Winner meets winner: Tour de France winner Tadej Pogačar will be staying in a Carthago motorhome during his races in future

Top duo: winner of the Tour de France and brand used to winning.Carthago c-compactline: perfect base for the world-class athlete.Thehighlight of the 2021 cycling year is once again the Tour de France.

The surprise champion of the 2020 Tour de France will in future be using a Carthago c-compactline as his base camp during his races. The young Slovenian cycling star Tadej Pogačar thus meets a winning brand: both started successfully into 2021. Pogačar won the UAE Tour at the end of February, a first top event of the cycling year, Carthago took a first place in the European Innovation Award. Another similarity: in 2008, Tadej Pogačar contested his first professional race, the same year the first motorhome rolled out of the newly built plant in Odranci / Slovenia.


Top duo: Tour de France winner and brand accustomed to winning

The premium athlete and the premium motorhome complement each other perfectly. The star of the cyclist Tadej Pogačar (22) rose in 2019. At the time, he finished an excellent third in the Vuelta, the demanding Tour of Spain. The young star's biggest coup to date followed in 2020, when he surprisingly won the Tour de France after a fascinating performance on the penultimate mountain stage. At just 21, he was the second youngest winner in the history of the legendary race. In addition to the overall classification, the outstanding cyclist won three stages as well as the mountain and junior classifications.

The successful and growth-oriented premium brand Carthago, on the other hand, has been used to winning for years: The motorhomes are series winners in renowned competitions, whether in the election of the Motorhome of the Year or the European Innovation Award.

Carthago c-compactline: perfect base for the world-class athlete

The competitive athlete has chosen aCarthago c-compactline I 141 LE Super-Lightweight as a base camp for his races. The integrated motorhome is as slim and well-trained as the cyclist and just as trimmed for lightweight construction and stability as his racing bikes. Inside, the cyclist can relax in the comfortable living seating area and enjoy refreshments from the functional kitchen, take a shower in the practical vario-swivel bath and relax in the single beds in the sleeping area. There's plenty of room for bikes in the rear garage, which is accessible from both sides. Clothes and equipment fit in the large storage spaces in the living area as well as in the double floor of the Carthago.


The highlight of the 2021 cycling year is once again the Tour de France

For the cycling year 2021, Tadej Pogačar has again planned a lot. The program includes numerous classic races. The highlight of the season is once again the Tour de France, scheduled from June 26 to July 18. His domicile for the road is already booked: the Carthago c-compactline.