Sunday, October 19, 2008


                                                                                  Pro Cycling


Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy - Grows

Columbus, Ohio (October 16, 2008) - Following the recent announcement of Team Inferno developing into Kenda Pro Cycling presented by Spinergy for the 2009 season, two more exciting additions have also been added to the team:  U25 cycling sensation Jonathan Parrish, and sponsor Traveler's Insurance.

Graduating from his 2008 U23 program, Parrish has been to the professional roaster of the new.  This reunites him with Jacob Rytlewski, Jaime Gandara and Bennet van der Genugten, who raced along side Parrish in Belgium in 2004. 

Traveler's Insurance joins Kenda Pro Cycling's cast of sponsors (Wobble-naught & My-facts sEMG/Dartfish).  Traveler's Insurance specializes in property and casualty insurance and is on the Fortune 500 list of largest US companies as a writer of commercial, auto, and homeowner insurance.

Chad Thompson - "This is an exciting time for the team! With the added depth of Jonathan we now have more horse power, and Traveler's Insurance will provide the boost in support we need to attend our planned NRC and Pro Tour events even more comfortably."

Go read the team's updates at

Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish "We are very pleased to have been behind  Chad's dream to have a pro team.  Starting with A&F who shook up the race scene, then Inferno now (Knedra Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy).  We have been to each of their race camps and take great effort for each one of them, showing them more truth!"

Nothing make us more happy than to show the nay sayers and those who don't understand what we do with our software and the use of sEMG/Dartfish that dreams come true if you are willing to put forth effort and learn!  We have showed them the way and the results have come and now they are a pro team.  Now that is success!

We provided our services to them when they first started.  People would say why are you working with them?  They are pros!  I guess you jump on the bike and say your a pro? When you are the underdog (lack of money), you have to compete with your wits!  

Watching them take some of the biggest races in the US as a Elite team has been fun to say the least!  They can't hype their team with big money, so they have to get the results and that is not easy when you have other camps that have huge support.

There are not that many new pro teams in the country and we are extremely enthusiastic, gained loyalty with the talent they have had in the past and look forward to taking our high-tech to the races!

Good times!

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