Our passion for cycling runs deeper than making great products!
Can a company be new and old at the same time? Here at Reynolds Cycling, the answer is most definitely, yes. Our tagline, “Experience | Performance” sums it up perfectly.
From our newly expanded headquarters in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, we build on the iconic heritage of the Reynolds brand with a mandate to innovate, challenge conventional wisdom, and redefine performance.
Passion drives us. Technology feeds us. We are solely focused on making the best, lightest, and fastest wheels available and we have a dedicated research and development team headed by carbon fiber pioneer Paul Lew. A former professional triathlete and a roadie who logs thousands of miles each year, Lew understands performance.
Reynolds Cycling started in the U.S. in the early 1990’s and revolutionized the world with the high-end Ouzo Carbon Fork. We brought the first carbon clincher wheelset to market. The designs, molds, production techniques, and processes that we developed have created an industry.
We are scientific in our processes, innovative in our designs, and uncompromising in our selection of materials. We deliver unparalleled experience and performance.
TRUE CONDITIONS. TRUE WIND™.
Nils Frommhold will return to the World Championships in Kona this year with one distinct advantage over any other rider: True Wind.
In September 2015, Frommhold became the ?rst professional triathlete to experience real-world conditions while testing in a wind tunnel, thanks to Reynolds Director of Technology and Innovation, Paul Lew’s, innovative True Wind™ testing method.
At Kona, where riders are confronted by demanding wind conditions, preparation is key to winning. Selecting the right equipment will make or break the rider’s shot at the title.
Using the results of testing in the wind tunnel with True Wind, come race day, Lew will be able to look at the conditions and select precisely the right wheels for Frommhold mere hours before the bike check-in.
With Reynolds focusing on the equipment, Frommhold will be able to focus on the race.
With True Wind, can Frommhold take Kona?