Meet Sydney Uni Velo Cyclist Matheus Pintaude
Introducing Sydney Uni Velo cyclist Matheus Pintaude. Originally from Brazil, we asked Matheus about his cycling, inspiration and more in our latest Q&A.
Staminade: How did your love of cycling begin?
MP: When I watched for the first time the Tour de France.
Staminade: What are your top 5 tips for young aspiring cyclists?
- Drink water every 15 min
- Look after your bicycle
Matheus’ Successes and Goals
Staminade: What has been your greatest success to date?
MP: When I came to Australia I rode to Canberra with no stopping. 320km
Staminade: What’s your ultimate cycling goal?
MP: Keep riding and making friends and having a good time with my clubmates.
Staminade: Who was your role model as an aspiring cyclist?
MP: Fabian Cancellara.
Staminade: What’s your pre-event routine?
Staminade: How does a typical training week look for you?
MP: Hard, and harder. I’m getting old – 28 years old.
Staminade: Favourite part of training?
Staminade: Hardest part of training and how you overcome the challenge?
MP: Descending. I’m trying to improve my skills.
Staminade: What’s your favourite flavour of Staminade?
MP: Wild Berry Rush
Staminade: Staminade’s tagline is ‘First Aid for Thirst’. What does this mean to you?
MP: When I need a drink, and real hydration, I know Staminade will be there!!
Find out more about Sydney Uni Velo here: https://suvelo.com.au/
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