Cycling is an exciting sport that has gained popularity around the world in recent years, and the Dominican Republic is no exception. The Caribbean island has produced some of the best riders in the region, and a local young talent, Junior Marte, is ready to take on his next big adventure.

Marte, a 24-year-old cyclist, has been selected to join the New York City Foundation team for the 2023 season. This is a great opportunity for Marte, who has been working hard on his cycling career since he was 17 years old.

The Foundation team is one of the most recognized teams in professional cycling in the United States, and Marte will have the opportunity to compete in some of the biggest races on the calendar, including the Redlands Bicycle Classic, the Crit Series, and the NCL, Speedweek.

Marte began competing at the national level in the Dominican Republic when he was just 14 years old and quickly rose to prominence as one of the most promising cyclists of his generation. In 2018, he won the bronze medal at the U23 Pan American Championship in San Juan, Argentina, one of the most prestigious cycling races on the continent.

The young rider knows that racing on the Foundation team will be a big challenge, but he is excited to face it. “I know I’m going to have to work very hard and be very focused to compete on the Foundation team,” said Marte. “But I am ready to give everything I have and represent my country in the best possible way.”

Marte is aware that cycling is a very demanding sport, but he is confident in his ability to meet the challenges that come his way. “I’ve been training very hard to prepare for this opportunity,” Marte said. “I am in very good shape and ready to compete at the highest level.”

The 2023 cycling season is presented as an opportunity for Junior Marte to demonstrate his talent and skills as a cyclist. His inclusion in the Foundation team is a great achievement for the young rider and a testament to his dedication and effort in his career. The world of professional cycling will be attentive to the results of Mars in the upcoming season.

Source: Henry Francisco’s personal Facebook page