Reynolds Wheels to Give Fly V Australia Wings in 2010

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Fly V aust De Rosa and Reynolds

Brisbane, Australia – Fly V australia has signed to ride Reynolds wheels in 2010 and 2011. Reynolds will supply their full quiver of race proven wheels to Fly V australia including the element disc
and cutting edge RZR wheel sets.

Team owner Chris White remarked, “Our relationship with Reynolds is important to our success as having a wheel supplier at the forefront of technology and continually looking for improvements will ultimately drive our success as a team too. Reynolds clearly displays the desire to advance their products. A fine example of this approach is their impressive sub 900 gram wheel sets, the RZR.”

Reynolds VP Sales and Marketing Jonathan Geran said, “Reynolds Cycling is very excited to be a part of the Fly V program, their racing depth and experience tie very nicely into our overall company philosophy. The team goals align with our marketing strategy and their visibility on multiple continents along with the success of the program will increase our racing pedigree. Everyone within Reynolds is excited to work with the team on a successful racing program and product development feedback from top professionals that push anyone’s product to extremes.”


Phil Zajicek winner of the velonews 2009 climber of the year said, “I am especially looking forward to racing the Reynolds RZR wheel sets in 2010. One of our roles is to provide feed back to the wheel designers and I certainly will relish the opportunity to provide feed back especially in respect to the RZR’s.”

Fly V australia will combine their Team De Rosa bikes with the best Reynolds has to offer, including;

  • RZR
  • Element disc
  • MV 32 T
  • MV 32 C
  • DV46 T

In our won the Australian Criterium championships. Aaron said, “There is no better initial testing ground than a tough circuit with lots of braking, acceleration and cornering to test a new wheel set that is straight out of the box. When there is a special jersey up for grabs adds to the drama a little too. I am very pleased to have won the Team’s first race of 2010 and a National Champions jersey and to do it on Reynolds was great.”

About the author: Thien Dinh

Thien Dinh gained most his cycling knowledge the old fashioned way, by immersing himself in the sport. From 2007 to early 2013, Thien served as RoadBikeReview Site Manager, riding daily while putting various cycling products through its paces. A native of California, Thien also enjoys tinkering with photography and discovering new music.


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