Colorado Springs, CO – Carmichael Training Systems (CTS) and CycleOps Power have once again teamed up to enhance every cyclist’s training experience, both indoors and out on the road. Revisiting a relationship from the earlier part of this decade, the two companies will work together on a renewed partnership.
With this partnership, CycleOps Trainers are now the Official Trainer of CTS and will be used exclusively at all CTS Regional Centers (Colorado Springs, CO, Asheville, NC, and Tucson, AZ) for indoor PowerTraining classes, camps and clinics.
The CycleOps PowerTap SL 2.4 Wireless will also be supplied to all participants of the CTS PowerTraining classes as well as their Power Camps (Buellton, CA, Brevard, NC, and Tucson, AZ). As part of this agreement to use the PowerTaps, CycleOps Power has gained the naming rights to have all these power camps … presented by PowerTap. As an added benefit to athletes attending these camps, representatives from CycleOps will be on hand to lend support for there products.
“It is great to be back with CycleOps,” stated Chris Carmichael. “We know they make outstanding products that our coaches love to use and recommend to their athletes. When looking for brands to align the CTS brand with, CycleOps is an easy fit.”
“CTS touches so many cyclists and triathletes. It’s great to know that its customers will have access to the best in class trainers and power measurement technology. We’re happy to be working with Chris and company again,” commented David Cathcart, CycleOps’ Director of Marketing.
Founded by Olympian, US Olympic Committee Coach of the Year, and bestselling author, Chris Carmichael in 1999, Carmichael Training Systems (CTS) inspires and empowers the athlete in EVERY BODY to perform at their best. CTS has paved the way for some of the world’s greatest athletes, including seven-time Tour de France Champion Lance Armstrong, World Champion Triathlete Craig Alexander, 2000 Olympic Time Trial Silver Medalist and World Champion Mari Holden, Montreal Canadians Captain Saku Koivu, 2001 Mountain Bike World Champion Alison Dunlap, and Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer Ed Moses.