Building a custom Red Hook Crit race bike for Juliet Elliott!

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After working with Charge Bikes for as long as I remember (8 years maybe?), last year we decided to part ways as our paths had diverged to such an extent that it didn’t make sense to continue. Charge were my first bike sponsor and I’ll forever be grateful to them for supporting me and being so fun to work with but with me increasingly riding carbon road bikes, full suspension mountain bikes and track bikes, none of which they make, it was time to move on.

So this year, I wasn’t sure what bike I was going to race on at the the Red Hook Crit as for the first time I was free to ride anything I wanted. I’ve had several offers from teams I would genuinely really love to be a part of but with ASSOS being my priority these days, I had to turn them down as I’d never be able to wear a team skinsuit rather than my ASSOS one.

Enter Hartley Cycles!

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I’m really looking forward to seeing the completion of this project!

Such a rad photo!


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So much Chas!!!

Brooks and David Millar One More Lap Pack!


To celebrate the memorable Paris-Roubaix race, Brooks England and Chpt. III, David Millar’s road cycling clothing brand, have created a limited edition collector’s set inspired by the famous Roubaix Velodrome.


10 Questions with Chas…


1. For those who don’t know you, when and what got you started down the road on two wheels?

Chas: Hey what’s up my name is Chas, I live in San Francisco CA and try to generally shred life as hard as possible. I have been riding bikes since I was a kid, to and from school, ripping trails on the weekends. I got seriously into cycling in Portland, Oregon around 2004 when I got my first CX bike and started racing locally. It was there that came across bike messengers, racing cyclocross races on their track bikes… literally a slippery slope, and after that I was hooked.

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