We'd hazard a guess that if you ask any bike racing fan what the most beautiful stage race in the world is, most would say the Tour de Suisse. Taking place annually amidst the most scenic mountain villages in the Alps and showcasing the stunning roads and thoroughfares of Switzerland, the Tour de Suisse is stunning to witness. This year, Rally Cycling sent a contingent of riders to contest some of the toughest days of racing on the international calendar, and they made their presence known by coming up with some stellar results against the very best teams in the world. Nickolas Zukowsky spend two days in the KOM leader's jersey, and Joey Rosskopf took a hard-fought podium on Stage 4. In celebration of their efforts, be sure to check out some of the incredible images from the 2021 Tour de Suisse below. (Photos: Anthony Leutenegger)
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.
With the demand for bikes at historic highs, the bicycle industry is facing unprecedented global supply chain challenges. In the interest of transparency, we want you to know exactly what’s going on with our industry and with us, in particular, as well as what we’re doing to meet those challenges.
Felt ambassador Yoann Stuck's latest video drop is here! A total distance of 250 kilometers, 5300 meters of elevation gain, one road bike, one gravel bike, and a mix of pristine paved roads and tortuous gravel tracks all combined for one insanely epic ride in the wilds of France. You don't want to miss this.