ALL OF SIDI’S 2018 VICTORIES - The first came from Africa in January. The last one in China in October. In between there was the Sanremo, the Amstel, the Giro d’Italia, the European title, and much more... What a season to remember!

November 27, 2018 2 min read

VICTORIESIN UCI WORLD TOUR RACES: 42 

24/02 Omloop Het Nieuwsblad: Michael Valgren 

4-11/03 Paris-Nice 
Stages: 1 Arnaud Demare, 1 Rudy Molard 

7-13/03 Tirreno-Adriatico 
Stages: 2 Marcel Kittel (Katusha), 1 Adam Yates 
GC: Michal Kwiatkowski 1st  

17/03 Milano-Sanremo: Vincenzo Nibali 

19-25/03 Volta Catalunya 
Stages: 1 Maximilian Schachmann 

2-7/04 Itzulia Basque Country 
Stages: 1 Omar Fraile 

15/04 Amstel Gold Race: Michael Valgren 

24-29/04 Romandie 
Stages: 1 Omar Fraile, 1 Egan Bernal, 1 Jakub Fuglsang 

4-27/05 Giro d’Italia 
Stages: 2 Chris Froome, 1 Esteban Chaves, 1 Matej Mohoric, 1 Mikel Nieve, 1 Maximilian Schachmann 
GC: Chris Froome 1st, Miguel Angle Lopez 3rd  

1-19/05 Tour of California 
Stages: 2 Egan Bernal 
GC: Egan Bernal 1st  

3-10/06 Criterium du Dauphinè 
Stages: 1 Michal Kwiatkowski, 1 Pello Bilbao, 1 Adam Yates 

9-17/06 Tour de Suisse 
Stages: 1 Sonny Colbrelli, 1 Arnaud Demare 

7-29/07 Tour de France 
Stages: 1 Arnaud Demare, 1 Magnus Cort, 1 Omar Fraile  
GC: Chris Froome 3rd  

4-10/08 Tour de Pologne 
Stages: 2 Michal Kwiatkowski 
GC: Michal Kwiatkowski 1st  

13-19/08 Binck Ban Tour 
Stages: 1 Magnus Cort 
GC: Matej Mohoric 1st  

25/08 – 16/09 La Vuelta 
Stages: 1 Nacer Bouhanni,  
GC: Miguel Angle Lopez 3rd    

9-14/10 Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey 
Stages: 1 Alexey Lutsenko 

16-21/10 Gree Tour of Guangxi 
Stages: 1 Gianni Moscon, 1 Matteo Trentin 
GC: Gianni Moscon 1st  

 

MORE THAN 100 VICTORIESIN UCI CALENDAR RACES, Including these highlights…

23-31/10 Tour of Hainan: Jakub Mareczko (1 stage)
21/10 Japan Cup: Robert Power
7-14/10 Tour of Taihu Lake: Jakub Mareczko (3 stages)
11/10 Gran Piemonte: Sonny Colbrelli
23-26/08 Deutschland Tour: Matej Mohoric (1 stage & GC)
16-19/08 Artic Race of Norway: Sergei Chernetski
12/08 European Championship title: Matteo Trentin
7-11/08 Vuelta a Burgos: Ivan Sosa (1 stage & GC)
15/07 Kazakhstan National Championship: Alexey Lutsenko
7-14/07 Tour of Austria: Giovanni Visconti (3 stages)
07/07 Albanian TT National Championship title: Eugert Zhupa
05-08/07 Sibiu Tour: Ivan Sosa (1 stage & GC)
01/07 Kazakhstan National Championship: TT Daniil Fominykh
29/06 German National Championship TT: Tony Martin
28/06 Estonia National Championship : Tanel Kangert
24/06 Spain National Championship  : Gorka Izagirre
24/06 Slovenia National Championship: Matej Mohoric
20/06 Ukraine  National Championship TT: Andrey Grivko
20-24/06 Adriatica Ionica Race: Ivan Sosa (1 stage & GC)
08/06 Slovenia National Championship TT: Jan Tratnik
17-22/04 Tour of Croatia: Kanstantsin Siutsou (1 stage & GC)
6-15/04: Tour du Maroc: Jakub Mareczko (6 stages)
10/04 Paris-Camembert: Lilian Calmejane
13-18/02 Tour of Oman: Alexey Lutsenko (GC)
11/02 Colombia Oro y Paz: Egan Bernal (GC)
10/02 Colombia Oro y Paz: Rigoberto Uran (1 stage)
04/02 Colombia  National Championship: Sergio Henao
02/02 Colombia National Championship TT: Egan Bernal
15-21/01 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo: Luca Pacioni (1 stage)

 

Victories by teams completely sponsored by Sidi

SIDI World Tour Teams:
Astana Pro Team: 30 victories
Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team: 26
Team Katusha – Alpecin: 5

SIDI Pro-Continental Teams:
CCC Sprandi Polkowice: 20
Wilier Triestina - Sella Italia: 19

 

…FOR A TOTAL OF MORE THAN 150 GREAT VICTORIES IN THE MAJOR STAGES ON THE INTERNATIONAL CALENDAR!!!
In 2018 Sidi won at least one race in every corner of the planet:
Europe, North-America, South-America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Oceania.

 


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Sidi sizing guide

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Mega = EE shoe fit 4mm of extra space across the ball of the foot

Women fits - "Women specific" shoes are a narrower and smaller version of the regular fit option. The heel and ankle areas have also been narrowed.

How do I know if its a good fit?
Is it to big? To test if your shoes are to big, put your shoes on and stand up straight. Try to pull your heels up, if you can easily do this your shoe might be to big.
Some people have narrow heels, if you know this to be true we recommend getting a shoe with a heel retention device. This will allow the heel to be narrowed.

Is it to small? If you stand up with your shoes on and your toes are touching the front, your shoe is small. You don't want any toes touching the front of the shoe, this will create hot or numb toes on long rides. You want to be able to wiggle your toes a bit, but not feel like they are "sloshing around"

Tip* Try on your new Sidi Shoes with the cycling socks you normally wear

 

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