The weekend of April 11-13th was stacked with events in which TLD athletes were competing. From the Long Beach Grand Prix to the Sea Otter Classic, Seattle Supercross and the DH MTB World Cup, Troy Lee Designs was well represented in all disciplines.
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What have you been up to lately? How has the off-season been treating you?
Off season has been good, just hanging with the Benedict household, putting in motos every weekend, keeping up on my fitness and getting the bikes all dialed so we go into this season prepared and ready to go. Ya know, the usual stuff.
enough to merit international travel to the sport’s most important events. Cullinan’s turn to mountain biking came in 1990, when Craig “Stikman” Glaspell, who raced cross country and worked at the Bicycle Center in Redondo Beach, California, suggested that he give it a try.
SRAM, in partnership with Troy Lee Designs, announced today the formation of its own mountain-bike team for the 2014 season. The Chicago-based bicycle component manufacturer has had a longstanding tradition of supporting racing, from grass-roots contests through the World Cup level, and currently provides product sponsorship and technical assistance to 27 teams and 100 professional athletes around the globe. Now, the company will also fly its own colors in local, national and World Cup competition.
Hi Bryan, you are riding this year for Troy Lee Designs Bike France, could you please introduce yourself?
My name is Bryan Regnier, I am 26 years old and I'm a professional rider for YT Industries competing in the 2014 Enduro World Series. I was motocross rider before, and I started my MTB career 3 years ago with Cedric Gracia in The Brigade.