The Cylance Pro Cycling came to our home turf for BC Superweek. With 9 races over 10 days and over $140K in cash purses up for grabs, BC Superweek has become Canada's biggest pro series.
Over the first weekend, Justin Williams picked up a win at Ladner Crit in the Tour de Delta, despite a last-minute disc-brake ruling and even more last-minute bike swap out. Scott Law took second place on the podium at Sunday's road race in a tight sprint finish.
Monday morning, the team headed to Sugoi Headquarters to meet with our Design Team and talk about our 2018 collection for elite road cyclists.
After a lively round table session and deep dive into the new product, the boys jumped onto the rollers for another round fit testing. The new protos will travel with the team for the coming months for further scrutiny and real life testing.
Wednesday evening marked the week's pinnacle event, the Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix. With its tight corners and twisting cobblestone streets, Gastown is home to one of North America's most exciting crits, drawing over 20,000 spectactors each year.
First up, Escape Velocity's DEVO team represented #teamsugoi first in the Youth race. It's always fun to see the next generation of riders get to participate in this celebrated event.
Super fans from the office grabbed prime real estate at the event and made some noise.
In nail biter finish, Scott Law picked up his 2nd podium of the week, only bested by returning champion Eric Young.
After the week of racing, the boys took to the North Shore mountainsfor some adventure recon (check their INSTA for some wooded photoshoots) before heading off to take over Boise Twilight Crit days later (spoiler alert Justin Williams took that one too).