Team Surf City Cyclery Seals the Deal on SoCal's "Triple Crown"


The unofficial season closing race in the streets of Los Angeles' famed Brentwood district took place last Sunday. Team Surf City Cyclery/Sterling BMW was able to take the win with a massive attack by Kayle LeoGrande. This is the first Brentwood Grand Prix victory for the team in its four year history, on what many consider one of the hardest course of the schedule. That win, coupled with Charon Smith's win at The Dana Point Grand Prix and Manhattan Beach Grand Prix, gives the team its first win of all 3 queen races in one season, and quite possibly the first time it has happened in Masters competition. 



Daerr Dominates Boulder


Profile Design SpeedTeam pro Justin Daerr clinched his first IRONMAN victory at the inaugural IRONMAN Boulder. The race quickly became a virtual two-man duel between Richie Cunningham and Boulder native Justin Daerr. Despite being no stranger to the podium, with several top 3 finishes at banner events such as IRONMAN Lake Placid, Challenge Wanaka and IRONMAN Texas, as Daerr himself put it – the win “was a long time coming.” Daerr emerged from the water roughly 3minutes behind Cunningham, but was able to hang closely on the bike with the two posting practically identical bike splits of 4:24:48 and 4:24:56 respectively. The sun beat down on the beautiful Boulder Creek two-loop run. While fellow competitors faded, Daerr held a steady pace and put down the only sub-3 hour run split of the day with a strong 2:59:41. Daerr posted a final time of 8:20:26 – over ten minutes ahead of the second place finisher.



Side Axis Kage


Side-loader design makes this cage ideal for small frames that leave little room for removing bottles in the typical forward and up motion. Suitable for both road and mountain use.  - The cage is optimized for BTA (between the arms) bottle mounts where the natural motion is to pull the bottle sideways.  Construction: - Durable and light-weight composite contruction - Color: - Black - Weight: - 52g



ATTK Unit


The shape is designed to fit snuggly against the stem to smooth the airflow over the stem, leading into the top tube transition. - Direct-mount option for bikes featuring top tube braze-ons. Long mounting slots allows the unit to adapt to the bike optimizing aerodynamics.  Construction: - Injected Nylon/Glass Fiber with rubber top - Size: - 210mm x 40mm x 57cm (250cm3) - Color: - Black Improve Storage Access



Axis Karbon Kage


Unique bottle grip prevents bottle launching, applicable for all road or trail conditions. Construction: - UD Carbon - Color: - Carbon Black with Red, Yellow, Blue, Pink or Silver Trim - Weight: - 33g - Recommended for rear mounts? - No



Daerr Dominates Boulder


Daerr Dominates Boulder Profile Design SpeedTeam pro Justin Daerr clinched his first IRONMAN victory at the inaugural IRONMAN Boulder. The race quickly became a virtual two-man duel between Richie Cunningham and Boulder native Justin Daerr. Despite being no stranger to the podium, with several top 3 finishes at banner events such as IRONMAN Lake Placid, Challenge Wanaka and IRONMAN Texas, as Daerr himself put it – the win “was a long time coming.” Daerr emerged from the water roughly 3minutes behind Cunningham, but was able to hang closely on the bike with the two posting practically identical bike splits of 4:24:48 and 4:24:56 respectively. The sun beat down on the beautiful Boulder Creek two-loop run. While fellow competitors faded, Daerr held a steady pace and put down the only sub-3 hour run split of the day with a strong 2:59:41. Daerr posted a final time of 8:20:26 – over ten minutes ahead of the second place finisher.



SpeedTeam/TwentyFour Lights Up the Big City


SpeedTeam/TwentyFour Lights Up the Big City Profile Design athletes Kaleb Vanort and Chris Foster went 2,3 at this weekend’s New York City Triathlon. The typically fast current carried 4,000 participants down the Hudson River in record-breaking times, with the first male pro emerging in a blazing 11:00. Vanort and Foster followed close behind with an 11:37 and 11:30. The close swim times made for an exciting bike leg where the majority of the top 10 came into T2 within seconds of eachother. Each equipped with a TwentyFour Series wheelset, Vanort posted a 58:31 40K with Foster just moments behind with a 58:39. Kaleb Vanort’s phenomenal 10K run split of 30:13, and total time of 1:44:05 awarded him the fastest run split of the day and a second place podium finish. Fellow SpeedTeam/TwentyFour pro Chris Foster rounded out the top 3 with a final time of 1:45:14.