Spencer Powlison aboard a Signal Peak takes the win

Fezzari Takes the Win at Epic Rides Race

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Spencer Powlison, an editor at Velonews, won the third stop of the Epic Rides series in Carson City. Powlison is riding all the Epic Rides races on the Fezzari Signal Peak. His win on the Signal Peak shows its ability to tackle a range of trails and its speed.

Spencer Powlison aboard a Signal Peak takes the win

Spencer Powlison aboard a Signal Peak takes the win

Powlison said, “The Signal Peak is the ideal set-up for any of the four Epic Rides events because just like the Whiskey Off-Road, Grand Junction Off-Road, Carson City Off-Road, or the Oz Trails Off-Road, this bike is all about having fun. With a lightweight carbon fiber frame and a powerful pedaling platform, it won’t hold you back on the long climbs. When it’s time to go down, the Signal Peak charges through rock gardens thanks to its progressive suspension design and capable geometry.”

He calls it a new category of bike, “cross fun-try,” light and efficient for any race while still maintaining a comfortable and playful ride for all-day trail adventures.

Fezzari is building Signal Peaks as fast as possible, and anyone who has gotten their hands on one knows it’s a KOM crusher that is still fun on the way back down the mountain. Riders consistently say that the Signal Peak is one of the funnest and fastest bikes they’ve ever ridden and that their Strava times prove it.

Spencer Powlison (Velonews) riding the Flume Trail high above Lake Tahoe-photo Dave McElwaine

Spencer Powlison (Velonews) riding the Flume Trail high above Lake Tahoe-photo Dave McElwaine

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