It has been nearly a year since we posted on this forum, so we thought it might be a good opportunity share news from the last few months and some plans for the future.
In late June, we released a new wheel to the stable: the Peak 4550. The Peak was designed to cater to racers with a focus on being lightweight, responsive, predictable, aerodynamically efficient, and stiff. The INEOS Grenadiers debuted these wheels at the 2021 Tour de France, with Richard Carapaz capturing 3rd overall.
Following on the heels of that, Rohan Dennis earned a Bronze medal at the 2020(1) Tokyo Olympics in the Individual Time Trial riding a full PCW set up…his set up mirrors that of both Cameron Wurf (*disc brake), who won Ironman Copenhagen, setting a new bike and overall course record, and of course Filippo Ganna.
Ganna stunned the crowd in Flanders at this past World Championships, negative splitting and retaining the title of World Champion by besting local favorites Evenepoel and van Aert.
Two days later, the Grenadiers flashed their all new disc-brake Dogma F bikes at the Grand Prix de Denain, a 200 kilometer cobble race. They were equipped with PCW wheels which endured the demanding course without flinching.
We have been working tirelessly to develop new technologies and solutions, working with the top cyclists in the world, and moving at an incredible, scorching pace all the while.
There are lots of bits on the horizon we are excited about, but we can’t release them just yet.
What we can say is this: around here, the saying isn’t cliché, it’s law: the only constant is change.