We’re proud to announce that we’re partnering up with Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) on their Stronger Through Sport Challenge, presented by Strava. CAF is dedicated to providing opportunities and support to people with physical challenges, and empowering them to pursue active lifestyles through sports and competitive athletics.
To help spread the word of their mission and to raise awareness for the cause, CAF has created a virtual challenge on Strava to encourage all athletes to get outside and exercise for at least 300 minutes through October 24, 2021. If you complete the Strava challenge, you’ll be entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win one of several incredible prizes—including a brand-new Felt bike!*
Click here to read all of the details about the challenge, and to sign up! Also, if you’re interested in supporting CAF’s mission, you can donate here.
*Note that residents of the United States, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom are eligible to win prizes for this Strava challenge. Be sure to check the official rules for full eligibility, terms, and conditions.
Many of us dream about putting our names into the record books, but few succeed, especially on a scale like Amanda Coker of TWENTY24 Pro Cycling. We are in awe of Amanda's latest ultra-cycling accomplishment, and we're proud to present TWENTY24's report on her incredible feat, as well as Amanda's personal recap of the attempt.
Few things are as magical as riding your bike when fall rolls around. The temperatures begin cooling off, the colors of the landscape begin to shift, and there’s a palpable freshness to the air. Here are some tips to make sure you’re maximizing your ride time and enjoyment when the fall season kicks into gear.
We're partnering with Star Track Cycling to send two of the organization’s elite sprinters to Japan to compete in the inaugural PIST6 Championship Keirin Race Series. They're the first American male riders to be invited to compete in Japanese Keirin racing in over 20 years, and they'll be competing aboard the Tk FRD.