Aldo is a former Elite Senior 1 rider who was coached by Ezio Orlando with an Italian racing background and Mike Walden, a Cycling Sport Hall of Fame
member. Aldo has numerous road and track victories throughout the US and Canada. Having dedicated his life to cycling, his wins came early as the
Ontario and Canadian Junior Road Champion and continued through his championship win at the U.S. Collegiate Sprint Championship and as a bronze
medalist at the Road Masters World Games.
Aldo has over 50 years cycling and racing experience and 30 years coaching road and track riders. He is a NCCP Level III coach for road and track and a Level II nationally certified road and
track course instructor. He has developed Provincial and National road and track champions from infancy who have represented Canada at World Championships and other international events.
He was the Director Sportif for the Canadian National Team in France for single day and stage races.
In addition to his accomplishments on the road and as a coach, Aldo is a licensed race official in Ontario, Canada, and owner, promoter and organizer of one of the oldest bicycle races
in North America, the Tour di Via Italia criterium in Windsor, Ontario. He has also been instrumental in organizing a host of other events within the road, mountain bike arenas
throughout Ontario. He helped launch the Maple Leaf Cycling Club of Windsor, which is enjoying its 28th year anniversary this year. He is also the owner/manager/coach of the
Alabama Cycling Camp.