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EnergyLab Sports is becoming the new standard for quality in road and triathlon cycling. Built to be trusted and continually called on to perform. Designed and Engineered in Canada and tested in the Lab.

The real test is on the road in some of the wettest, steepest, hottest, roughest and outrageously angriest roads, by some of the strongest and most demanding, critical, obsessive and ridiculously great riders.



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