Team launches into 2021
with bold kit refresh
Rally Cycling has a new look for 2021 thanks to Pactimo. As part of the multi-year collaboration, Pactimo will outfit the team with its full range of technical apparel while also “co-developing” future products for thousands of teams and customers spread across North America, the United Kingdom, and Europe.
Based in Colorado, Pactimo designs, develops, and produces all of its own products. Located a stone’s throw from their headquarters is Rally Cycling’s American service course along with a number of Colorado-based riders and staff.
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“The team gives us a great opportunity to continue pushing our performance boundaries through real-time feedback from a team competing in extremely rigorous racing conditions,” said Frank Kim, CEO of Pactimo. “We are also extremely impressed by Rally Cycling’s aggressive expansion into the European racing scene with both their men’s and women’s squads and we look forward to taking the next step with them.”
Managing director Charles Aaron met with Kim in Denver, Colorado towards the end of the 2019 season and the pair instantly hit it off.
“When I met with Frank and everyone at Pactimo I had a good feeling,” said Aaron. “Our conversations quickly went from business to personal, and how best to support the greater cycling community and encourage people to get healthy. They are a best-in-class organization that produces some of the foremost cycling clothing on the planet and they share our vision for the future.”
“Cycling leads to personal adventure, improved well-being, and closer communities,” Kim added. “The Rally Cycling program has a similar vision – not only to race at the highest level, but also to be accessible and to promote people’s overall health.”
Rally Cycling is America's top ranked professional continental men's and women's program, and one of the few all-North American professional cycling teams in the world. A UCI Professional Continental team, Rally Cycling is based in the United States and has been directed by Jonas Carney since its inception. Notable riders who have previously ridden for the team include Ben King, Chad Haga, Carter Jones, Phil Gaimon, Michael Woods, David Veilleux, Matthew Busche, Ryan Anderson, Mike Creed and Mike Friedman.
For more information visit rallycycling.com