The Bolts Kit takes its inspiration from the original 1987 Sugoi logo design. The fierce lightning bolt was worn proudly by elite racers and everyday cycle obsessives, as the brand that stood for top quality and expertly designed performance apparel. The Bolt graphic is used across the upper chest and sleeve of the jersey and down the right leg of the bib shorts. The kit is a solid all black base, with fluorescent yellow colour pops on the sleeves, leg band and jersey pack pocket.
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One of a Kind Custom design to celebrate 30 years
Top Athletes Fight to Become the 2016 IRONMAN World Champion
Triathlon's top athletes will be competing in Kona, HI this weekend at one of the toughest IRONMAN courses in the world for their chance to become the new world champion. Our eyes are on Brent McMahon, Liz Lyles, and Michelle Vesterby to take the podium.
Dry n Dusty Season Kick Off
Cross is HERE. Get in to it! And with that we look back and celebrate this year's season kick off of the US Pro Cross Calendar in Rochester, NY.
A dry and dusty start to the year was in store for Team Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com as temperatures soared into the 90's on this humid September day (that's over 30 Celcius). Racing took place in a new venue at Genesee Valley Park, with half the course grassy fields where speeds were high and the other half twisty wooded trails with steep run ups.
Danielle Musto Rides Fat at the Grandfather of American Gravel Races
On June 4th I competed in the Dirty Kanza 200, a gravel road race that traverses the flint hills of eastcentral Kansas. The race is self-supported and notorious for its extreme conditions. If you talk to anyone who has ever competed in the race they will mention how the rocks are so sharp they can cause multiple flats, how the wind can be so strong and relentless that you feel like you aren’t moving, and that temperatures can be extremely hot with zero coverage from trees.
SUGOi had a great start the race season at IRONMAN 70.3 California last weekend. #teamSUGOi athletes Andi Dreitz and Michelle Vesterby from Europe, and Cam Wurf from Australia attended the race on a beautiful day in sunny Oceanside, California.
We are thrilled to announce that Andi Dreitz placed 2nd overall, in an incredibly close 3:51:51! Michelle Vesterby placed 13th in her category, up from her previous place of 18th, and unfortunately Cam Wurf was injured and did not participate in the race.
Introducing Cannondale 360 Fly powered by Sugoi
With representation from the United States, Canada, Denmark and Germany
We are excited to announce our sponsorship of top professional triathletes for the 2016 season. The 2016 roster has an expanded global reach with a range of athletes including: the newly-signed American Andy Potts; the returning American Liz Lyles and German Andreas Dreitz; and, the newly-signed Brent McMahon from Canada and Michelle Vesterby from Denmark.
We couldn't be happier to welcome Michelle Vesterby to our 2016 slate of Pro Athletes!
A word that can be used to describe Michelle? Sunny. Her positive-thinking, 'keep smiling' philosophy, and unbeatable determination have netted great results for her in a career that's just getting started. Since turning pro in 2012, Michelle has raced in 24 major triathlons, reaching top 5 in 19 of them. After her memorable 4th place finish at the 2015 IRONMAN World Champion in Kona, Michelle has her sights set reaching that podium in 2016.
SUGOI Athletes discuss taking on their biggest race of the year
Each year thousands of triathletes around the world mark one special date on their calendar above all others: KONA.
The one they are gunning for all year. For some their ticket comes early in the season and with it the ability to relax during those mid summer races. For others it might be their nervous final race of the season that earns them the right to compete on triathlon's biggest stage.