Stradalli Cycle Race Teams Head Into Speed Week
Speed Week begins Saturday April 30 in Charlotte, North Carolina and Stradalli Cycle will be at the front of the race in full force.
Stradalli – Safetti will be present along with Stradalli – Finish...

Stradalli Cycle Race Teams Head Into Speed Week

Speed Week begins Saturday April 30 in Charlotte, North Carolina and Stradalli Cycle will be at the front of the race in full force.

Stradalli – Safetti will be present along with Stradalli – Finish Strong Elite Cycling Team, Texas Roadhouse Elite Cycling Team, Stradalli – Papa Johns Women’s Elite Team and Stradalli – Wizard Development Cycling Team. Stradalli Cycles will be heavily represented in the men’s professional category race and in the women’s professional category race Saturday evening.

The Charlotte Criterium, which is widely known as one of the toughest races in the United States, kicks off a week-long series of races held throughout the Southeast. Speed Week will see hundreds of professional riders race in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.

The Stradalli – Papa John’s Women’s Elite Team began their USA Criterium campaign at the Sunshine Grand Prix and took several podium spots over the week of racing.

Stradalli – Wizard Development Team also had a successful beginning in top level racing with Justin Pfaff taking a top 10 placing in the first USA Criterium Series race of the year in Tampa.

Stradalli – Safetti took multiple podium finishes during Speed Week in 2015 and will be looking to repeat the same success in 2016. Stradalli – Finish Strong currently has two riders in the top 10 of the overall standings in the Tufmed 2016 USA Criterium series after the first round of USA Criterium racing and will bring a full team to continue their success in 2016.

Riders from Stradalli teams will be using a variety of frames for the event. Stradalli – Finish Strong and Texas Roadhouse are using the AR7 for 2016 due to its high performance in high speed criterium racing. The Stradalli – Papa Johns and Stradalli – Wizard teams will be using the light weight R7, the most popular frame ever released from Stradalli.