Stages Cycling expands sponsorships - BikeBiz
Stages has grown its sponsorship of riders for 2018

Stages Cycling has expanded its sponsorship of cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes.

Stages will continue its support of Team Sky, who has ridden the Stages Power LR meter to its last two Tour de France victories, as well as Wanty-Groupe Gobert, who will again compete in the world’s biggest stage race.

Mountain bikers from Yeti‘s EWS Enduro team and Cannondale’s Factory Racing World Cup cross-country squad, plus DH World Champion Miranda Miller and triathletes such as Lionel Sanders and ITU World Champion Flora Duffy currently use Stages for their training and racing metrics. Stages professionals will compete on a variety of products including Stages LR Power dual-sided meters, Stages L Power and R Power single-sided meters, and Stages Dash GPS cycling computers.

“From our beginning, Stages has relied on the world’s top professionals to test our products in the most demanding environments,” said Stages Cycling vice president Pat Warner. “It is a testament to the reliability and accuracy of our products that the best riders in the world use Stages, whether it’s in the World Tour peloton, on the trail at an Enduro World Series event, or on the Queen K Highway at Kona World Championships.”

Stages Cycling Professionals include:

Team Sky

Team Wanty-Group Gobert

Bennelong-Swiss Wellness Cycling Team p/b Cervelo

Katrin Garfoot

Australian Cycling Academy

Nuun-Sigma Sport-London Race Team

Rad Pack

Yeti Factory Racing

Cannondale Factory Team

Danny Hart

Miranda Miller

Luca Shaw

Cameron Wright

Helen Wyman

Vynl CX Team

Richard Sachs CX Team

Lionel Sanders

Cam Dye

Danielle Mack

Flora Duffy

Lucy Gossage

Team Timex

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