At last week­end’s Vitosha 100 race held at the pic­turesque foot of the moun­tain, iiS was rep­re­sent­ed by the newest addi­tion to our team. A wor­thy achieve­ment this time promis­es an even bet­ter rank­ing next time. For us, it is a joy­ful fact that fun­da­men­tal com­po­nents of the com­pa­ny’s val­ue sys­tem, such as ded­i­ca­tion, dis­ci­pline and the desire to give the best of your­self, are man­i­fest­ed once again.

The Vitosha 100 race began in the sev­en­ties of the last cen­tu­ry, and at the very begin­ning it had no com­pet­i­tive nature at all. Part of the route was Moun­tain Lyulin so that the orig­i­nal­ly planned 100 km could be reached. Peo­ple gath­ered and cov­ered the route in 24 hours at a tourist pace. With each pass­ing year, the times for the cross­ing decrease, which gives the com­pet­i­tive nature of the event. There is now a route for cyclists. There are not a few peo­ple for whom annu­al par­tic­i­pa­tion is manda­to­ry, and there are hard­ly any who do not want to come back next time. The race is impor­tant to many peo­ple because there is some­thing spe­cial about the fact that it goes around the Vitosha moun­tain – a sym­bol of the capital.