How Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis uses Stages #IAMASTAGESCYCLIST

June 6, 2016 | ,

“The number never lie.” Says Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis rider Alex Braico. Originally from Maldova, this is Braico’s first go at training with power.



"Training without a power meter is a mistake. Since I started using this power meter I've improved my training. Its so much easier to see where you are in your training program. Whatever you feel, you feel. You could feel great, but numbers are numbers. The numbers don't lie." - Alex Braico,


Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Rider, Michael Sheehan is based out of Texas. With a lack of major climbs in the plains of Texas, he uses Stages Power to simulate the big climbs and terrain he competes on during the professional season on the National Racing Calendar.

Below Chris Putt speaks about the team of people who look at his Stages Power Data to make sure he and the rest of the Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team are on track.

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