Thursday, December 20, 2012

Blain Reeves Chalks up a Massive Number of 2012 Wins on a Stradalli Napoli

Ex-U.S. Army Special Forces Lieutenant Colonel scores a huge number of wins during the 2012 season while riding on a Stradalli Napoli.

 December 18, 2012 (FPRC) -- Pompano Beach, Florida - Stradalli Cycle, the high performance carbon bicycle manufacturer, is pleased to congratulate Blain Reeves on his exceptional year. 2012 has been a year of success for Blain who won 11 major events, all of them on a Stradalli Napoli.

Blain, who did a tour in Iraq, is well known in military circles for winning the 1993 "Best Ranger" competition, a prestigious and gruelling three day multi-event endurance competition ranked as one of the toughest in the world. Today, having retired from the Army, Reeves has become a sporting hero in the South East.

The year started well for Reeves when he won the Spring Fling of Cycling Road Race in January. By the summer he had won nine events. In November, Blain took his eleventh victory of the year when he won a stage during an event in the Dominican Republic.

“Blain Reeves is a great athlete and passionate cyclist,” said Thomas Steinbacher, CEO of Stradalli Cycle. “We are very pleased he has had so much success this year using Stradalli. It is a testament to the man and to the machine.”

This year’s success build on Blain’s previous wins which include a winning streak in the USAT South Florida Duathlon Series. He was the winner in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

During his army career Lieutenant Colonel Reeves completed some of the toughest military training including the US Army Ranger School, Special Forces Combat Diver Course (US Navy Buds/SEAL School equivalent) and the Army's Advanced Land Navigation Course.

Stradalli Cycle wants to wish Blain even more success in 2013.

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