In recent signings, Eneicat-RBH Global, the Spanish Continental team, confirmed the acquisition of 22-year-old Portuguese cyclist Daniela Campos. The young rider joins Eneicat following a three-season tenure at Bizkaia Durango. During her time with Bizkaia, Campos clinched two national time trial titles and a national MTB cross-country championship. Despite a challenging 2023 that saw her sustaining a collarbone fracture during the Women’s Vuelta a España, Campos remains a notable talent, especially on the track. She has earned the European Junior Champion title in the elimination event and also secured a top-10 finish in the points race at the recent World Championships.
Meanwhile, Ariana Gilabert will also see a change in scenery for the 2024 cycling season. Gilabert, who raced for Laboral Kutxa in 2023, had her season’s best at the Vuelta a Andalucia, finishing 14th in the general classification and earning 12th and 13th places in individual stages. She was also 14th at La Périgord Ladies too. The Catalan rider expressed her enthusiasm for the new season, stating her keenness to participate in international elite races. Her previous experience includes impressive results in the junior classification of the Copa de España in 2018 and participation in the Youth Nations’ Cup, as well as the European and World Championships.
Both riders appear eager to embark on their new chapters. Campos, in particular, had expressed her gratitude towards Bizkaia Durango for the opportunities she received, stating she is highly motivated for the upcoming season. Similarly, Gilabert also conveyed her excitement to be part of a team as storied as Bizkaia Durango and looked forward to making the leap into international elite races.