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October 09, 2017
September 12, 2017
Canadian Scores First European Victory at Raiffeisen GP, Kline Wins Reading Radsport Adam de Vos stormed to the biggest victory of his young career on Sunday as he burst from a five-man breakaway to win the International Raiffeisen Grand Prix in Judendorf, Austria. He was followed across the line by Sepp Kuss in eighth to give Rally Cycling two riders in the top ten. Back across the pond, Shane Kline won the Reading Radsport Festival.
September 05, 2017
Huffman Ascends to Alberta Crown Teamwork, Sacrifice Deliver Huffman and Kuss to Historic One-Two at Tour of Alberta Rally Cycling dominated the 2017 Tour of Alberta, holding onto the leader’s yellow jersey from start to finish with Evan Huffman claiming overall victory. Sepp Kuss joined Huffman on the final podium in second. Colin Joyce finished seventh and Rob Britton eighth to give Rally Cycling four riders in the top ten. With so many riders high in the overall standings, Rally Cycling also claimed victory in the team classification. Along the way, the team demonstrated incredible teamwork and dedication, which yielded one stage win and three podiums courtesy of Kuss and Joyce. “Winning the Tour of Alberta is truly gratifying, and a relief,” said Huffman. “Leading a major race is always stressful, but the team was incredible all week and showed its strength – especially today. Today was not a parade lap! There were significant attacks from most general classification rivals, but I just stayed relaxed, and the guys rode them back. We had an advantage coming into the finish with Matteo and Rob in the breakaway. They marked all my rivals and discouraged attacks. The result is another big win for the team.”
August 30, 2017
LEGEND RELOADED - NEW NEVEGAL2
July 27, 2017
The call-ups to the starting line, the countdown, the frantic vying for positioning as heartrates seem to skyrocket within mere seconds, the crowds of people waving their countries’ flags as tire rubber finds traction around excruciatingly steep hairpin switchbacks. This can only mean one thing: UCI World Cup XCO is officially underway, and Kenda Tire is honored to be a part of it. This year the Biachi team has favored the Honey Badger XC in 29X2.2 KSCT casing as their go-to set up for Europe’s demanding XCO courses, and has been performing quite well in the varied terrain. We wanted to give you the low-down on why the Honey Badger XC Pros are such a preferred choice for our Elites. The attribute of this tire that riders immediately notice is the low, fast-rolling tread pattern. But there's more to this speedy tire than its tread. Developed for XC and Marathon racing disciplines, the Honey Badger XC Pro is a lightweight, fast, and versatile tire. The Tri-bite knobs provide just enough bite to elevate both confidence and performance in a broad range of trail conditions.
April 21, 2017
April 06, 2017
It’s no secret that Kenda has been working some new tires and materials over the last year. We’re long time Kenda riders, and we’ve gotten familiar with their line - which has a tread for any type of trail. So we were of course excited to get on some early prototypes of a new xc tire that was being fine-tuned back in late 2015.
February 24, 2017
COLIN JOYCE SPRINTS TO THIRD IN STAGE TWO OF VOLTA ALENTEJO Aggressive Riding by Rally Cycling Nets European Podium Colin Joyce powered through the streets of Portel, Portugal, today to finish third in stage two of the Volta Alentejo. Joyce crossed the line just behind Johim Arisen (Metec - TKH Continental Cyclingteam p/b Mantel) and WorldTour rider Carlos Barbero (Movistar). The result comes a day after Matteo Dal-Cin animated the first stage as part of a two-man breakaway. With three stages left, the team will look to continue its aggressive riding and capture that elusive stage win.
February 16, 2017
Adam de Vos Climbs Into Blue Jersey at Volta ao Algarve Rally Cycling continued its strong start to the 2017 season today with Adam de Vos claiming the blue leader’s jersey of the Mountain Classification at the Volta ao Algarve in Portugal. De Vos infiltrated the day’s breakaway before making his move on the only climb of the day - the category three Sitio da Picota. He grabbed maximum points, just of ahead of Christoph Pfingsten (Bora-Hansgrohe) with João Benta (RP - Boavista) in third. In addition to de Vos’s blue jersey, the team rode aggressively in the closing kilometers to set up Eric Young for the sprint finale. Young crossed the line in 21st place – not the result the team wanted, but respectable against the fastest sprinters in the world.
February 10, 2017
RALLY CYCLING LOOKS FOR SUCCESS AT VUELTA CICLISTA A LA REGION DE MURCIA AND VOLTA AO ALGARVE Rally Cycling kicks off the 2017 season tomorrow, February 11, at the Vuelta Ciclista a la Region de Murcia in Spain (UCI 1.1) before heading to Portugal for the Volta ao Algarve (UCI 2.HC) on February 15 -19. The events are considered premier early season races on the European calendar and Rally Cycling aims for success against the top teams in the world – including Bora-Hansgrohe, Movistar and Sky. This is the second year in a row that the team has started its season in Europe and will utilize the events to lay the foundation for success later in the season at top-level races in North America.