Yelo Velo – First plant-based bike lube in history to win US pro stage race!
Yelo Velo – Race Tested Results – The Ultimate Testing Ground
Yelo Velo, the only high performance plant based lube with a proven record, wins multiple bike races this past weekend.
Team Kenda/5Hour Energy used Yelo Velo’s Nasty Wet lube during the rainy San Dima stage race. The team won the yellow, polka dot and green jerseys. According to Polka Dot Jersey winner Phil Gaimon, “It was nasty and wet in the San Dimas Road Race, but luckily we had just the lube for it. Yelo Velo was crucial to our jersey sweep.” Yelo Velo lubes were also used in victory at the USA Crits Old Pueblo Grand Prix this weekend.
Yelo Velo have been used in European road stage races as well as mountain bike downhill races. Since the start of the race season, Yelo Velo high performance plant-based lubes have won over 20 races. The pros are mostly using our Yelo Velo Pro lube with 400% more ceramic. The mechanics and racers understand the advantages they receive with this lube. Yelo Velo is the only plant based lube with a proven performance record that works in the ultimate testing grounds – professional racing.
“We understand bike enthusiasts are concerned about performance, performance and performance. Our products are designed to meet or exceed the discriminating cyclist’s demands. The fact that our lubes are also plant-based is an added bonus,” according to company president Mark Lowenstern. Yelo Velo lubes offer multiple performance attributes including anti-corrosion, anti-oxidation, durability, adhesion to metal, reduced friction, no oily build-up, easy cleaning and a quiet drive-train.”
“What a great historic moment for the bike industry. For the first time in the history of American bike racing, a plant-based bike lube was used to win a stage race. Yelo Velo management is proud to pioneer the transition from petroleum to race quality plant lubricants,” according to Mark.
Yelo Velo’s complete line of biodegradable 100% plant-based lubricants and cleaners are grown and manufactured in the USA, including the recycled bottles.