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Paris-Nice Stage Win

Proven at Paris-Nice / Stage 5

The Omnium is also being used right now at Paris-Nice by team Lotto Soudal…and it appears to be working. Official Press Release from Lotto Soudal: André Greipel sprinted to victory on the fifth stage of Paris-Nice! A big triumph for Lotto Fix ALL! The German champion beat Arnaud Démare and Dylan Groenwegen in the sprint. […]

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The Omnium at the Spring Classics

Feedback Sports is thrilled to be supporting several Pro World Tour Road teams for 2017; Lotto Soudal and Trek-Segafredo.  Picture bike geeks like us, at the Spring Classics, watching the mechanics prep the racers with our products.  It’s quite a nerdy sight to behold.  Right this minute, in fact, Feedback Sports is excitedly shadowing Team […]

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Interbike: A Delight and Terror Since 1982.

Interbike. Upon doing a little research I found that it’s been alternately delighting and terrifying the bike industry since 1982.  Kind of like the band Air Supply (who coincidentally won “Album of the Year” in 1982). If you’ve never been to Interbike, allow me to break it down for you. And just for fun, let’s stick with the […]

Trek-Segafredo

Unsung Heroes of the Tour Part 3: Trek-Segafredo

A professional World Tour team brings around 50 bikes to the Tour de France.  Reliable equipment and mechanics is a must for any successful team. We provide the equipment, but the mechanics provide their top-notch skills. Our 3rd and final segment of “Unsung Heroes of the Tour” focuses on Trek-Segafredo’s head TdF mechanic: Kenneth Van de […]

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Unsung Heroes of the Tour: Part 1

During the Tour de France, it can be easy to focus on the racers.  Admittedly we’re guilty of it too! They’re fast, flashy and dedicated! They exhibit skills mere mortals only dream of.  But there’s a group that often gets overlooked, that one could argue have the same qualities as the racers–the mechanics.  Without this […]

Tour de France 2016

As we’ve mentioned before, our company lives by a somewhat “less than traditional” annual calendar. The new year starts after Cyclo-Cross Nationals. Spring arrives the day of the Paris-Roubaix. Summer technically rolls in with the kick-off of the Tour de France. Fall is Interbike (and Cross Vegas). It’s officially “winter” when Omnium lunch-rides become the […]