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 amidst the scenic mountain villages of the Alps and showcasing the stunning roads of Switzerland, the Tour de Suisse is stunning to witness.
In celebration of the reigning UCI world championship-winning women’s team pursuit squad getting the nod to represent the United States at this summer’s biggest sporting competition in Tokyo, we’re helping race fans get to know some of the squad members. Meet Rally Cycling's Lily Williams.
We're proud to continue our partnership with USA Cycling’s track program leading into this summer’s marquee athletic competition in Tokyo. Athletes will have both the TA FRD and TK FRD bikes at their disposal. USA Cycling’s team of athletes includes the reigning world champion women’s team pursuit squad.
Natalia Franco, who hails from Colombia, is one of the brightest young stars on the TWENTY24 Pro Cycling team. She's had some big days on the bike during her life, and she's eager to put in another one at Unbound Gravel. We spoke with her about what she's most looking forward to at Unbound.
Pro Cyclist Robin Carpenter is no stranger to long days on the bike, and for 2021, he has been eager to test his legs at one of the many popular gravel races in North America. But Robin didn’t want to just enter any old gravel event—for his first-ever gravel race, he opted for the most storied one of all, Unbound Gravel.
The TWENTY24 Pro Cycling women's team is an incredible proponent of gravel racing. They've even set up their 2021 racing calendar to include a host of some of the most demanding gravel bike races imaginable. Get to know TWENTY24 athlete Jen Luebke as she prepares for the toughest event of them all, Unbound.
TWENTY24 Pro Cycling's Shayna Powless is no stranger to tough gravel races. In 2021, Shayna has taken impressive wins at events like Southeast Gravel and True Grit Gravel. As she prepared for Unbound, we caught up with her to see what her training has been like, and what her goals are for the colossal race.
This past weekend, the first edition of the Tradeinn International Triathlon was held, which also played host to the Spanish Long Distance Championship. Felt athlete Judith Corachan was proclaimed Spanish Long Distance Champion, her second career victory in the prestigious national competition.
Travis McCabe has had some incredible success racing on the road over the past decade, with wins at some of North America's biggest races. For 2021, Travis wanted a new challenge, so he turned his attention to his newfound love of gravel racing and the biggest drop-bar, off-road event there is: Unbound Gravel.
A few weeks back, Daniela Ryf kicked off the North American leg of her 2021 racing season with a dominant victory at Ironman 70.3 St. George. This past weekend, she proceeded to follow it up with another incredible win at an even more prestigious event—the North American Championship at Ironman Tulsa.
Rally Cycling's Clara Koppenburg brought the fight to WorldTour riders in the final stage of the Vuelta a Burgos Feminas as she infiltrated the breakaway to finish fifth atop the fearsome Lagunas de Neila climb. Earlier in the event, Rally Cycling's Heidi Franz spent some time in the mountain leader's jersey, too.
Pro triathlete Judith Corachan kicked off her 2021 racing season at one of the most popular events in her home nation of Spain. Don't miss her race report, which includes her stellar comeback at a key moment of the race to claim a top-five spot at one of the sport's toughest racecourses in Europe.
We’re thrilled to announce our new partnership with Manteca Professional Assistance for the 2021 racing season. Manteca Professional Assistance offers neutral support for both recreational cycling events and professional bike races in the form of mechanics, follow vehicles, and spare equipment.
Pro triathlete Braden Currie took his biggest win of the racing season, putting in a sub-8-hour performance at Ironman New Zealand. The event took place in Currie's home nation, making the win all the more special. The grueling test in triathlon's toughest distance bodes well for Braden as he eyes more success in 2021.
Amidst the unprecedented challenges of a unique racing season, pro triathlete Braden Currie is preparing for the biggest triathlon event in his home country, Ironman New Zealand. Following up on his stellar performance at his last race, Braden will be looking to push himself in the sport's toughest distance.
Pro triathlete Braden Currie continued his 2021 racing season at one of his favorite events, Challenge Wanaka. After testing out which bike would be fastest for the event’s new bike course, Braden proceeded to put in a stellar performance on race day, highlighted by an epic chase of the race leader.
Have you ever wondered which type of bike is fastest for a particular racecourse? With a recent change to the bike course of one his favorite events, pro triathlete Braden Currie wondered the same thing. So he decided to find out.
Rally Cycling is one of the most distinctive teams in pro cycling. Not only are they competitive in every race they enter, they're also one of the most stylish in the pro ranks. The 2021 season has arrived and, with it, new race bikes. Check out this photo gallery of the squad's custom FR road bike.
Rally Cycling is kicking off the 2021 racing season in style with a bold new look to their latest fleet of race bikes! The AR aero road bike will be the team's choice ride for sprints and flat stages. And it's sporting a stealthy and orange paint scheme that will be the envy of the pro peloton.
We’re excited to announce that professional triathlete Ashleigh Gentle will continue racing with Felt Bicycles for the 2021 season. The Australian star first joined forces with Felt Bicycles in 2014 and has scored some incredible wins, including a record seven victories at Noosa Triathlon.
Pro triathlete Braden Currie kicked off his 2021 racing season in his home country of New Zealand at the Tauranga Half event. In one of the most thrilling race days in the event's history, Braden soared to a record-smashing podium finish. Next up, he'll take on the biggest events in New Zealand.
We’re thrilled to announce that professional triathlete Braden Currie will partner with Felt Bicycles for the next three racing seasons. Currie, who hails from New Zealand, has become a regular presence near the front of many a race in global triathlon. He’s a proven competitor and has some ambitious goals for 2021.
We caught up with American Shayna Powless and Canadian Georgia Simmerling of TWENTY24 Pro Cycling to give us a first-hand account of what it was like to take part in the most prestigious virtual cycling race to date—the first-ever UCI-sanctioned eSports world championship.
On December 9, the first-ever UCI-sanctioned eSports world championship road races took place via the popular Zwift virtual cycling platform, and Rally Cycling fielded some very impressive performances at the historic event. Read on to learn more about the athletes' experiences at this fantastic race.
Bike racing was put on pause due to the global pandemic. But the men and women of Rally Cycling were still able to participate in some pre-season training camps and compete in a handful of early-season races at the beginning of the year. Check out this gallery of their custom FR road bikes.
The global COVID-19 put a halt to professional bike racing this season. So although the men and women of the Rally Cycling team were able to compete in a handful of early-season races, we wanted to shine a spotlight on their gorgeous bikes that would have no doubt been breaking away to several victories this year.
Chloe Dygert and the American women's team pursuit squad stormed the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin. The took home multiple world championships and several medals, while Dygert also set a few new world records, the final major track event before the Tokyo Olympics.
After a few miles on the bike course along the legendary Queen K highway, everything seemed to be going according to plan for four-time and reigning Kona World Champion Daniela Ryf. But by race's end, Ryf would finish well off her usual pace. But it's not always results that define what the Kona triathlon experience truly is.
After being first out of the water at the past two Kona World Championships, Australian Josh Amberger is eager for a podium spot at this year's race. Aiding him on the bike split will be a brand-new Felt IA Disc triathlon race rig, complete with a full component setup from SRAM and Zipp.
Daniela Ryf is the reigning Queen of Kona. A four-time consecutive winner of triathlon’s most prestigious race, the Swiss superstar has dominated this racing season, and she is chasing a historic fifth Kona world championship. This is the bike with which she aims to make history.
Amidst the excitement and anticipation of your race preparation, make sure you’ve done the appropriate work on your bike. After all, you don't want a mechanical problem on race day. Here are the five essential bike checks that you must do before any triathlon in order to help you have the best race ever.
Rally UHC Cycling’s Megan Jastrab won gold in the junior women’s road race at the UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire, England, narrowly finishing ahead of Belgium’s Julie De Wilde. The 17-year-old American was perfectly set up by her USA Cycling teammates heading into the technical finale of the 86-kilometer race.
In the final individual time trial of his under-23 career, Rally UHC Cycling’s Brandon McNulty claimed bronze at the U23 World Road Championships in the Individual Time Trial. The performance marked McNulty’s fourth world championship medal which includes a junior world title from 2016.
Chloe Dygert Owen obliterated her field of rivals en route to her first-ever time trial world championship in the Elite division on a epically treacherous, wet and rainy racecourse in Yorkshire, England. She's on the form of her life, and is now the pre-race favorite heading into Saturday's road race.
The Tour of Utah kicks off on August 12 and runs through August 18, and it's an annual showcase of some of the best talent in North America, along with some of the United States's most epic riding areas and landscapes. We caught up with two pros from Rally UHC Cycling, each of whom has a unique perspective on the event.
Josh Amberger is one of the fastest rising stars in triathlon. The Australian has won a slew of major races, including the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship, and he has been first out of the water at the two previous Kona World Championships. In his own words, he breaks down his most recent race at Ironman Vitoria.
The Rally UHC Cycling men's team arrived in Zurich, Switzerland, this week to compete in the biggest stage race in program history, the WorldTour ranked Tour de Suisse. Running from June 15 to June 23, the race features epic snowy mountain passes and lush rolling valleys, highlighting Switzerland’s natural beauty.
Rally UHC Cycling earned an invitation to the most prestigious day of racing on the women’s calendar, La Course by Le Tour de France. The team received one of only five wildcard spots available and returns to the race for the first time in four years. Described as a ‘puncheurs’ course, it will suit those riders with raw power.
Brandon McNulty Il Giro di Sicilia in spectacular fashion on Saturday, with Rally UHC Cycling successfully defending his leader’s jersey on the legendary slopes of Mt Etna. McNulty finished fourth on the final stage after his teammates, one by one, sacrificed themselves en route to the greatest GC triumph in team history.
With tough early season contests in Spain and Oman under their belt, Rally UHC Cycling enters a second block of European racing with renewed strength and confidence. The team lands in Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport Friday for a five-week campaign that begins in France and ends with England’s Tour de Yorkshire.
The first stop of USA Cycling’s Pro Road Tour finished as strongly as it had started for Rally UHC Cycling with Sara Poidevin claiming second from the breakaway on the final stage of the Redlands Bicycle Classic. Megan Jastrab collected the field sprint for fourth and Krista Doebel-Hickok won the Queen of the Mountain.
The Sho-Air TWENTY20 Pro Cycling team just kicked off its season by winning the Team General Classification at the Redlands Bicycle Classic. Team rider Erica Clevenger also took home a stage win on the final day of the event. Learn more about Erica and what makes her team so unique in pro cycling.
The Redlands Bicycle Classic is one of the longest-running and most prestigious stage races in the United States. Check out our behind-the-scenes photo gallery of the Stage 1 time trial and the Sho-Air TWENTY20 Pro Cycling women's team to catch a glimpse into the world of pro cycling.
At the end of a grueling four-week-long Spanish campaign that included forays into Mallorca, Valenciana, Murcia, and Almeria, Rally UHC Cycling closed their Spanish tour by seizing control of the peloton to deliver Colin Joyce to an incredible fifth place finish in the Vuelta a Andalucía finale.
After an extended stay in Spain, Rally UHC Cycling returns to the Arabian Peninsula to tackle the Tour of Oman from February 16 – 21. With six stages, featuring a mix of climbing and desert crosswinds, the race will test the peloton’s resolve as Rally UHC Cycling’s Middle Eastern campaign begins.
After a Mediterranean season opener on the island of Mallorca, the men of Rally UHC Cycling travel to the Spanish mainland to tackle three of the most prestigious races in Spain over the course of eleven days: Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana, Vuelta Ciclista a la Región de Murcia, and Clasica de Almeria.
Rally UHC Cycling has received an invitation to one of the world’s most historic one-day races, Le Flèche Wallonne. As part of Belgium’s Ardennes Classics Week, this grueling one-day race occupies the heart of the spring season. Rally UHC Cycling's inclusion is the first time an all-North American team will take part.
Rally UHC Cycling’s Krista Doebel-Hickok climbed to third place on stage two of the Santos Women’s Tour Down Under. After 115 kilometers of intense racing, the peloton hit the base of the final climb intact and Rally UHC Cycling’s newest signing shot off the front of the world-class field.
In one of the most epic Kona World Championships in the event's storied history, records were shattered and expectations about the limits of human performance were obliterated. Daniela Ryf successfully defended her three consecutive titles by winning number four this past Saturday in the most dramatic fashion imaginable.
At the Pan American Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico, American Ashton Lambie set a new world record in the Individual Pursuit event. Wait, no, that's not entirely correct. Lambie absolutely obliterated the previous record by over three seconds, a veritable eternity when it comes to racing on the velodrome.