Athletes training at the UCI’s World Cycling Centre will now benefit from detailed data supplied by Verve’s InfoCrank following an official partnership.
Signing a four year deal with Verve, the WCC will now offer trainees the power measuring system for both on road and track racing.
Frédéric Magné, Director of the UCI WCC commented “We know that it is critical to accurately measure power in our young riders. That is why we approached Verve with our partnership idea as they design and manufacture the amazing InfoCrank. They join other global companies committed to the youth of our sport and the achievement of lofty goals.”
Coaches will have access to student data in real time via the Pedaling Analysis System, ensuring that they can map a direct path for the rider to achieve their targets.
Over 1,000 trainees have passed through the World Cycling Centre in the past 13 years. Graduates include two time Tour De France winner Chris Froome and Victoria Pendleton, among many others.