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Committed to Racing

It’s in our name. It’s defines our company culture. And it’s the recipe for how our products have earned the reputation of durable and portable. It’s our commitment to racing.

We put our products in the hands of the World’s most demanding teams, athletes and mechanics. Grand Tours, Spring Classics, World Cup MTB and Cyclocross are all opportunities for us to gain Feedback, so our products satisfy the people who use them at home, the local and regional races, and Nationals events.

Our commitment to racing is no more obvious than walking the pits of this past weekends Trek Cup World Cup Cyclocross Race in Waterloo, WI. We started counting Omniums, but at a certain point the number just became “a lot”…

Have a look at a few pics from the weekend – as always, Trek’s dedication to cyclocross showed. The crowds were entertained and the racing was brutal.

Like many amateurs and professionals this past weekend, former French National CX Champion Steve Chainel stopped by for a post-race cool-down on the Omnium Zero-Drive Trainer

 

Helen Wyman navigates the Challenge tent, sharing a nearly infinite amount of wisdom with up and comers Anna Kay, Clara Honsinger, and Sammi Runnels – and of course they use Feedback repair stands and Omnium Trainers every weekend.

 

The newly formed Easton/Giant CX Team runs the same program as most – Pro Elites, Sprint Stands and Omnium Trainers – the portability and reliability of our products is hard to beat, or so we’re told!

 

We love SRAM and Trek Factory Racing, and they love our repair stands and tools! Their entire events program, including neutral support, uses our Pro Elite and Sprint Repair Stands, plus our Team Edition tool kit!

 

See, told you so – SRAM love our repair stands and the Team Edition Tool Kit – they recognize quality of purpose-built, multi-function tools!

 

Sophie de Boer, a World Cup Dutch rider, loves to warm-up on the Omnium Zero-Drive Trainer too!

 

Nothing to see here, except beard. And the beard’s sweet, sweet Pro Elite Repair Stand

 

Maghalie Rochette, Specialized/Feedback Sports athlete makes her way through the course on her way to 5th place! Not that you’d be able to see it, but underneath that mud is the UCI World Cup Leader’s Jersey after her season opening win at Jingle Cross.

 

Katerina Nash – what can you say – 41yrs old and absolutely crushing it with the win – also a sponsored Feedback Sports athlete. And no, it’s not about age…but her experience was definitely a serious contributor to the World Cup win.

 

Maghalie Rochette landed a hard-fought 5th place. Her cool-down provides the space to rest the mind from the busy week spent in the UCI Leader’s Jersey.

 

Our dedication to racing provides the feedback we look for in all of our products. How does weather influence a trainer? How do our stands hold up to a full season, or five? How do mechanics use our tools in the heat of the moment? Do our tools hold up to the demands of techs that use them everyday, sometimes several times a day.

Thanks for looking – and we’ll see you at the races!