Yonder Journal: British Columbia

The Chilcotins are a spectacular range of mountains in northern British Columbia. An area of natural splendor that contains a collection of physical endowments that read like the Christmas list of a 18 year old Jack London; grand sweeping glaciers, mineral infused turquoise lakes, white shocks of cascading waterfalls, deep plummeting valleys, ruddy exposed alpine meadows, and sharp angular peaks that look as if they were trying to eviscerate the sky.
Tuesday, October 6, 2015 | Details

Virginia Is For Winners

Richmond, VA, proved to be the perfect setting for what was true, “edge of your seat” spectating for the men and women’s UCI World Championship Road Race, with Britain’s Lizzie Armitstead, and Slovakia’s Peter Sagan, pulling off nail-biting victories to claim their respective titles.
Monday, September 28, 2015 | Details

Virginia Is For Winners

Congratulations to Peter Sagan and Lizzie Armitstead. They have long shown the heart of a champion and now have the jerseys to match. We couldn’t be more proud, and are grateful to play a part.
Sunday, September 27, 2015 | Details

Twice Is Nice

If you were watching the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Chicago this past weekend, you saw history being made not once, but twice. With a stunning display that netted Javier his fifth ITU World Championship title and Gwen her second, the pair showed just how dominant they are, yet again.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015 | Details

ITU World Championships

The WTS Grand Final is hosted by the city of Chicago, right amongst the vibrant urban landscape of downtown Chicago in Grant Park. A 1500m swim starts the race in Lake Michigan, followed with 9laps of spectator friendly crit-style riding before the race concludes with four run laps of 2.5km up and down Columbus Drive. It is a spectacular backdrop for the triathlon spectacle of the year.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 | Details

Road World Championships

A race's host city isn't merely a backdrop—it's the very stage where the drama unfolds. The riders are its performers. The roads and cobbled climbs are its props. The course profile, its libretto. And when all is in motion on the stage, they play off of the rich textures and culture of the city.
Friday, September 11, 2015 | Details

Vuelta a Redemption

Three seconds. The time it takes to adjust a helmet strap, buckle a shoe, or take a drink of water. Three seconds can come and go without ever setting cause for alarm, but three seconds at the Vuelta? It can seem like a lifetime.
Friday, September 11, 2015 | Details

All-New Fall Utility Clothing

When form meets function, it's a beautiful thing. However, when the temperatures start to drop at this time of year, it's also a necessity. Knowing this, we developed our all-new fall/winter line of Utility clothing to standup to the cold, all without sacrificing an ounce to either style or comfort.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 | Details

Vuelta a Redemption

On paper, Stage 11 of the Vuelta a Espana was always going to be one of the hardest days of the race. Some were even proclaiming it the hardest stage a Grand Tour has ever seen
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 | details

Mountain Bike World Championships

The UCI MTB World Championships will soon be upon us, and regardless of the outcome, we couldn't be prouder of all the riders that chose to ride Specialized this season.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 | Details