Cycling: The little queen is in the spotlight at L’Isle-Jourdain

A look at the youth team of the Intégrale Cycling Club de L’Isle-Jourdain (IBCI) performance school, managed by Mathieu Aguera. They are young, they are on the rise and they are the future of competitive cycling. That’s why we’ll find Pierre Bondoux, Alex Mabille, Alan Tortigue and Raphaël Hervé on the road for tough fights. The team has just completed its internship in the Pyrenees-Orientales. Purpose: To prepare for the season in the best possible way. This will include performing in federal and international races south of the Nantes-Lyon axis. Culture The blue jerseys of Vélo’s new deep blue guardian will be able to reveal their teeth and fulfill the hopes placed on them. More generally, IBCI is a combination of cycling enthusiasts from 5 to 70 years old and is a real community with many challenges: cycling school for children and adults over 3, mountain bike competition, cyclocross and the French Cycling Federation and the Ufolep route, everything is there. From the exploration to the development of mountain biking techniques including road cycling and cyclocross, there is something for everyone. IBCI also takes part in local walks, cycling and mountain excursions.

Recent developments

After the Lomagne challenge and the Tostat Christmas CX for young and adult mountain bikers, another winter discipline will come to the fore: cyclocross. 4 young Lislois were in the spotlight during the regional cyclocross championships in Lac de Soues. Clément Aguera participated in the competition in the 11-12 age group, Daniel Spottiswoode in the 15-16 age group, Bastien Moulet in the 17-19 age group and Maelys Dupuy in the 17-29 age group. The season is off to a good start.

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