Handsling Riders Dominate US Track Nationals

Handsling riders stormed to an epic medal haul at the 2022 USA Cycling National Track Championships.

The Colorado-based CWD Cycling team won an astonishing 16 medals at Elite and U23 level riding the Handsling TR3evo track bike.

Two of the riders were crowned US National Champions in various track disciplines. Ian Anderson took the win in the Individual Pursuit, while Lance Abshire won Gold in the U23 Omnium and Points races. There were podiums galore for Spencer Seggarbruch, Tristan Manderfeld, and Dan Breuer.

The results represent a huge breakthrough for newly-formed CWD Cycling, which is led by multiple US National Champion Jon Croom. Handsling has been the team's bike sponsor from inception across road, gravel and track.

Simon Whiten, Director of Handsling, said: "It's an incredible set of results and I'm delighted for every member of the team. Handsling is very proud to sponsor CWD Cycling and to have such talented riders on our bikes. The future is looking bright for CWD Cycling and for Handsling's presence in the US." 

Jon Croom, team leader of CWD Cycling, said: "These results mean the world. We podiumed in every event we started and have done more this season than we ever thought we could. This is just one step closer to the big goals!"

The TR3evo is one of the only bikes to go under 4:30 outdoors on the TTown track. Ian Anderson added his aero bars to the frame to ride the second fastest time ever recorded in TTOWN - 4:29 outdoors at 22-years-old. 
As the official bike sponsor of CWD Track, Handsling supplies the riders with the A1R0evo road bike, the CEXevo gravel bike and the TR3evo track bike. John added: "Honestly I am just so thankful to Handsling for believing in the project. We are so lucky to have these guys in our corner."
The UCI-approved TR3evo was designed by Handsling to be stable, aerodynamic and super stiff. Handsling owns the moulds used in the manufacturing process, enabling control over all aspects of production. It has been ridden at multiple Track World Championships and at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.