Felt ambassador Yoann Stuck is a truly inspirational figure, both in the ultra-endurance running community and the cycling world. Having lived an unhealthy lifestyle for years in the forms of consuming an incredibly poor diet, smoking a pack of cigarettes per day, and imbibing in far too much alcohol, Yoann turned his life around after falling in love with the outdoors. Today, his goal is to share that love with as many people as possible, and to spread positivity and passion for endurance sports with folks around the globe.
"I want to demonstrate to others that it is never too late to improve yourself, and that nothing is impossible," says Yoann.
Always eager for a new adventure, Yoann is constantly planning big rides and pushing his body and his equipment to their limits. His latest ride was truly epic—250 kilometers and 5300 meters of elevation gain across some of the most beautiful paved roads and gravel climbs in his home country of France. Oh, and he rode both a VR endurance road bike and a Breed gravel bike on the day. Check out the video below, and be sure to follow Yoann on Instagram.
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.
We’re proud to announce that we’re partnering up with Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) on their Stronger Through Sport Challenge, presented by Strava. Sign up for the challenge, complete it, and then you'll be entered into a sweepstakes to win one of several incredible prizes, including a new Felt bike!
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.