEO of Bingoal WB. « Our riders are looking for the best equipment. We are convinced that the interaction between Ursus’ collaborators and our team staff will allow us to benefit from the best quality wheels, which will help our riders to achieve great performances. I want to thank Mirko Ferronato for his trust! »
« We are launching this new partnership with great enthusiasm, not least because a large part of the Bingoal WB team’s racing programme takes place in Northern Europe, where many of the greatest pages of cycling legend were written », says Mirko Ferronato, CEO of Ursus Spa. « The first tests with our wheels have given excellent results and I am therefore convinced that we are off to a good start for 2023. I want to thank team manager Christophe Brandt for his trust. We share this mutual confidence by providing the best of our technology and all our experience. »
- Ursus is ready for the great challenges that await Bingoal WB riders on the roads of the great classics. The 2023 season will begin at the Tropical Amissa Bongo (23-29/01), the Grand Prix La Marseillaise (29/01), the Saudi Tour (30/01-3/02) and the Etoile de Bessèges (1-5/02).