Last weekend Kyle took another impressive victory at Ironaman New Zealand 70.3 in Taupo. Kyle has been using and racing the Parcours X Classified Disc² this season, proving the continued success of our technical partnership with Classified Cycling as he built on his win at IM70.3 Ireland earlier in the year. Check out Kyle’s race report below…
Interested in finding out more about titanium bikes? We recently sat down with one of our partner brands, TERRA to learn a bit more about the Surrey based titanium bike brand, why they decided to use Parcours as a wheel partner and what founder Adam Wolley's bucket list ride would be.
As a business that focuses on carbon, we believe it is important to acknowledge our carbon footprint and make a difference where we can as it is impossible to ignore the increased awareness and the urgency needed to tackle climate change. A year ago for Black Friday,we partnered withEcologi and doubled our ‘Watts for Trees’ campaign meaning double the amount of trees planted for each wheelset purchased, moving the business closer to becoming “Climate Positive” and enhancing our environmental impact. To date, we have been able to plant over 10,000 trees as part of this campaign.
Ironman World Championships 2023 had a slightly different feel to them. Not only was it the first time in the history of the sport that Kona was an all women event, not only was it a record breaking year – Lucy Charles-Barclay breaking the course record; Anne Haug breaking the run record, and 16 women going sub 9hours.
What I have come to realise this year is that the term “gravel” really means different things to different people. The gravel roads that are available to ride vary wildly in different parts of the world. It sounds obvious really, but it means that someone from Sweden for example has a totally different idea of what a gravel race looks like to someone from France, let alone the USA or Argentina. That makes it a bit tricky for the UCI to find a gravel route fitting of a world championships that suits everyone.
Congratulations to Parcours athletes Caroline Livesey and Maddy Nutt who took on a tough technical course in Italy on Saturday finishing strongly after a hard day! We caught up with Maddy following the race to get the full lowdown on just how tough a day out it way. Check out her race reports below...
Last Tuesday, Ribble Collective and Parcours athlete Joe Laverick took on the challenge of circumnavigating London in a 9-5, attempting to beat the 7 hour mark. What followed was an incredibly brutal ride ending in a hard crash which halted the challenge but 220km of riding in tough wind conditions and many Precision Fuel and Hydration gels consumed the effort was immense.
Parcours athletes Dave Ellis and Luke Pollard have had an incredible season taking the win the the Paris Paralympic Test Event and then becoming World Champions in Pontevedra two weeks ago. We sat down with them recently to get the full lowdown on their season.
Team Parcours is a collection of triathletes, road cyclists, and gravel enthusiasts brought together to represent the Parcours brand. We want to bring together a group of individuals who support each other in the community, inspire others and always aim to be their best self on and off the bike.
Six counties, two Thames crossings and many lanes… it might sound like a description of the M25, but this loop of London is a bit different. British brands Parcours and Ribble have joined forces to support athlete Joe Laverick in completing the fastest lap of London in the ‘London Loop in a 9-5’ challenge. Taking place on the 3rd October, Joe will ride the 276km supported route which will circumnavigate London, cross the Thames twice and take in many kilometres of home counties roads with the aim to complete in under 7 hours.