Embracing the Process: Joy McCulloch 2nd at Time Trial Championship

Photo Credit: Danny MunsonPhoto Credit: Danny Munson

Joy McCulloch of the KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo cycling team has landed on the podium the 4th year in a row at the CA/NV Time Trial Championship. She checked in with us after a smoking fast 2nd place finish at the 40K time trial on her preparation, focus, and execution for the event. Continue reading “Embracing the Process: Joy McCulloch 2nd at Time Trial Championship”

Peru XC Race

Peru KHS/Kali XC Team

This past weekend, the KHS/Kali XC Development Team won 2 gold medals, 2 silver, and 1 bronze. Keep it up!


SixFifty 6700

SixFifty 6700

Frame MSD Full Carbon, 650B, 150mm, 1.5 Taper, 12 x 142 Rear Axle, w/Replaceable Derailleur Hanger
Rear Shock FOX Factory Float DPS W/EVOL, Air, CTD 3-pos Lever, Rebound Adj, w/Kashima coating
Fork Fox Factory 34 Float 27.5”, FIT4 CTD 3-Pos. Lever W/Adj, w/Kashima, 150mm, Air, External Rebound, CTD Low Speed Compression, 1.5 Taper, 15mm Thru Axle
Headset FSA Orbit 1.5E, Zero Stack, 1 1/8”~1.5
Rims DT M1700 Spline Wheel Set, 650B Disc, Straight Pull w/ 15mm Thru-Axle Ft, 12 x 142mm Rear, Tubeless Ready
Hubs (F/R) DT M1700 Spline Wheel set. 15mm, 12x142mm rear
Tires Maxxis High Roller II, 27.5 X 2.3, 60 TPI Folding, 3C/EXO/TR, Tubeless Ready
Spokes DT M1700 Spline Wheelset
Derailleur, Front N/A
Derailleur, Rear Sram XO1, 11s X-Horizon, Type 2
Shifters Sram XO 11s Trigger, Right Only
Chain Sram PC-1130
Crankset Sram X1 1400 X-Sync, Hollow Forged, PF92, 30T, S: 170, M-XL: 175
Cassette Sram XG-1150, 10-42T, 11-speed
Pedals N/A
Seatpost Kind Shock LEV DX Integra w/Remote, 31.6x362mm, 125mm travel
Saddle WTB High Tail, CrMo Rail
Handlebar Q2 Carbon, 740mm
Stem Kore Repute, 31.8, S: 35mm, M-XL: 50mm
Grips Q2 Lock-on
Brake Levers Sram Guide RSC, Match Maker X
Brakes Sram Guide RSC Hydraulic Disc, 4 Piston, Tool Free Reach & Pad Contact Adjustable, 180/160mm Rotors
Color Black/Neon Yellow
Frame Size S, M, L, XL

Rosena Ranch Circuit Race: Words by Cory Lockwood

Adjusted Rosena

Saturday’s Rosena Ranch Circuit Race turned out to be quite a good event. The race allowed our KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo riders and support crew to do what they do best: race a great heads-up, strategic race.

The race course looks fairly simple on paper, but can be quite challenging due to the tight turnaround a couple of short rolling hills and lots of crosswind. To race this race effectively, a rider and his or her team have to be well organized with a solid starting strategy, and be ready to change it all on the fly.

The first lap started off at a steady pace but after just a moment or so the attacks started. The race covered 25 laps on the short 2 mile course in would take about 2 hours to complete at race-pace. This doesn’t sound like a long time, but the race usually comes down to just a few riders at the end because of the intensity and aggression of the attacks the riders would launch.

After several attacks went and were recollected on the opening laps, a breakaway was established which quickly gained 30 seconds on the field. The group had 4 riders, one of them being a KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo rider of Duban Sanchez. This situation was decent being 1 in 4 chance of winning out of the breakaway. It was also a good position because we had three of us remaining in the field, ready for the reshuffle and opportunity to go up the road in another move.

Photo Credit: Danny MunsonPhoto Credit: Danny Munson

With David Santos, Shawn Daurelio and myself being patient in the field, we were able to sit-on and not do work, forcing the other riders to the front if they want to stay in contention for the finish of the race. This put Duban in a good situation not having to work hard in the break. It also allows us in the pack to relax, while our competitors have to work hard if they want to stay in race contention by reeling this breakaway back.

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TheProjectSpeed – One woman. One bicycle. One amazing goal.


One Woman. One bicycle. One amazing goal.
To be the world’s fastest female on a bicycle. Ever.
On September 16, 2016, Denise Mueller will attempt to break the record set by her coach, John Howard’s record, at 153 mph!

Cinco de Mayo weekend Denise won the Barrio Logan Grand Prix on her KHS. Denise has been training for her record attempt by racing and riding as much as possible. She is on track for her September record attempt.

The Range Rover SVR is now pace car is finished. Note the fairing in the picture. The KHS bike is half finished and the all important fairing is also nearing completion.

To follow Denise and possible financially contribute to her record attempt, please click on the links below.

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FOX Epic 8-Hour Winners

Team KHS Alex James, Dan Souter, Stu Alp and Steve Good win the FOX Epic 8 hour relay race on May 8th at Mansfield outdoor center.

Team KHS recorded the most laps in the fastest time of any of the over 300 teams in the event.

A great showing for the boys in the first of the 3 race series.