Through carefully selected partnerships, a dedication to carbon offsets and neutrality, and community-based clean up events, Instafund has pushed professional cycling teams and supporters alike to think deeply about their environmental impacts.
The evolution of sport requires commitment, action, and inventiveness. Since 2016, CANYON//SRAM has inhabited these spaces with a singular dedication to being the change. New and renewed access to races, wages, prize money, and coverage reflect tangible progress in women’s cycling, yet there remain chapters left unwritten. Ronny Lauke and the CANYON//SRAM team continue to shape the future of that story, inspiring others along the way.
Ascending into the clouds, every pedal stroke - every breath - proved more difficult than the last. 100% humidity, serious altitude, and two days spent on the saddle, led Fernwee and the Ride Beyond Crew to reach new heights in Colombia.
As the full moon illuminated the surrounding scenery, the Atlas Mountain Race participants set out from that start line. Hiking his bike down the infamous 4km mule track, Allan Shaw made it to the first checkpoint of the race just after 5 AM in 52nd place. With sunset at 7 PM and sunrise at 8 AM, the riders had no choice but to battle it out in 13 hours of darkness.
Today CANYON//SRAM Racing and CANYON//SRAM Generation are thrilled to announce the selection of Hammerhead, innovators of cycling technology and makers of the Karoo 2, as their cycling computer partner for the 2023 season.
Cycling represents something different to every person. For a long time, all it represented to Hammerhead ambassador Beau Marksohn, aka @DadBod_Cyclist, was an unapproachable sport that was for people that look nothing like him.
The Solstice represents a shift in momentum and an opportunity for inner transformation. To celebrate, Hammerhead is offering a Limited ‘Solstice’ Bundle so you can pursue all your goals for the upcoming season.
Basking in the late-autumn sun while riding through the best areas the Franciacorta wine region has to offer, heads turned as the all-women groups cycled past, throwing dust on the loose, arid terrain.
Bridging the gap between what is unknown and what can be overcome, Transibérica hosts Women’s Cycling Camps to help female cyclists build their courage to enter the bike-packing and ultra-distance space - as female participation in these events is significantly lower than male participation.