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Lazer athlete Tristan Schouten writes about his experience at the 2015 Chequamegon Fat tire Festival!
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival is in the books for 2015. It was a fantastic weekend both for weather and racing. With almost 3000 people taking part good weather and sunshine makes a great weekend for everyone.
With the family in tow, we headed up and I had a good warmup and we all got a good nights sleep - if the only one, this one was key!
I had a great race and road well. It's a little tactical out there sometimes with lots of fire roads that leads to a little bit of group riding, but about 10 miles to go it usually splits up for good on the super hard firetower climb. I ended up in the 2nd group after the climb, and then kept my plan of attacking on the final climbs into the finish at Telemark resort. It worked and I was first of the 2nd group, but 3 riders had snuck away and we never caught them. It's a little disappointing being that close to the podium again, but when thinking about it, it's a solid result and I am very happy to take another close one for the "working dad" category!
Tristan Schouten rides with the Lazer Z1 helmet. Great job Tristan!
No Tubes CX team member Ally blogs about her experience at the Nittany Lion CX weekend:
With two cross races in the books, my progression has been on the up and up. In Rochester, NY I finished 13th and 7th. This past weekend in Nittany I came in with a 5th place on Saturday and 6th on Sunday. I’m excited for my upcoming races to say the least. My motivation and enthusiasm is high.
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Round three of the British Downhill Series and it was into the team trucks and off to arguably one of the technically toughest tracks of the season. The steep, rooty, demanding course at Llangollen always makes for an exciting weekend!
Lazer is proud to support the Madison Saracen Team!
What is it? Enduro-MTB.com reports:
Lazer were keeping their new secret product very close to their chest, with a unique touch box… Inside something was certainly helmet shaped and felt quite unique but we will have to wait until Eurobike before we can ‘lift the lid’. We stuck the camera in the hand hole anyway but what we captured only added to the mystery.
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Total Women's Cycling checks out the Lazer Cosmo helmet, part of the new MOi! women's helmet collection!
I thoroughly recommend the Lazer Cosmo helmet. It’s not an entry-level helmet but if you are on the market for a new helmet, to step up you cannot go wrong. Light, comfortable and good looking.
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There are plenty of things to like about the Lazer Blade. It’s a well priced, great looking helmet that actually manages to live up to the hype of being a cheap lid that looks expensive where so many before it haven’t quite succeeded. Functionally it’s comfortable (although that’s a personal thing, of course), pretty well ventilated and the Rollsys is definitely one of the best retention systems on the market.
220triathlon.com reviews the Lazer Wasp Air:
Verdict: Versatile shape, adjustable venting, good in transition and surprisingly cool, 88%