Recent Road Cycling News
CA Dreaming: O Cyclist Chris Horner Triumphs at Amgen Tour of California, Oakley Cyclists Tally Five Strong Stage Victories
Chris Horner just scored the biggest victory of his career. Oakley’s cyclist bagged the overall victory at the Amgen Tour of California along the Golden State’s coast last week – finishing with an overall time of 23 hours 46 minutes 41 seconds. Fellow Oakley Rider Matthew Goss canned the Stage 8 victory after a sprint finish in the rolling countryside west of Los Angeles.
“Where can I get those splattered paint Oakley Radars that Fabian Cancellara was wearing in the Classics?” Answer: Unless you own a current World Champion Jersey, You’d have a pretty hard time. Because they’re not on sale to the general public. A special retro design for our World Champion bike athletes, this specially customized exclusive piece can only be found on the faces our top riders/racers as they hand out the pain and throw down against the best 2-wheel no-motor racers on the Planet. As a special reward and a show of support for our elite athletes, this is our way of displaying our spirit.
When in Rome…Oakley Cycling dominates. O’s Aussie Star Cadel Evans emerged with the victory in the ancient city’s Tirreno-Adriatico Stage race on March 15 – after grabbing the overall race lead the previous Sunday. All while fellow Oakley’s World and Olympic Time Trial Champion Cyclist Fabian Cancellara sped his way into a San Benedetto del Tronto Time Trial triumph. “First stage race of the year is done and a good start to 2011 if I say so myself,” Cadel said, rockin’ his Radar (and new Fast Jacket™ performance eyewear off the course).