Vuelta a España 2021 concluded this Sunday with an individual time trial to Santiago de Compostela. Israel Start-Up Nation finished the race with three riders, after a crash-marred edition of the Spanish Grand Tour. ISN started out the race with big ambitions but after suffering a series of bad crashes,
Luck has not been on the side of Israel Start-Up Nation in this year’s Vuelta a España. Three riders crashed out in the first week and on stage 16, team leader Sep Vanmarcke also had to abandon after suffering his fourth crash in the race. As team leader and road
Guy Niv took another step up in his career in the past week’s challenging Tour of the Alps with several good performances in the mountainous stage race in Austria and Italy. In fact, the Italian races seem to fit Niv rather well this year. After being part of the team
Think about a faraway village. Think about its crisp air, a snow-peaked mountain that looms above, and a river that runs through it all. This idyllic place is Guy Niv’s new home. And it is, in fact, Israel’s Kibbutz Dan, found in the far north of the country and a
AEW WE READY FOR THE CHALLENGE?! In 7 days time, we will have the ultimate answer to this question but whatever the answer is, we can promise you a great ride. So let’s look at the task in hand : Race: Seven stages starting today in SNOWBIRD with a climbing
Tel Aviv. May 4, 2018. Guy Niv and Guy Sagiv officially become the first Israelis to ride in a Grand Tour. Massive crowds line the streets to watch the Giro’s opening time trial. “5!” the crowd chanted. “4!” they screamed. “3!” they stomped their feet. “2!” they hollered. “1!” they
ICA completes its roster for the historic Giro in a surprise move. Guy Niv & Guy Sagiv chosen to be the first Israeli riders in a Grand Tour. Team Manager Kjell Carlström: Sagiv and Niv selected for “their continuous improvement, their proven mental grit, and the backing of their teammates”.