La Farnese Vini – Neri Sottoli is ready for his second training camp, from 7th to 14th of January in Sperlonga, near Pagliaroli Vetri.
Friedrichshafen (FJ) – One month left to the start of season 2011. One month in which the pro continental Team Farnese Vini – Neri Sottoli will be committed in its second training camp – after the first that was done in December 2010 – at Castagneto Carducci. For this second stage, the team guided by Luca Scinto has choosed Sperlonga as the home location for the time from 7th to 14th of January. Along the Ulysses riviera, the Team Farnese Vini – Neri Sottoli will prepare for the first targets of the season. The Tuscan team will therefore bike in an area that cycling has always lived in, but in recent years has been forgotten by many professional teams, more and more attracted by the warm exotic abroad. The Farnese Vini – Neri Sottoli instead, in line with its mission and the proud Italian spirit that makes the pool of sponsors acquired, will work in Sperlonga to prepair their legs for the coming races and the spring season, getting even more used to the new material like the bikes and the beautiful Lightweight wheels. The training camp ends with the official team presentation, scheduled for 15th January in Ortona, in the wonderful theater “Tosti”, a stone’s throw from the main sponsor Farnese Vini.
CarbonSports was founded in 2002 by Erhard Wissler and partners. Originally the company produced and sold very high-end exclusive carbon fiber road bike and triathlon frames. In October 2003 CarbonSports took over the Lightweight brand. Heinz Obermayer, the founder of Lightweight, and another Partner are completing the board of shareholders today. Since then the production, development and sales of Lightweight products are the main objectives of CarbonSports. Lightweight wheels are sold into more than 20 countries all over the world. In the production plants in Friedrichshafen and Hailfingen in Germany more than forty families earn their income with the quality feature “Lightweight – handgefertigt in Deutschland”.