Blue Competition Cycles

The Need...

It started as a quest. A group of world class athletes looking for a frame that would allow them to perform at their best. A frame that that had it all - light weight for climbing, superior lateral stiffness and torsional rigidity for efficiency, vertical compliance for comfort and race inspired geometry for fit and handling that would be second to none. Unfortunately, bikes like that weren't readily available.

There was a need for a company that could design and build the same world class framesets that were capable of giving elite athlete a competitive advantage and offer those same, identical frames to the amateur athlete or serious enthusiast. That's how Blue Competition Cycles got its start.

The Result...

Beginning with a small team of dedicated cycling professionals, they  set out to build the best racing bikes in the world. Blue carefully chooses the right materials, combining that with engineering expertise, add to that the knowledge that comes from decades of racing experience all to produce a frameset that is designed with one purpose in mind - create bicycles that are built to win.

And have they met their goal? You be the judge. In just three short years, the athletes riding Blue have won nearly every major road race in North America. Their bikes have helped riders win NRC Championships as well as multiple national championships in numerous countries on the road, in time trials, and in the velodrome. Blue has built frames that have carried their riders to the podiums of UCI and ITU World Cup races. They've won UCI cyclocross races, Xterra Championships and a 24 hour MTB US National Championship. They have raced successfully in UCI World Championships and the Olympics. They've helped to bring home the Gold at Pam Am Games time trial and Pan Am Games road race (twice).  They have won numerous national championships in triathlon - from juniors to elites. They have won an ITU Duathlon World Championship. And there's been medals of every color - including gold - at the ITU Triathlon World Championships as well. And we’re only getting started.

So check out the 2010 Blue Competition Cycles line-up and start planning your trip to the podium today.

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peter pawlus,
Jan 27, 2010, 10:09 AM