A few days ahead of the first EWS round in New Zealand, we’re here with some news and updates from Team Life Cycle.

As always, Manuel Ducci and Valentina Macheda, our elite category athletes, will be sharing their exciting adventures around the world, telling us about their travels and experiences from the most prestigious races.

 

The team will participate in all stages of the EWS, the Italian Cup circuit, in addition to a few of the European Enduro Series and the French series, as well as events such as Eurobike and Roc d ‘Azur.

 

The staff is represented by Manuel Ducci who has always served as Team Manager, Andy Nelson who will handle the communications, Enrico Martello following our athletes in sports training and Valentina Macheda will be in charge of logistics. The photographer following Manu and Vale in the EWS will be Jeremie Reuiller, while photo shoots and video will be produced with various photographers and videographers through the season.

For the fourth consecutive year, Life Cycle will be riding the Californian brand Ibis, on the new Mojo HD3 that in addition to the frame will also feature the new Ibis 741 carbon wheelset, and continuing to work with KS USA for dropper seatposts, representing a continuation of a hugely successful partnership that will continue developing products that are on the market today.

 

XS Power Drink will give an extra boost to our riders, and as one of our lead sponsors, we will see the team in helmets branded with the logos of the American energy drink company.

 

Alpinestars will provide the team with clothing and protection. Manu and Vale said: “We are very proud to continue our partnership with a prestigious company like Alpinestars, which as well as providing support to top athletes, gives us the opportunity to develop and modify the materials according to our needs, so bringing out the best product for Enduro.”

 

The guys are always traveling the world and even for this year will be supported by the German brand Evoc, who with their innovative and functional products, give solid support for the team’s travel needs – everything from bike bags to backpacks, Evoc is always with them.

Some big news from two new brands who have become part of the Life Cycle family – Fox now partner for suspension, a brand that needs no introduction, and will equip the bikes with forks and shock absorbers, the highly regarded 36 Float and Float X CTD.

Michelin now partner for tires -  just like Fox, Michelin is one of those brands who are ever present in the market, a leading manufacturer of tires and able to bring their products to the highest level.

 

As in previous seasons, the team will be supported by SRAM for transmission and brakes, the American brand who are always present on the race circuit will provide important technical support for the team.

 

Ride 100 Percent provide goggles, and Kabuto the lightest carbon fibre helmets, and Five Ten provide all mountain, Enduro and casual shoes.

 

The team bikes for the 2015 season will be assembled and maintained in top condition thanks to Unior Tool and Muc Off.

 

Since its first steps or pedal strokes, Life Cycle was supported by partners outside the industry as EDR Fittings, manufacturer of precision casting and machining and the Villaggio dei Fiori, a major facility in the heart of Sanremo that is always bike friendly.

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