The “off season” for a team mechanic is pretty short, even for smaller Continental teams like Aevolo. While the riders may get a break from racing, mechanics often are kept busy dealing with last season’s bikes, building bikes for the upcoming season, gluing tires, and a host of other tasks that there isn’t necessarily time for once the season begins in earnest.
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As the only manufacturer in the bike tool market that can supply complete service department solutions, from workbenches to spoke wrenches, Unior is in a unique position to help take some of the stress away from an already demanding task: designing your service department. It’s our strong belief that the future of the brick-and-mortar bike […]
Vince Gee recently helped to support the Pablove Across America ride from San Rafael, CA to Los Angeles, CA. 560 miles and 30,000 feet of climbing over 7 days of riding. Pablove Across America helps to raise money for pediatric cancer research, and as a cancer survivor himself, its easy to imagine the passion that […]
Vince Gee and his Aevolo team just finished up the last races of the domestic road racing season with U-23 Nationals, the Tour of Utah, and the Colorado Classic and had this to say about it all: The last big block of racing for our Aevolo boys ended up like a fairytale story. Our last […]