They also have produced both Bais brothers, they are a great regional team and actually knownbfor taking it slow and letting their riders slowly develope, so there should be lots of room to improve for them once they turn pro.His win on Saturday was very impressive, he dominated. He looks to be in good form going into l'Avenir and I'm intrigued what he can bring this year. With this years course I'm tempted to say he won't repeat last years feat, but he's a weird rider. Often when you expect him on his terrain he's nowhere to be found, and when you expect him to crumble in the high mountains he does so well limiting damage. With the downfall of CCC I'm wondering where he'll end up as well, in the right environment, say DQS, he could become an elite rider. Friuli is quitely becoming an elite program, with Jonathan Milan's emergence as well, and I haven't given up on Fabbro either.
Aleotti is more of a one day racer than a stage race, he admits it himself, so l'Avenir was mostly an outliner and to be honest it was a really strange race.
He's got a great engine, is a good climber (mainly on shorter climbs) and packs a decent sprint. The races he'd want to win are LBL and Emilia.