RPM Cycling technical partner for new Team CMC – IBIS

The company based in Montebelluna will supply the racing jerseys for the athletes participating in the Enduro World Series.

New Team CMC – IBIS held their official presentation on Wednesday evening
, against the splendid background provided by the Cantina Col Vetoraz establishment.


The evening also provided the perfect occasion to reveal the new jersey by the RPM Cycling brandwhich Team CMC will be wearing during this competitive season. Therefore, the team led by President Enrico Bonsembiante and the company from Montebelluna that specializes in technical sports clothing for cycling, triathlon and running are renewing a partnership which proved mutually beneficial in 2016.

The 4 pilots on the Team who will participate in all 8 races in the Enduro World Series are: Nicola Casadei, born1989 from San Marino, Marco De Col, born 1993 from Castion (BL), Tobia Poloni, born 1990 from Conegliano (TV) and Erwin Ronzo, born 1997 from Mel (BL). There are only a few weeks to go until Team CMC – IBIS make their official debut. The first two tests in the Enduro World Series are scheduled to take place in Rotorua, New Zealand (25-26 March), and in Tasmania, Australia (8-9 April). Then the team will be busy in Madeira, Portugal (13-14 May), Wicklow, Ireland (28 May), Millau, France (30 June -1 July), Aspen, Colorado, in the USA (29-30 July), and Whistler, Canada (13 August). The finals will be held in Italy, at Finale Ligure (30 September – 1 October). Besides these international events, Team CMC will also hit the Italian Superenduro Circuit, compete in the Italian Championship and race in the Triveneto Championship.

Tech Info

The new Team CMC – IBIS jersey is made with different types of fabric: on the front and on the sleeves we chose a durable, resistant material like HYDROFIT, which is produced with a special treatment that draws body moisture towards the exterior, so athletes can stay dryer for longer periods of time.

In the areas where sweating is more concentrated, like the armpits and the back, we chose a run-resistant and three-dimensional material called MESH AIR, which guarantees maximum breathability and less chafing.

Particular attention has been paid to the waist and the bottom of the jersey, to make the garment as adherent as possible and thus avoid gaps and the annoying fluttering effect. Furthermore, at the wrists we’ve inserted a special elastic material that allows athletes to roll up their sleeves without constricting their forearms.