The message is always the same as De Phyllis: “With a bike you can go anywhere,” the cyclist wrote on his Facebook page: “Because the bike is the most sustainable way to get around, thus buying urban spaces again more livable, without vehicular traffic and reducing emissions from Auto fuel.
Romano, De Felice’s age is 40 years old. Marco Pantani hit him in 1994, from that moment he began his bicycle adventure. After taking part in the competitive classes of traditional cycling, and capping his career with a year in the pro ranks, in 2012 he decided to switch to superbike cycling and, in this extreme sport, excelled in several Italian and international competitions. In 2018, he pedaled the Canadian Arctic about 1,300 kilometers on the Arctic Highway after arriving in the North Cape and crossing Iceland during the winter.
One of his most recent feats was to ride a mountain bike on Himalayan trails in February to reach Everest Base Camp: 1,300 kilometers and 40 thousand meters in altitude with temperatures as low as -30 degrees Celsius. Omar also crossed the Gobi River in Mongolia (later blocked by Covid in Ulaanbaatar), and finished third in the Cross-American Cycling Tour of the United States. His love of cold temperatures and harsh conditions, which he likes to call his “Zona Omar” (which is also the title of his last book for La Nave di Teseo). (alebal)
“Introvert. Avid gamer. Wannabe beer advocate. Subtly charming zombie junkie. Social media trailblazer. Web scholar.”