The Rally UHC Cycling pro continental race team has joined forces with Felt for the 2019 season and beyond. Both men's and women's contingents of the squad will race the FR Disc road bike. Here's a look at the all-new team bike, complete with TIME pedals, SRAM drivetrains, HED wheels, Arundel bottle cages, Garmin computers, Easton components, and Kenda tires.
Rally UHC Cycling FR Disc bikes will be equipped with Arundel bottle cages.
Easton provides the squad with handlebars and stems, while Garmin supports the team with computers.
The Rally UHC Cycling FR Disc is equipped with SRAM's highest-end groupset, Red eTAP Disc.
HED wheels will keep the men and women of Rally UHC Cycling rolling through 2019.
Disc brakes are standard on the Rally UHC Cycling team issue road bikes.
Rally UHC Cycling team riders will use TIME pedals for the 2019 racing season.
Kenda returns as the tire sponsor of the Rally UHC Cycling pro continental team.
Winter has arrived in the northern hemisphere, and that means shorter days, colder weather, and additional precipitation. Of course, racing cyclocross is also a great way to stay fit in the wintertime. But for those sticking to the road, here are a few tips to maximize your bike’s ability to handle some big-mile days during winter.
Play Sports Group, publisher of Global Triathlon Network (GTN), has announced its selection of Felt Bicycles as the media organization’s new official bike partner for its GTN channel. As part of its new partnership with the Southern California-based bicycle manufacturer, GTN will feature Felt bikes in future content.
A cyclocross bike is ideally suited for going fast on a racecourse, while a gravel bike is best for all-day adventures over mixed terrain. But what separates these two types of bikes in terms of different riding experiences? And can’t you just have one of the two types of bikes to use for both gravel and cyclocross?