Luca Braidot

Luca Braidot, an Italian professional mountain biker, competed at the 2016 Summer Olympic Cross-country event and then again at the 2018 Cross-country European Championships.

Snow Shoe was an intense technical and rocky race which featured mechanicals and flat tires for several riders. Luca Braidot of Santa Cruz FSA MTB Pro Team took advantage of these misfortunes by capitalizing on them to seize opportunities presented by other competitors’ mistakes.

Professional Career

Luca Braidot and Daniele are professional mountain bikers from Italy who compete for Centro Sportivo Carabinieri – Cicli Olympia – Vittoria team.

Italy’s return to prominence at the top of XCO World Cup competition in 2022 was due to athletes like Luca Braidot, Titouan Carod and David Valero Serrano (the tallest man in mountain biking).

At Lenzerheide’s final race, Braidot achieved his first win on a Santa Cruz Blur, an astounding achievement given that this brand tends to specialize in gravity sports. Soon thereafter he earned another in Vallnord by capitalizing on Mathias Fluckiger and Nino Schurter’s misfortune while leading; Ondrej Cink experienced punctures as well.

Achievement and Honors

Last week’s controversial finish at Lenzerheide Men’s XCO Race proved no fluke; Santa Cruz FSA MTB Pro Team’s Luca Braidot proved his winning performance once more by defeating fellow Swiss riders Nino Schurter and Mathias Fluckiger with ease.

Following Romanian Vlad Dascalu’s crash, Schurter, Fluckiger, Filippo Colombo and South African Alan Hatherly remained close until they were caught by Braidot.

Santa Cruz FSA rider Justin Schurter led until the final lap, when David Valero-Serrano pulled ahead to win. Canadian Christopher Blevins of Specialized Factory Racing came in ninth.

Personal Life

Luca Braidot, an Italian professional mountain biker and cyclo-cross racer, won seventh in the 2016 Summer Olympic cross-country event and participated in 2022 XCO World Cup where he claimed his first Elite victory at Lenzerheide riding his Santa Cruz Blur CC bike.

Braidot took full advantage of Matthias Dascalu’s error on the penultimate lap, when on several flat rollers he suddenly imploded and allowed Braidot to make contact with the leading group.

Following Dascalu’s Lap 5 move, Braidot took his cue from Dascalu’s successful Lap 5 maneuver and attacked on the “wall” climb in the final lap’s “wall” section. By creating an opening Valero could not close, Braidot won his second World Cup of the season; becoming the first Santa Cruz rider ever to win an elite XCO race.

Net Worth

Luca Braidot is an accomplished Mountain bike racer who has garnered numerous titles and awards during her career. Additionally, she has appeared in movies and TV shows; currently working on some exciting projects; boasting an estimated net worth of $5 Million as of 2023. She enjoys an excellent fan following with an estimated worth estimated at $5 Million as per 2023 estimates.

Even through extreme heat and altitude conditions, riders pushed on in their race. After Dascalu overtook Valero on a series of flat rollers, Romanian implosion on an exposed track section enabled Braidot to claim his second win of the day.

Luca Braidot has achieved great success in leading an active, healthy lifestyle and remains free from major controversies and scandals. He serves as an excellent role model and has inspired numerous youngsters to join cycling as their sport of choice.

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