What’s next for CCB Velotooler?

What’s next for CCB Velotooler? How about NEXT as our team’s official wheel supplier! NEXT Cycling is another homegrown New England company we are excited to partner with. Born and assembled in Richmond, VT from the mind of long-time New England racer and engineer Jerry Chabot, Next is at the forefront of tubeless-ready carbon clincher technology. CCB Velotooler will race on a combination of NEXT 45mm, 55mm, and 70mm tubeless-ready carbon clinchers with custom builds and color combos that will be available for purchase through @nextdevo as well as a new model of alloy wheel for the rough roads of New England and Europe alike. Next makes use of wide-rim technology, incredible braking surfaces, and one of the widest internal rim diameters on the market for carbon clinchers with the associated significant gains in aerodynamics and rolling resistance. This truly is the perfect balance of performance, family, and convenience for CCB Velotooler!

from Next Cycling founder, Jerry Chabot:
We at NEXT believe strongly in supporting the club-based system for rider development, rather than just product sponsorship. By forming our own cycling club as one of our primary initiatives, we knew we could positively impact cycling in a meaningful, sustainable way. We immediately looked to CCB as the gold standard of how a cycling club should operate. They are the club we continue to strive to emulate. When the opportunity arose to partner with the CCB Velotooler team, we were all in. We had to be. The focuses on New England riders, on gritty racers competing in tough one-day races, and on providing a framework that not only allows, but requires that the riders further their education while chasing their athletic dreams, it just checks all our boxes. This partnership allows us to accelerate our own long term goals by joining an established program with a parallel vision. CCB Velotooler is the perfect vehicle for NEXT to increase our footprint in supporting cycling and rider development.

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