For several seasons, the Rally UHC Cycling pro continental team has been the dominant force in the North American peloton, while also taking some incredible results abroad. This year, as in years past, the squad converged near the Santa Monica Mountains in Southern California to kick off a new racing season. For pro riders, early season training camps provide the opportunity to meet up with old teammates after a much deserved winter break, bond with new team members, perform some early season base mile rides, and, perhaps most exciting of all, test ride their new bikes and gear. For 2019, Rally UHC Cycling has joined forces with Felt, and both men's and women's contingents of the powerhouse North American squad will ride the FR Disc road bike in road events and the DA time trial bike in races against the clock. Here's a look behind the scenes at the men's early season training camp rides as the riders prepare to take on the best teams in the world throughout the upcoming season.
Both the men's and women's contingents of the Rally UHC Cycling squad will ride the Felt FR Disc in road events throughout 2019.
Early season training camps provide pro riders with the chance to test out new equipment, bond with teammates, and get in plenty of base miles for the long season ahead.
In addition to new Felt bikes, Rally UHC Cycling team riders are using TIME pedals this season.
Garmin has joined up with Rally UHC Cycling to serve as the team's supplier of cycling computers.
Svein Tuft is a new addition to Rally UHC Cycling for 2019, but is one of the most experienced and accomplished veterans in the pro peloton. The tough-as-nails Canadian will bring plenty of leadership to the squad this season.
Former Tour of Alberta overall champion Robin Carpenter models some new gear from Rally UHC Cycling equipment suppliers Roka sunglasses and Bell helmets.
Adam de Vos took some time to stretch his legs and break in his new Felt FR Disc with some sprints during the Rally UHC Cycling early season training camp.
The Rally UHC Cycling squad's FR Disc bikes are outfitted with SRAM Red eTap wireless electronic drivetrains.
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