In May, with an even larger team than in 2013, the “CIAL ALUMINIUM RECYCLING TEAM” took part in the Dynamo Bike Challenge, organised to raise funds for the charity Dynamo Camp.

The team’s 21 women, aged between 30 and 50, include managers, doctors, clerical workers, mothers and professionals from the voluntary sector and other industries, united by a shared passion for cycling and the environment. By taking part in the race, in CIAL livery, the team took a clear stand on issues concerning the environment and the proper recycling of aluminium, a material that can be fully and infinitely recycled.

Let’s see who they are:

After an extremely positive experience last year, in 2014 CIAL confirmed its support to Dynamo Camp, the first Recreation Therapy Camp in Italy that offers holidays and recreation to children aged 6 to 17, suffering from serious and chronic diseases, completely free of charge.

The CIAL team had taken part in the first edition, in May 2013, with 17 cyclists, finishing atop the standings as the team that raised most funds. This year, the team, made up of 21 members, has gone even further, with one of the “CIAL girls” taking first place, winning the race and beating off stiff competition from the rest.  

Here’s a video of their experience:

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