A day at the track

Kenny Belaey 'Balance'

Trial bike world champion, and longtime partner of Sapim, rides a slackline over a 120m drop in the French Alps at an altitude of 2700m.

What is balance? For Belgian athlete and nine times nine-time world champion Kenny Belaey, it’s riding his trial bike over a 20m long slackline from one rock to another, over a 120m drop in La Plagne, France. A world premiere the man with 12 world medals prepared for more than a year, doing up to 80 attempts before he finally crossed.

Jure Žabjek from the Unior team is 2015 European DH Champion, Ruaridh Cunningham wins Red Bull Hardline

This Sunday 13 September will have to be marked by a white stone and as one of the most epic days for the Unior Tools Team.  Jure Žabjek took the European Downhill Title on the championships that took place in Poland, while Ruaridh Cunningham won the Red Bull Hardline. For those who are not familiar with this event – it’s a downhill race on the extremely hard track build by the Athertons. It is raced only by a number of selected riders.


On September 6, Dylan Groenewegen from Team Roompot won the Brussels Cycling Classic, what a great finish

With the victory achieved in a powerful millimeter sprint Dylan Groenewegen got the finest victory of his still young career. Only after detailed examination of the photo finish it was confirmed that Dylan was the fastest and finished before the young Amsterdam Roy Jans (2nd) and Tom Boonen (3rd). Groenewegen gave the third win of the season to his team.

"Beautiful," the sprinter rejoiced immediately after the race, "I was at that time sure of my victory. But then it has to be confirmed by the photo finish...