Cyclist Claudio Camin discovered his distinctive passion at an age where others were still relying on their bicycle training wheels. The South Tyrolean’s first race was at the mere age of eleven, and since then he has literally not taken time to pause. His career reads like the main chapter of a bestseller, continuously marked with success. In 1988 Claudio became vice world champion in points racing. This was six years before he became part of the Italian national team and a bike racing professional within the team ‘Vini Caldirola’, ‘Brescialat’ and ‘Liquigas’. He then reached the highest pinnacle and achievement for a racing cyclist: participating in the legendary Tour de France.