Aerodynamic technology was first employed in major competition on the track in the 1984 Olympics and aerodynamic improvements on the road had a significant effect in the final stage outcome of the 1989 Tour de France – LeMond vs Fignon.
Today, aerodynamics have proven to play a significant role in saving watts and ultimately making you faster on the bike. In fact, one would be hard pressed to find a cyclist on the road that is not utilizing a piece of equipment designed for aerodynamic efficiency.
The design, development and manufacturing of products now start with aerodynamics in mind. The same holds true at StageOne. We work with our technology partners and fabric suppliers to constantly push the envelope on aerodynamic efficiency and to validate these developments in the wind-tunnel.
We go to these lengths for one reason, putting you on the podium.