Equipo ciclista seguros bilbao

Cycling friar

Our team, circumscribed to the amateur field, competes in the Elite and Under-23 categories. Throughout the season its members compete in different road, cyclo-cross and track races all over the country.

In addition to the deep-rootedness of this sport in our society and especially in the Basque Country, cycling represents values that Seguros Bilbao assumes as its own: effort and personal solidarity for the benefit of the group and unlimited generosity.

Since January 2011 the management of the Cycling Team has been in the hands of Jambaral S.L. who has found in Santi Barranco its maximum exponent to assume its management. From Seguros Bilbao, without interfering in the strictly sporting facet, we will try to support all the components of the team and we will be happy with those who from here find a platform to reach the professional field and of course, if the necessary requirements are given, some may join our organization.

Castro old cyclist

The creation of the team took place in the midst of a reordering of professional cycling by the UCI for the 2005 season, which classified teams into three new categories (UCI ProTeam, Professional Continental and Continental, from highest to lowest rank). The hitherto amateur team Olarra-Orbea, considered the amateur subsidiary of the Euskadi Foundation (and therefore of the professional team Euskaltel-Euskadi, of ProTeam category), decided to become a professional team of Continental category under the name Orbea.

Mikel Madariaga, son of Miguel Madariaga (president of the Euskadi Foundation and general manager of Euskaltel-Euskadi), promoted the creation of a new amateur cycling team for the 2005 season. The project was supported by Seguros Bilbao and Magoi Cycling House as sponsors, and was created in association with the Mikel Artetxe Txirrindulari Zaleak.

In 2007 Jonathan Castroviejo won the Lehendakari Trophy. Castroviejo signed a multi-year contract with the Euskadi Foundation to make the jump to the professional field, first with its subsidiary Orbea (Continental) and later with Euskaltel-Euskadi (ProTour).

Castroviejo world cyclist

The creation of the team took place in the midst of a reordering of professional cycling by the UCI for the 2005 season, which classified teams into three new categories (UCI ProTeam, Professional Continental and Continental, from highest to lowest rank). The hitherto amateur team Olarra-Orbea, considered the amateur subsidiary of the Euskadi Foundation (and therefore of the professional team Euskaltel-Euskadi, of ProTeam category), decided to become a professional team of Continental category under the name Orbea.

Mikel Madariaga, son of Miguel Madariaga (president of the Euskadi Foundation and general manager of Euskaltel-Euskadi), promoted the creation of a new amateur cycling team for the 2005 season. The project was supported by Seguros Bilbao and Magoi Cycling House as sponsors, and was created in association with the Mikel Artetxe Txirrindulari Zaleak.

In 2007 Jonathan Castroviejo won the Lehendakari Trophy. Castroviejo signed a multi-year contract with the Euskadi Foundation to make the jump to the professional field, first with its subsidiary Orbea (Continental) and later with Euskaltel-Euskadi (ProTour).

Cycling castroviejo

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