Kane Bikes in Action

Customers and their Jack Kane Bike

We want to see photos of you racing, riding, hanging out, etc with your Jack Kane bike. Send to us and we\'ll put them up!! Be as creative as your want...

Matching Team Kits and Bikes

Make your team stand out. Sponsors will be further impressed if your team rides up to the starting line with matching bikes that compliment your kits. We excel at making you look great.

Mountain Khaki / Jittery Joe\'s 2010

Team Mountain Khaki and Jittery Joe\'s Coffee: Our most successful team and highly visible to date. The team had rider Isaac Howe, who won the USA Crits Series title. He also won the U25 classification and the team won the team competition. We had some great North Carolina riders on this team too (Jon Hamblen and Mark Hekman). The team raced our K Team Racing, K Team Carbon, and K Team Carbon SL frames.

DLP / Texas Instruments

DLP was one of only 16 Pro Cycling Teams in the US registered with the UCI for 2008. The partnership allowed Kane Bikes to be tested at the highest level of the sport. The team used a variety of Kane Bikes during the season. Many of the team members opted for the ultralight K Team SL and the full carbon Nighthawk frame.

Team Semper Fidelis Health & Wellness - M. Politowicz

Currently serving at Camp Lejeune North Carolina at Wounded Warrior Battalion-East, Michigan resident Marine Lance Cpl. Michael Politowicz, 29, is determined. Even then, saying he is determined is an under statement, which is why we\'re proud to have him representing Jack Kane.

Cheerwine Women\'s Cycling Team

We partnered with Cheerwine Cycling to provide them with both road and time trial bicycles. The all-female team, which consisted of 11 riders, competed in the National Racing Calendar, as well as the Women’s Prestige Series races. The partnership helped provide product feedback from the female perspective.

Endurance Films Racing Team TT Bike, #748

2011 Endurance Films Racing Team Triathlon Bike. This amazing bike has a DVD disc wheel and the front wheel creates an optical illusion of an old film reel while spinning.

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