The Polygon UR Team opens its arms to embrace Trickstuff - a boutique cycling component manufacturer who boasts of its handmade products. Although smal…
He’s been second twice but today Richie Porte finally took home the trophy, winning the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under by an impressive margin.
Caleb Ewan deserves every accolade that has come his way at the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under where he claimed his second win on stage three to Victor Harbor on Thursday.
With new partners and a new rider, the team around Olympic Champions, Nino Schurter and Jenny Rissveds, looks towards a bright future. Scott-Sram MTB Racing Team is the new name of Scott's global MTB team for the next four years. Sram has been a great partner of the team since the very beginning in 2002 and now as a title sponsor, the partnership includes RockShox as the suspension partner as well.
Richie Porte produced his trademark best to win stage two of the Santos Tour Down Under from Stirling to the hilltop finish at Paracombe and also take the overall race lead on Wednesday on Staging Connections Stage 2.
Today ROTOR Bike Components announced its lineup of sponsored road racing teams and athletes for 2017 with one strategic addition. Colombia’s Team Manzana Postobón will represent ROTOR in both national and international races in South America and Europe.
Motivated by a common desire to always go further, LOOK and the Fortuneo-Vital Concept team join forces to take on new challenges.
Canyon can finally put an end to months of rumours and speculation—the all-new Canyon Factory Downhill Team is here. Leading the charge will be World Cup winner Troy Brosnan of Australia, together with Canada’s next big thing, Mark Wallace, and former Junior World Champion, Ruaridh Cunningham of Scotland.
Australian Caleb Ewan has powered to victory at the end of a shortened Hostworks Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under from the cosmopolitan Adelaide suburb of Unley to the Barossa Valley town of Lyndoch.
Polygon UR Team welcomes Kenta Gallagher, 24 year old from Scotland - he was the fastest world cup privateer are not his only singularity as back in 2013 Kenta has already won a World Cup in XC Eliminator race in Nove Mesto.