Ottawa, ON (March 23, 2021) – Cycling Canada is excited to announce a three-year partnership with Canadian technology company GiBLI. As an Official Partner in Real-Time Aerodynamics, GiBLI will be providing G10 sensors for the National Team, as well as Cycling Canada’s high-performance programs.
Through GiBLI’s state-of-the-art technology, athletes across the road and track programs will be able to measure their aerodynamics in real-time. GiBLI’s patent pending design and technology features will allow athletes to set up their positions and to learn from their post-ride data in order to further optimize their position.
As a former National Team athlete and five-time Canadian Champion on the track, Co-Founder & CGS, Mark Ernsting is excited to be giving back to the Canadian cycling community. “It brings me immense pleasure knowing that our sensor will help Cycling Canada’s current and future generation of athletes have access to our technology”.
“We were very impressed with the potential of the GiBLI technology to help us explore aero gains in real world conditions,” said Kris Westwood, High Performance Director at Cycling Canada. “Having instantaneous feedback on the effect of even tiny changes of position will be a huge advantage to both our road and track programs.”
GiBLI will be working closely with Cycling Canada to utilize the sensor going into the 2021 Tokyo Games and the UCI Road World Championships in Flanders, Belgium.
Photo: Andrea Wooles