Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team welcomes Alessandro Fancellu
Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team is happy to announce the signing of Italian Alessandro Fancellu to its roster for the 2024 season. Inking a one-year deal, the 23-year-old from Como, Italy, brings a gust of fresh mountain air to our Swiss-registered team.
20 November 2023
Having carved his professional path through three seasons with an Italian outfit, Fancellu, who won the Road Race bronze at the 2018 UCI Junior World Road Championships, now sets his sights on scaling new heights with Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team.
“I’m really happy and proud to join Q36.5 Pro Cycling team. Despite being a new team its growing very fast and is becoming one of the most important ProTeams. I want to grow as much as I can, specially as a climber. The next season I want to show myself at a good level at the hardest races of the year. Achieving a good result in the most challenging races is definitely my main goal for 2024. I’m joining a team with great riders, like Calzoni and Parsini, and I can’ t wait for the season to start”, said Fancellu.
Fancellu’s resume thus far includes conquering the General Classification of the 2019 Vuelta a Léon, a stellar 3rd overall at the Tour of Antalya the following year, and a commendable 6th on the General Classification at the 2022 Tour de L’Avenir. His journey has been marked by a relentless pursuit of refining his climbing pedigree.
“We’re excited to bring Alessandro Fancellu into the fold of our young Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team. Nurturing young talent and propelling them to new heights in professional cycling is at the core of our mission. Fancellu has exhibited immense promise and achieved solid results, particularly in the realm of climber’s races. We are confident that he will not only bolster our existing GC riders but also chase personal glory, embodying the spirit of Racing the Future” said Doug Ryder, General Manager at Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team.
Fancellu is the seventh new rider to sign for Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team for 2024 after Giacomo Nizzolo, Frederik Frison, Rory Townsend, Xabier Mikel Azparren, Jannik Steimle and James Whelan. As the team gears up for the challenges ahead, the inclusion of Fancellu adds an extra layer of excitement to our pursuit of cycling excellence in the coming year.