Before kicking off the 2024 season, a retrospective look at the results and life of the Decazeville club and its members in the first part of the 2023 season from January to June.
Fireplace : Training was resumed with the traditional joint outing, where each section met to taste the traditional galette des rois.
FEBRUARY : Leaders introduce new clothing with the return of the city’s iconic blue and white colors. The bicycle school equipped by Groupama was delivered to the Decazeville agency. First victory under the new colors of Robin Arles in the fight for Lomagne. However, the latter suffered a serious injury (ruptured cruciate ligaments) during winter sports the following weekend. The season is over for him.
March : The track in Spain was successful in cooperation with three other clubs: Cyclo sport villefranchois, Saint-Projet cycling agreement and Cuserans cycling. Erwan Soulié, a former elite runner, was also announced as an elected member. Then the road races start again with victories already in Carlus (Tarn) and Saint-Constant (Cantal). The MTB team stood out with their victory at Castonetoise.
April : The juniors were in good shape in the cadets at the Tour du Tarn, and in the juniors and juniors at the Cintegabelle. The parallel start of the Aveyron challenges at Rignac, where a large drop involved a large number of runners and forced the organizers to stop the race. First UCI point for the MTB team brought from Spain by Baptiste Chaliez.
May : The cycling school was in force in Saint-Juéry. Students Matyas Bingler and Martin Cazelles stood out in the Tour du Cantal. The seniors were at the front in the Tour des écureuils and Lot loops. Gabriel Layrac learned at the high level at the Stade Toulousain cycling academy.
June : Three titles and podiums in the championships Occitanie champion in all disciplines and categories: Sébastien Vernhes, Occitanie champion in open road 3 in Montgesty (Lot), Occitanie time trial U15 champion in Montauban Léa Barthélémy, Martin Cazelles 3rd in U17, Tristan Gonzales 2 in open 2 ., Sébastien Cazol in 2nd reach and Nathan Célié champion of Occitanie MTB XCO. Baptiste Chaliez raises his arms during a UCI race in Spain.