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Río Miera and CC Meruelo, eighth year together in 2022

Río Miera and CC Meruelo, eighth year together in 2022

The 2022 project of the Meruelo Cycling Club continues to take shape. And it is that in a structure like the Cantabrian, which is committed to training and which has its way of life in continuity and learning, everything is part of a great family. That is why it is special to announce that Multiservicios Río Miera will continue as a sponsor of the team for one more season.

With this, there will be eight union campaigns between the two entities. And it is that Río Miera, which has given the name both to the Cantabrian Continental UCI team and to all the quarry formations of the structure, began its relationship with the Club when this project was only the dream of a human team to become a benchmark of the Spanish female cycling. To this day, that dream is a reality, and Multiservicios Río Miera has been a basic pillar.

Rober San Emeterio: “Renewing our collaboration agreement with Río Miera for the eighth consecutive year is undoubtedly a great reward for the work done by our cyclists and all of us who are part of this team. It is a company that receives many collaboration proposals every day and that choosing our project fills us with pride. We can only thank you for your trust and continue working so that many more years will continue together”.

Beatriz and Edu Acebo: “From Multiservicios Río Miera we gave a vote of confidence a few years ago and we have been shown that we can trust this club, that they are a serious team surrounded by people you can count on. For this reason, we are proud to have the name of our company in Spain and Europe. That is why we have not hesitated to maintain our support for the most important and longest-running sponsorship project that we have had in our history”.

The management team continues to work on planning for the 2022 season and new firms will be announced shortly that have opted for the Meruelo Cycling Club project.

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