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Rally Tip #14 featuring Kevin Hart and Rally Cycling’s Tom Soladay

Comedian Kevin Hart and Rally's Tom Soladay offer some tips on getting active!


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Rally Cycling Team Sweeps Team Time Trial National Championships in Lazer!

The Lazer supported Rally Cycling Team swept the USPRO Team Time Trial championship in Greenville, South Carolina, with dominating rides by both the men and women’s teams.

Read the race report online here!

Rally Cycling went into the San Diego Wind Tunnel earlier in the month to test out the Lazer Wasp helmet with Lazer Inclination Sensor. The Lazer Inclination Sensor is a body posture monitor that allows you to track your aerodynamic cycling posture in real time. The monitor tracks your head and helmet position and provides you with tactile or acoustic feedback when you are out of your optimal aerodynamic position.

Rally Cycling's two National Championships prove the Inclination Sensor can be a valuable tool to help improve aerodynamic performance!

Lazer Wasp with Inclination Sensor: Proven Technology - Proven Fast!

See more details about the Lazer Inclination Sensor on our website here!

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Tim Wellens at Amstel Gold Race

We decided before the race that we wanted to ride aggressively. Pim Ligthart and Tosh Van der Sande did a great job, Tosh eventually was in an escape. After that he did some useful work for myself and the other riders in the group of favourites. I knew I had to wait long enough to attack because there was a strong headwind in the finale. Nevertheless I decided to attack on the Bemelenberg but due to the strong wind and the fact I was alone, it was almost impossible to remain ahead. It was a pity that other riders from other teams didn’t join me. If we managed to get away with a few riders, perhaps we could obtain a nice gap.

At the beginning of the Cauberg I was twelve seconds ahead but I needed about 30 seconds to remain in front. When the peloton accelerates you know it will be difficult. Eventually I was able to stay in the first chasing group, in that way I obtained a top ten place. In general I’m happy about my race today, I had a really good feeling. I tried to win the race by taking initiative but unfortunately that didn’t work out. I feel better compared to last year though, then I was unable to follow the better riders on the Cauberg. The way I raced today and the good feeling in my legs are two very positive things with the coming races in mind.

Read the full Amstel Gold Race Report online here.

Lazer is proud to support the Lotto Soudal Professional Cycling Team!

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Emma Johansson wins Emakumeen Bira stage one in breakaway sprint!

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Emma Johansson has taken her first victory of 2016 with a stunning breakaway win in the first stage of the Emakumeen Bira stage race, in Eskoriatza, in Spain’s Basque Country. The Swedish Champion broke away late in the 76km stage with Carmen Small (Cervélo-Bigla) and was easily able to outsprint the American at the finish. To crown a fantastic day for the black and orange team, Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s two-time former road World Champion Giorgia Bronzini won the sprint for third place, 14 seconds behind her victorious teammate.

Read the full race report online here.

Lazer is proud to support the Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling Team!

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Lotto Soudal: The Lazer glasses of the team

Lazer is the official Eyewear supplier for the Lotto Soudal Professional Team!

Read this post on the team website with a full run down of all the Lazer Eyewear that the team is using in 2016!

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Giorgia Bronzini wins the GP Dottignies for the third time

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Giorgia Bronzini has taken her first win of 2016 with an emphatic sprint victory in the GP Dottignies, just inside the French-speaking Walloon region of Belgium. The former two-time road World Champion crossed the line well clear of her nearest rival, fellow Italian former World Champion Marta Bastianelli (Alé-Cipollini), after having been expertly led out by teammate Chloe Hosking.

Read the full race report online here.

Lazer is proud to support the Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling Team!

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Lotto Soudal Ladies Photos!


Check out the online gallery of images from the Lazer supported Lotto Soudal Ladies Professional Team!

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Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling Photo Album

Photo's from the 2016 of the Lazer Helmets sponsored team > Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling.

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A Helmet Capable of Saving Lives

From Adam Mills of the Lazer supported Elevate Pro Cycling Team:

"I'm sure you saw the news on the internet but the entire team was hit by a van last week at training camp. In the process we had lots of injuries (major and minor), which would have all been compounded had we not been wearing your helmets and sunglasses (eye protection was definitely a factor in the injury outcome). Our mechanic and I have looked over all the equipment and it looks like every single helmet is either cracked or had a significant slide along the pavement or the side of a van enough for paint transfer. I can't begin to thank you for your support and Lazer for making a quality helmet capable of saving lives."

See the TV news story at the link below. We are very glad to hear that our helmets and eyewear played a role in preventing things from turning out much worse!

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Hargroves Cycles Race Team Update: The Zolder World’s


Last weekend, Ian Field and Nick Barnes made the trip to Heusden-Zolder, Belgium for the UCI Cyclo-cross World championships. It was one of the most exciting and eventful races of season. Ian was planning for a super-fast race but with unprecedented amounts of rain through the weekend conditions were actually a lot tougher and slower than anyone had predicted. The sandy soil handled the rain well and despite the rain the course was still in great condition come race day.

We caught up with Ian after race who had this to say…

"I made one of my best starts of the season and was sitting in 18th after one lap of racing. I felt super strong on the steep climbs and descents but after the first lap quickly realised the aerobic fitness simply wasn't there to hold on to that top 20 position. After a long season of racing almost every weekend my legs were running out of gas. I dug in and rode a smooth mistake free race which was important as others around me made mistakes left, right and centre..."

"...I finished the race with nothing left and in 28th position 4mins and 4secs off the flying Wout van aert. This sort of time gap placed me 21st just twelve months ago in Tabor. This just highlights the ever growing strength in depth and the fierce competition at Elite level cross in Europe."


Ian’s now taking a break from training and racing but is already planning ahead for next season.

“Having defended my trophy series with 5 out of 5 race wins, 27th overall in the World Cup series a top 30 at World Champs and a top 15 at the Koppenberg Cross this season has been a super consistent one."


Ian Field, 28th, Elite Men
Nicholas Barnes, 38th, Under 23

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