WHO WE SUPPORT
Here at Saris, we believe in using our resources to support teams and organizations that share our vision. From professional cyclists to the upcoming generation of mountain bikers to cycling advocates, these individuals, teams and organizations are making an impact in their communities. We are excited to be sponsoring the following teams and advocacy organizations this calendar year.
Around here, we refer to our advocacy efforts as our “work away from work”. The more time we spend riding bikes, the more convinced we become that bicycles are a means to cultivating healthier, more vibrant communities. That’s why we commit substantial resources toward advocacy, working closely with others to create safe spaces for people to ride locally, regionally and nationally.
In addition to supporting grassroots advocacy organizations and events throughout the year, here are the national organizations we’re partnering with this year.
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Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals
We will be supporting the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals and their mission of supporting and bringing together officials in charge of pedestrian and bicycle planning. Want to learn more? Follow APBP on Facebook.
League of American Cyclists Active Transportation Institute
We’re delighted to work with the newly rebranded League of American Cyclists and support bike advocacy groups across the country. We will host networking events at industry conferences to support their work. Learn more about this great organization over on Facebook.
People for Bikes
A new year, another trip around the sun supporting People for Bikes as an industry member as they work towards their goal of making every bike ride safer, easier to access and more fun. See their vision in action over on Facebook, Instagram and peopleforbikes.org.
Vision Zero Network
We’re excited to partner with Vision Zero Network to bring together cities and other key stakeholders who work together to achieve the goal of zero traffic deaths. We’ll be supporting and amplifying their message as they work on using safety to improve infrastructure. Stay up to date with them on Facebook.
One of our mottos is, “At the heart of every cyclist is a better cyclist. Not just defined by speed, but by progress, measurable improvement, the setting of goals and reaching them, and by having fun along the way.” In other words, we know that the athletes that need support aren’t always the ones on the covers of magazines. That’s why we back all levels of athletes, from high school mountain bikers to pro-level riders taking on Le Tour. Here’s who we’re throwing our support behind this year.
Trek-Segafredo Men's and Women's Teams
We're proud to be sponsoring the Trek-Segafredo men’s and women’s UCI pro-teams this calendar year with our Saris bike trainers. This season marks the fifth year of support for the men’s team and builds on their women's team incredible debut season. You can see Trek-Segafredo team members warming up and cooling down on H3 direct drive smart trainers, decked out with an XDR driver, Fluid2 bike trainers and the MP1 Nfinity platform.
Stay in the know by following Trek-Segafredo on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Learn more at racing.trekbikes.com
Team Saris + The Pro's Closet
Team Saris + The Pro's Closet is an elite team on the Zwift platform, specializing in eRracing as a dedicated discipline of cycling. The team is comprised of professionals, entrepreneurs, former professional athletes, and dads hailing from California, to the UK, to Australia. The team has worked to become one of the most dominant teams in Zwift's Pro-Am Invitational racing circuit, and is one of the top-ranked teams in the world.
Check out the Team Saris + The Pro's Closet website and social media channels for news, race streaming and rider profiles.
Project Echelon educates and empowers veterans through cycling as a form of therapy. Through their work, Project Echelon is telling veterans’ stories and giving them a voice to share their stories and recovery. Their riders are based throughout the Midwest, training on Saris smart trainers, and racing across the country.
Follow Project Echelon on Facebook, Instagram and at projectechelon.org.
Gateway Devo Cycling Team
This up and coming group of riders based out of Missouri is going to be doing big things in 2020 The Gateway Dev Cycling Team is fostering a culture for their riders that will help their cyclists succeed on and off the bike.
Stay up to date with Gateway Devo by checking out their website and following them on Facebook and Instagram.
National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA)
We are super excited to support eight National Interscholastic Cycling Association leagues across the country.
From Wisconsin to Utah; New York to Oregon; Arizona, Colorado and both Northern and Southern California, the next generation of mountain bikers is coming.
After a ten-year career in the World Tour ranks of professional road racing, Ted thought he was hanging up his wheels and setting off towards the horizon of retirement in 2015. But his fondness for the sport of cycling was too strong and it’s like he never left! Ted is a brand ambassador, gravel cyclist, racer, advocate, and consultant on all things two-wheels.
Check out Ted's Talk, a five-part series spearheaded by the king of gravel himself.
Get social with Ted @iamtedking or head over to his website
Hillary Allen is an endurance athlete specializing in Ultra marathon distance trail running. She prefers steep and technical terrain earning her the nickname the "Hillygoat." Based in Colorado where she grew up, Hillary also is a coach, writer and teacher. She's earned course records and wins all over the world racing 50km all the way up to 145km, and although running is her specialty, Hillary has also picked up gravel bike racing.
Follow Hillary’s adventures @hillygoat_climbs.
Remy Metailler is originally from France, but has been living in Canada near Vancouver, BC, since 2013. He first came for the love of skiing and biking, and Squamish is now home. Remy is a professional Mountain Biker, specializing in downhill and freeride but also trail riding. Invited to Red Bull Rampage in 2015, 16, 17 and 2018, he also focuses on producing numerous short web edits. Nowadays you can find him in the forest, riding his trail bike or hitting big jumps and sharing his riding experience with his Trail Preview series on YouTube.
Follow Remy on social media @remymetailler and YouTube.