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Thursday, July 3, 2014
From June 19 through June 29, Astellas Cycling Team had a team of six riders racing their Litespeed bikes in the 11 stages of the Tour of America's Dairyland (TOAD). This was an exciting tour to follow, as Astellas rider Justin Williams was able to score to stage wins, and there were many top-10 finishes for all of the Astellas riders. By the end of the TOAD, Brandon Feehery was sitting in 3rd overall and Justin Williams in 8th. Not a bad showing!
Stage 1: Shorewood Criterium Cycling Classic
The first stage of TOAD, Justin Williams took 5th in the field.
Stage 2: East Troy Cycling Classic
On the second stage of TOAD, Brandon Feehery took 4th and Stephen Hyde took 6th in the field.
Stage 3: Giro d'Grafton
Brandon Feehery took 7th in the field and Max Korus took 12th in the third stage.
Stage 4: Waukesha Carl Zach Cycling Classic
Brandon Feehery was able to hit 7th in the field two days in row, this time in the fifth stage.
Stage 5: Beloit Bike Classic
The fifth stage was Justin Williams first win of TOAD, complemented by Brandon Feehery's 8th place finish.
Stage 6: Schlitz Park Criterium
The sixth stage of TOAD saw Brandon Feehery in 12th and Hogan Sills in 25th in the field.
Stage 7: Elkhart Road Race at Road America
Clay Murfet managed to place 24th in the field on the 7th stage of TOAD.
Stage 8: Oshkosh Criterium de Titan
There was no stopping Justin Williams as he sprinted to yet another stage victory.
Stage 9: Fond Du Lac Commonwealth Classic
Justin Williams kept his momentum, taking 2nd on this next stage, with Brandon Feehery right behind in 3rd.
Stage 10: ISCorp Downer Classic
After the past two days, could Astellas keep their streak alive? Simply put, yes! Brandon Feehery took 5th in the field, while Justin Williams (who placed 18th for the day) was able to take home a $5500 field prime. Clay Murfet took 24th in the field.
Stage 11: East Tosa Gran Prix
On the final day of TOAD, Brandon Feehery was able to go top-10 one more time, placing 8th in the field. Hogan Sills also took 13th in the field.
Thursday, June 5, 2014
We've been waiting a long time to finally make this happen, and here it is! Our top-of-the-line titanium road frame, the T1, now fully Di2 compatible! To celebrate, we built this baby up with full Dura-Ace Di2 components and Reynolds 58 Aero carbon clinchers. Light and stiff frame, crisp and clean shifting, along with nimble and aero wheels make this bike a true work of art.
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Every once in a while, we get the itch to make something new and different, like this Ti Single-Speed cruiser. Just something a little out of the ordinary.
Clean lines, muted tones, nothing extra or unnecessary.
A special head tube badge for a special bike.
Welds don't get much better than that.
Tri Be La.
Proudly made in the USA.
FSA Vero track crankset.
Horizontal dropouts to adjust chain tension, but still with the option to run a rear derailleur.
Yes, it's made of Ti.
The little details are what brings the bike together.
It may not be a Brooks leather saddle, but it matches.