Stellar week for Keywin - Aaron Gate and Bevan Docherty
Posted on Thu., Mar. 7, 2013
What a week for Keywin and kiwi athletes!
It's not often a small company deep in the South Pacific gets a week like this:-
First it was Aaron Gate winning the UCI World Track Omnium Championship at his first attempt.
Second it was Bevan Docherty winning the NZ Ironman Championship – also at his first attempt.
But it didn't stop there. Bevan was ably backed up by Cameron Brown finishing third in the Ironman and Gina Crawford securing second in the woman's category.
Where did Keywin come in? – all were riding the Keywin Carbon pedal.
Interestingly the scope of the events is massive – from ultra-short maximum efforts, through multi-lap high speed, then super tactical racing with huge spurts of flat out riding, through to long sustained energy sapping riding where keeping the maximum in reserve for the run is paramount.
Keywin pedal technology is aimed to maximize riders' performance, comfort and energy conservation so that successes like these are made just that little bit more achievable.
Keywin – race proven. Believe it!