In a post on social media, he explained that the trip was not intended to follow the match and it would also be a pleasure to be outside the stadium in “chaos”. “I want to be in the midst of the chaos outside the stadium,” he wrote on social media. “Just being part of the title celebration with the nation is worth any ticket.”
Gabriel explained that when he started pedaling, in August, the Flamengo had not yet reached the final. His trip to Uruguay was not intended to accompany the Heart Club. “The Copa Libertadores final was just a challenge that I included in the adventure,” he said.
Finally, the fan was uncomfortable with the fallout from his adventure. He said he neither wanted the media nor the tickets.
“It’s my heart’s team, yes. But it was just another path in the journey,” he repeated.
On the asphalt strewn with potholes from speeding trucks, Gabriel decides to leave Roraima on his bike to Montevideo. The epic red-and-black cyclist gained social media this past weekend and received support to make part of the journey by bus. The entire track is posted on the Instagram page, and Tweet embed.
Recently, Gabriel passed through Tubarao (SC) and did not have time to reach Montevideo, but a cow helped him walk 540 kilometers without pedaling. After that, he asked to stop the donations.
“I didn’t even have that expectation of getting a ticket. I was due to go to the stadium and follow, as I think a lot of people would be in the celebration if we won. It’s really cool,” the flamenco player told FolhaBV website, noting that going to the stadium was the least .
In Boa Vista, relatives of the cyclist revealed to FolhaBV that Gabriel left Boa Vista on his bike on August 14 without notifying anyone. According to his brother, Marcel Teixeira Marquez, family members considered the cyclist to be “disappeared”.