Team Chain Reaction Cycles has been a bedrock of Nukeproof’s success over the past decade. Initially Nukeproof supported the team with limited components in 2009, prior to starting the development of the Mega and Scalp frames with Nigel Page and the team in 2011. As the team evolved, so has the frame line up to suit the teams race schedule and riding requirements. From the original Scalp downhill frame and Mega to the Snap 4x frames, Rook Slopestyle bike and the recent acceleration of development of the Mega to meet the demands of the Enduro World Series. In 2020, Nukeproof are extending their support of Team Chain Reaction Cycles with the additional sponsorship of Nukeproof Ridewear.
Still in its relative youth, the Nukeproof Ridewear range is up there with the best on offer in the ride apparel market. We’ve tested items from the Blackline and Nirvana range and can attest to its quality, comfort, and durability. But never mind what I think of it. It’s Sam Hill, Elliot Heap, Kelan Grant and Nigel Page that will be putting the Nukeproof kit through its paces on the Enduro World Series circuit in 2020.
As with Nukeproof bikes, we can work closely with in-house designers to get the best possible riding clothing we need for racing the highly demanding Enduro World Series, looking the part at the Crankworx World Series events and having clothing we can go riding in all seasons and also stop off for a beer after, without looking like we are about to get on the gate for a Moto 😉
The 2020 Nukeproof clothing line looks awesome and we can’t wait to get involved in 2020 representing!” – Nigel Page, CRC Team Manager
For 2020 the team will be supported with the full Nukeproof Ridewear lineup (with the exception of their new 2020 glove range) to take on the rigors and demands of the Enduro World Series, Crankworx World Tour and just general riding.
Pictures shown have the team using Blackline Trail Pants and Jersey, Outland Anorak, Blackline softshell and Nirvana Jacket.