Castillo and Frayre heading to Pan American Championships

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

The KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo Cycling Team is excited to announce the riders Ulises Castillo and Eder Frayer are both heading to the Pan American Championships! The athletes have been selected to represent Mexico on the Mexican National Team at the event which will take place in Venezuela May 18-22, 2016. Eder and Ulises will be racing the road race, which as Ulises explained “It is much like the Sunset course in Redlands, but much harder.”

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Congratulations gentleman! We are excited to follow your progress through out the event! Click this LINK to read an article about the 2016 Mexican National team riders going to the event.

Thank you to our sponsors: KHS Bicycles, Maxxis Tires, JLVelo, Serfas, Shimano, Velo Saddles, Praxis Works, Xpedo Pedals, Kali Protectives, Infinit Nutrition, Bicycle Blue Book, WD-40 BIKE, Chamois Butt’r, Cycling Illustrated, Rennie & Associates, 4iiii, Big Wheel Coaching, Ultra Cycle, and Q2.

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Castillo and Frayer heading to Pan American Championships

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

The KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo Cycling Team is excited to announce the riders Ulises Castillo and Eder Frayer are both heading to the Pan American Championships! The athletes have been selected to represent Mexico on the Mexican National Team at the event which will take place in Venezuela May 18-22, 2016. Eder and Ulises will be racing the road race, which as Ulises explained “It is much like the Sunset course in Redlands, but much harder.”

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Congratulations gentleman! We are excited to follow your progress through out the event! Click this LINK to read an article about the 2016 Mexican National team riders going to the event.

Thank you to our sponsors: KHS Bicycles, Maxxis Tires, JLVelo, Serfas, Shimano, Velo Saddles, Praxis Works, Xpedo Pedals, Kali Protectives, Infinit Nutrition, Bicycle Blue Book, WD-40 BIKE, Chamois Butt’r, Cycling Illustrated, Rennie & Associates, 4iiii, Big Wheel Coaching, Ultra Cycle, and Q2.

Follow the team on social media –

Facebook: KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo

Twitter: @iPA_Sports

Instagram: @ipasports

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Double Wins by Castillo and Von Nacher: Temecula Grand Prix & LA Circuit Race

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The KHS-Maxxis JLVelo Cycling Team has continued its winning streak, with victories both at the LA Circuit Race, and the Temecula Grand Prix. Following the teams success at Sea Otter, the riders headed to Los Angeles to race the LA Circuit Race. With a packed field, Ulises Castillo, Eder Frayer and Fabrizio Von Nacher took control of the race and finished in style. They were able to hold off the charging field to place 1-2, with Fabrizio taking the win and Ulises finishing 2nd.

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Fast forward to this past weekend, and the team lined up once again in pursuit of the win. The Temecula Grand Prix is a new addition to the race calendar and it did not disappoint. With high wind and temperatures cresting the 80s, the team had their work cut out for them. Toeing the line for the day would be Duban Sanchez, Eder Frayer, Ulises Castillo, Fabrizio Von Nacher and Efren Flores. With the numbers to the teams advantage, the riders had the ability to ride hard from the gun. Read more

Sea Otter Classic 2016: 2 Wins & Great Sponsor Visits

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The KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo team had a quick turn around from a very successful Redlands Bicycle Classic, to head to Monterey for the 2016 Sea Otter Classic. Riders Cory Lockwood, Eder Frayer, Fabrizio Von Nacher and Ulises Castillo began their campaign at the event with the early morning criterium, held on the Laguna Seca Raceway. With 60 minutes to race, the team knew that the key was to enter the last 4 quick turns in the lead in order to solidify the win. Read more

The Momentum Continues with Podiums at Redlands Bicycle Classic

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The 2016 Redlands Bicycle Classic fostered the teams best results to date, with Ulises Castillo storming to victory in the stage 4 downtown criterium, and sealing the weekend off with a spectacular ride on Sunday for 2nd place on the iconic Sunset Stage. The excitement was infectious as Ulises and the team have grown deep roots in the Redlands community. The team hosts families, local junior athletes, and supporters of the team banged on the boards as he raced to victory and swarmed the podium as he celebrated his biggest career win.

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Chuck Pontius Omnium: Castillo Wins Road Race & Overall – By Cory Lockwood

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The Chuck Pontius Omnium is a very challenging race weekend. The event was comprised of two days of racing and some of the toughest competition in SoCal. The courses are not to be taken lightly, with the first day being one of the toughest road races on the calendar. Weighing at 85 miles and 8,000 feet of vertical ascent, the Castaic Lake Road Race is a tough one. To add extra toppings of difficulty, the course is known for its harsh winds and high heat conditions, making for a very brutal day in the saddle.

Day two is the Chuck Pontius Memorial Criterium, which may look easy on paper because it is only 60 minutes compared to the monstrous road race the day before. But make no mistake, it is equally as challenging. The course is a simple sweeping 4 corner design, where the challenge lies in the high pace and tough competition. Being that the race is an omnium and scored by points, not time, means that there are no time cuts and riders are free to race one or both stages as they feel it suits them.

Day One: Castaic Lake Road Race. The race was promised to be a tough one with the temperature already at 70 degrees at 9:30am. The pace was going to be high as well, with members of the SoCal Cycling Team, Cyclance Cycling, and our KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo squad and more, staged at the line. After our brief team meeting, we rolled out at 9:30am sharp for 3 laps on the challenging course.

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There was no warm up in the race, it was just straight down to business. The first lap saw huge attrition in numbers with the pace on the course being very hard, forcing wattage numbers and efforts to be driven sky high. After constant attacks and counter attacks, a two man break was able to roll up the road. As the break became established, the pace settled for a brief time before another volley of attacks and attempted moves began, which ultimately separated the field even more. Read more