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Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli with One Ocean Foundation and TITICI

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Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli with One Ocean Foundation and TITICI
Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli with One Ocean Foundation and TITICI

Sea pollution has always been an issue to which the team is particularly sensitive.

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Each day, an average over 5 kg of plastic accumulates along every kilometer of coast, which is then dispersed into the sea. For this reason Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli has decided to join the One Ocean Foundation project "No plastic in the Ocean", auctioning two of the three bicycles made by the Italian company TITICI and used by the team during training.
The bicycles are three F-DB02 models, customized and signed by Max Sirena (skipper and team director), and by the two helmsmen, Checco Bruni and Jimmy Spithill.

Built entirely in Italy, with the precision and craftsmanship that distinguishes this prestigious brand, the bikes are equipped with a carbon frame with a technology that allows the absorption of up to 18% more vibrations than standard frames, while the wheels are fitted with Pirelli P ZERO ™ clincher tires, which have always been used by the team on bike training outings.

On the Charity Stars platform it is possible to participate in the auction to win the bicycles of Checco Bruni and Jimmy Spithill. The proceeds from the bids will go to the "No Plastic in the Ocean" project promoted by One Ocean Foundation. Every euro obtained will contribute to the collection of 2 kgs of plastic waste that threaten the coasts of the Pacific Ocean. In collaboration with local associations, such as Plastic Bank, the waste will be recovered and reintroduced into the production cycle, thus promoting the development of a local circular economy.

The auction will last for the entire duration of the Prada Cup, up to Monday February 22nd.

Visit the auction page and try your luck at winning Checco and Jimmy's bikes.

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