January 7, 2009
Training hard in Eldoret.  It’s the start of a new chapter for Zak and gang.  A sponsor’s on board, a camp is being set up.
The cyclists have been busy converting an old pool hall into their new headquarters.  Painting walls and cleaning out cobwebs.  Buying new beds, and modifying Black Mambas.  Nick’s scouting around for a professional coach.
Phase 2.  It’s started. Who would have thought they’d come this far?

Training hard in Eldoret. It’s the start of a new chapter for Zak and gang. A sponsor’s on board, a camp is being set up.

The cyclists have been busy converting an old pool hall into their new headquarters. Painting walls and cleaning out cobwebs. Buying new beds, and modifying Black Mambas. Nick’s scouting around for a professional coach.

Phase 2. It’s started. Who would have thought they’d come this far?

December 29, 2008
Zak and Sam are featured in Brazil’s Go Outside mag.

Zak and Sam are featured in Brazil’s Go Outside mag.

September 17, 2008
The cyclists are in The Guardian. Read about it here!

The cyclists are in The Guardian. Read about it here!

September 4, 2008
August 23, 2008
August 21, 2008

What’s the cycling scene like in Kenya? Sam and Zakayo share their thoughts. They’re blazing the way for others to follow.

August 20, 2008

Zakayo and Sam share how they started cycling, discovered they enjoyed winning, and never looked back.

August 19, 2008

Sam and Zakayo share their first encounter with Nick, all the way back when Nick first visited Eldoret in search for his future procycling team. For something like that to happen, it took a bit of faith on both sides.

August 18, 2008

Zakayo and Samwel share their thoughts on the Alps in France. They love the hills and the local competition for training. But it’s definitely colder than Kenya.

Over the next week, there’ll be a series of audio clips where the cyclists share their thoughts and experiences. Come back for more!

August 14, 2008
Another successful race and Zakayo beat his own time again at 42min 10s. He takes the gold and Samwel takes the bronze. 

Another successful race and Zakayo beat his own time again at 42min 10s. He takes the gold and Samwel takes the bronze.