Calling the world’s greatest cycling events, Matthew Keenan is one of the world’s most loved commentators and has established himself as Australia’s leading cycling broadcaster.
Matthew joined the InfoCrank family through his thirst for a cycling challenge – coached by our very own Graeme Brown, multiple Olympic gold medallist, and armed with the data from his InfoCrank power meter. For Matthew’s first challenge, he attempted to improve his fitness during the three weeks he was commentating on the Tour de France. During the tour, Matt rode less than the previous few months, slept less and worked more – and successfully managed to increase his fitness and power output.
A partnership with legendary track-sprinter Shane Perkins. For the last 15 years, Shane has remained amongst a once-in-a-generation group of sprinters at the very pinnacle of the sport.
Having represented Australia on the Commonwealth, World and Olympic stages, Shane has numerous national and international titles to his name, all throughout the modern era where competition has never been greater. Shane has chosen to use the InfoCrank power meter as he continues to train and inspire cyclists the world over and every time Shane gets on the bike he can be certain he has access to the best data available.
An official partnership with the highly accomplished Swiss triathlete Ruedi Wild. Those who know triathlon will know Ruedi, he has consistently remained at the sharp end of the sport for 20 years and is a long-term member of the Swiss National Team.
Having won the European U23 title in 2005 and been multiple Swiss champion, Olympian and reigning runner-up on the triathlon long-distance world champs, Ruedi also placed third at the Ironman 70.3 world champs and has 15+ wins at Ironman and Challenge Races under his belt. One of sport’s true fighters and ambassadors, Ruedi will continue to use the InfoCrank as he races through the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
A partnership with Australian Rules Football legend and passionate cyclist Max Gawn. Max has recently joined the InfoCrank family to ensure that whenever he is training on the bike he always has access to the most accurate and detailed power data possible.
Captain of Melbourne Football Club, Max has long been one of the shining lights of the Australian Football League and has turned to InfoCrank to ensure he makes the most out of his sessions on the bike. Ever-vigilant to possible injury and always looking for a fitness edge, Max will use the data available from the InfoCrank to track performance as well as provide insights into his injury-prevention regime.
Having competed in five Olympics with multiple silver and bronze medals to his name, Shane Kelly is a longstanding member of the InfoCrank family. Shane is one of the most well-known and highly respected Australian track cyclists of the last 25 years, he is also famously a 3-time World Champion in the Kilo and Jnr National Champion.
A true role model, Shane’s determination to overcome adversity has shaped his career and inspired athletes around him. In recognition of his service to cycling as a competitor and his support for the development of junior riders, Shane was awarded an OAM in 2004. We are proud that the InfoCrank is Shane’s power meter of choice as he continues to lead and inspire the next generation of champions.
Australian Motor Racing Driver, Anton De Pasquale, has enjoyed a meteoric rise in motor sports and will be driving for Dick Johnson Racing in the Supercars Championships in 2021, supported by his partnership with InfoCrank.
Anton has his sights firmly set on a spot on the podium and will be using the InfoCrank to track his fitness and power production in a truly novel application of the world’s leading cycling power meter. By drawing on the Infocrank’s performance data, Anton and the team at InfoCrank will work together to turn Anton’s efforts on the bike into a fitter and faster performance on the racetrack.
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