Thymen Arensman rides to sixth overall at Giro d'Italia wearing Ekoï shoes in a new partnership

Thymen Arensman recently entered into a collaboration with Ekoï. Since the Giro d'Italia, where he finished 6th overall, the Dutch climber has been riding in the shoes of the popular French cycling brand.

Since INEOS Grenadiers does not have a permanent shoe sponsor, the British team's riders are free to choose their own shoes. For example, Geraint Thomas rides the recently launched Quoc M3 Air and Filippo Ganna chooses the Northwave Veloce Extreme. From now on, Arensman will add new kilometers on his bicycle with the Ekoï C12 Pro Team cycling shoes.

In addition to Arensman, Carlos Rodriguez also rides the recently launched top model of the French company's cycling shoe range. The 24-year-old Dutchman is logically pleased with the new shoe. "It is very important to me that a shoe fits well around the feet. It just feels good and that means you can deliver a lot of power to the pedals," he says on the Ekoï website. He is also enthusiastic about the collaboration with the brand. "It's nice to work with a company that really listens to you."

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