TEAM

ON-WHEELS

2020 SEASON
In 2020 will for the first time to defend the colours of Club Ciclista Baix Ter. The most important achievements of her sports career are: 5 Golds, 6 Silvers and 4 Bronzes in the Spanish Championships, on the Road, on the Track and even MTB. She has featured on the Spanish National Team twice, and competed in the Ribera de Duero Junior, Junior European Championships and U23 (2017 & 2018) and the 2017 Junior World Championships. This last season she won the Euskaldun Trophy in Elcano. As a rider, she is an all rounder, fast and develops well within a big group.

Isabel Martín

1999 Valladolid, España
Nerea arrives at the Massi-Tactic Women’s Team from the Rio Miera Cantabria Sports Cycling Club. This will be her second full season in cycling, as before she was professionally engaged in speed skating. Despite her short time competing in cycling she has obtained very important achievements, such as a stand out 3rd place in the Red Hook Crit in Milan, 3rd elite in the General Classification of the Spanish Cup, and participation with the Spanish National Team in the Tour of Ardèche. During this past season she won several podiums in national races which reaffirm her as one of the best sprinters in the country.

Nerea Nuño

1994 Gijón, Asturias
She began in cycling 4 years ago and moved up as she trained in youth categories of the team. Mireia stands out for her progression as a cyclist and as a lover of attacking riding. The rider from Llorenç del Penedès stands out for her current 3 rd place ranking in Spain, and in her achievements in the Catalan Championships. She is considered a fairly versatile rider, although where she is most comfortable is when the gradient goes up. A plus is that adverse weather conditions do not not usually affect her negatively.

Mireia Benito

1996 Llorenç de Penedès, Catalunya
Characterized by her skills in the high mountains and technical,difficult races. She has been a professional cyclist for 5 years, debuting her career in the Poitou-Charente Futuroscope 86 Team, before moving to the Cervelo Bigla and WNT-Rotor team. She is also a regular feature in the Canadian national team line ups, in the World Championships and pre-Olympic Championships. She’s twice been National Road Champion, in addition to various podiums both on the road and in the individual time trial. The Canadian has worked for the best world cyclists such as Ashleigh Moolman, Lotta Lepisto and Lisa Brennauer, among others.

Gabrielle Pilote

1993 Quebec, Canada
In junior category she debuted in the UCI calendar, and despite her age has already debuted in the WWT category participating in the Emakumeen Bira 2019, finishing 11th overall in the youth category. It’s worth highlighting her participation in the Cup of Nations in Europe and in the World Cups throughout 2018 for her national team. Her win in the general classification of the 2018 Spanish Cup, and her 2nd place in 2017 are great career highlights. Also we cannot forget her victory in the Euskaldun Trophy of Tafalla in 2019, and her multiple Championships of Catalunya on the Road and cross-country MTB.

Mireia Trias

2000 Mont-Ras, Catalunya
Trias rides for the second team of the Club in the 2016-2017 seasons. She has a first place in the third stage of the Vuelta a Burgos 2018, another victory in the Euskaldun de Sopela Trophy the same season, as well as two second positions in the MTB Spanish Championships. She has great experience in international races with participation in the Panorama Ghizou International Women Tour, the GP Sophie Goss, the WWT Emakumeen Bira, the WWT Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta, the Tour de la Bretagne, the Tour of Burgos... As a cyclist, she is defined her as a strong all-rounder, versatile on different terrains.

Ariadna Trias

1995 Mont-Ras, Catalunya
Features in the ranks of the Massi-Tactic UCI Women’s Team, where she got her first UCI points on the WWT Tour of Chonming Island. As a rider, she loves races with irregular terrain, and she has a good finishing power without being a pure sprinter. She also likes to compete in the time trial. In her palmarès she has three Valencian Community titles in the Time Trial and Road, podiums in the Championships of Spain and the Tour of the Valencian Community, and participation with the Spanish team in the World Youth Championships.

Teresa Ripoll

1997 Ontinyent, Valencia
She cames from triathlon, where she stood out in the cycling sectors of the discipline, landing podiums especially in duathlons. The Catalan cyclist started in racing cycling in the 2018-2019 season, with the Catema.cat subsidiary team where she had rapid and continuous progression, and the opportunity participate in UCI tests with the Massi-Tactic UCI Women’s Team. She has won podiums in Catalan races, and is currently second in the Catalan individual time trial Championships. She is a versatile rider, comfortable in the climbs outside of super steep gradients, and above all demonstrates a great ability in the descents.

Patricia Ortega

1988 Vallirana, Catalunya
This 23-year-old Paraguayan cyclist debuted in European cycling 3 years ago at the World Cycling Centre. She excels in mid and high mountain races. 11 times national champion on the road, 5 in MTB and South American champion of Marathon, she has represented Paraguay in 3 World Cups, 3 Pan American Championships, 3 South American Championships and the Bolivarian Games with outstanding and historical results for her country. She won Gold in the time trial of the South American Youth Championship and Bronze on the Road of the South American Youth Games. She is the first Paraguayan to become a professional cyclist and on the Women’s World Tour.

Agua Marina Espinola

1996 Asunción, Paraguay
An Irish cyclist, she is 27 years old and has represented Ireland since 2011 in the World and European championships, in addition to World Cups and several day and stage races, on the road and the track. Among her results are podiums in the National Road and CRI Irish Championships. In addition to representing Ireland this year, Lauren finished tenth overall in the elite Kreiz Breizh, UCI 2.2. A teacher by profession, Lauren decided in 2019 to focus 100% on cycling, and she raced the best races on the Belgian calendar, where she has learned to develop in the classics

Lauren Creamer

1992 Birmingham, UK
Her short, four year cycling career hasn’t prevented her from being a great climber who excels in the best races. She started racing with the Catema.cat-Baix Ter team and was one of the first Catalan riders of the Massi-Tactic UCI Women’s Team. Professionally, she works in the world of marketing, but this does not prevent her from living her great dream of participating in the best races in the world with the team.

Marina Isan

1994 Tàrrega, Catalunya
She began with mountain biking, but has been focussed on the road for a few years now. She has already been champion of Poland 5 times, and arrives at the Massi-Tactic Women’s Team with the desire to demonstrate her power in mountainous terrain, while learning in the best Spanish and European races. Her dream in cycling is to be able to fight in the Ardennes Classic and Giro Rosa, and she is keen to do it wearing the colours of our Catalan squad. Her free time is devoted to reading, and she is very interested in psychology.

Karolina Perekitko

1998 Gdańsk, Poland
She has already been champion of Catalonia for time trial and second in the Catalan Cup, in addition to winning Ripoll- Vallter and making the top 10 in the Cup of Spain. Noemi is a great climber, and excels where long efforts are required, so the longer and harder a climb, the better she performs. She has previously ridden for the Probike team.

Noemí Ferré

1991 Barcelona, Catalunya
11 Spanish championships, 5 Spanish Cups and five World Cup participations, and a sixth place in the European Championships under her belt. A rider from Rota, she is 35 years old, and previously rode for UCI Lointek Team. She is an all-rounder and can also defend herself well in climbs and sprints. Her motto is to “help my teammates in whatever I can”. She is a teacher of Biology and Geology and she says that her inspiration is “any Paralympic athlete”.

Belén López

1984 Rota, Cádiz. Spain
The French rider started cycling 12 years ago. She has grown as a cyclist on the Belgian calendar. After a break in her cycling career to finish her physiotherapy studies, in 2018 she returned to competitions, coming 11th in the Omloop Van Borsel race (Holland). She is characterized as a sprinter, and feels comfortable in difficult and complicated sprints, where she likes to show her skills positioning herself. Chloë will also races other modalities such as track, in preparation for UCI races with the team.

Chloe Turblin

1995 Roncq, France

STAFF

Massi-Tactic Team
With more than 12 years in the Club, he was the main manager of women's cycling in the entity since 8 years ago together Sergi Güell. Promoter of this increase of women's cycling, Angel occupies an important role in the structure of the Team, coordinating each element so that this gear does not stop rolling. Comercial manager and new talent recruiter. National Cycling Director is also manager for the 2nd women's team of the Club, Catema.cat

Ángel González

Team manager
With 15 years of experience directing this entity, Sergi is completely focused on the most important project of the CC Baix Ter. Sergi directs the main axes of the team, working together with Angel, and coordinates the topics of Communication, Marketing and Sponsorship

Sergi Güell

President of CC Baix Ter and CEO of Massi Tactic Women’s Team
ExProfessional cycling rider, he has extensive experience in world cups and stage races such as gregarious and ProTour team member. As a director he has experience in different professional teams. With clear ideas, Manel is characterized by helping in the growth of each of the riders as well as understanding cycling as a team sport.

Manel Gonzalo

Sports director

Ismael López

Mechanic

Sergio Tejedor

Mechanic

Marc Vilanova

Responsible of performance
Doctorate in Physical Activity Sciences from the University of Sevilla. Javier has 10 years of experience as a coach. Currently, he teaches at the Loyola Andalucía University and in the Master of Advanced Physiotherapy of CEU San Pablo, Master in High Performance of the UMU He is the coach of several professional athletes, among which are: David Arroyo (2nd in the Tour of Italy), Tania Calvo (3rd European Championship of track and Olympic cycling), Teresa Casas (2nd in Pan American Ctos of track cycling)

Javier Sola

Responsible of performance