Simply the finest cycling apparel in the world. Rapha's generous support as a presenting sponsor allows us to train and ride in comfort, safety and style. www.rapha.cc


Sacha White and his team of master craftspeople design and build amazing custom steel race bikes. These cancer fighters have logged nearly 10,000 miles each in two years. And now you can purchase this special edition. Each one sold generates a donation to the Colon Cancer Alliance. www.speedvagen.com


Our presenting sponsor Tudor created two special edition Fastrider Chronos to commemorate our journey across the US. They also helped spread our media awareness and made a generous contribution to the Colon Cancer Alliance. www.tudorwatch.com


Chris King Precision Components make some of the finest bicycle components in the world in Portland, OR. They gave our bikes the Midas touch with gold hubs, headsets and bottom brackets. www.chrisking.com


Yep, we rode carbon rims across the US. In fact we have nearly 10,000 miles on them and they're still trustworthy and true. These carbon wheels, bars and stems stood up to everything the road threw at us, and made our bikes lighter and more aerodynamic. When you're riding 150 miles per day for 24 days, you need every advantage you can get. www.enve.com


Specialized have generously supplied LIOTR riders with their top of the line S-Works 6 shoes and S-Works helmet. Amazingly stiff, yet crazy comfortable. You don't often get both of those characteristics in the same package. www.specialized.com


The best wheel builders around, hands down. A special thanks goes Jude and her team at Sugar for supporting us through the cross country ride and a full season of cyclocross racing. www.sugarwheelworks.com


What more could we ask of these awesome guys aside from making this amazing LIOTR jersey that you can actually go and buy right this very minute? Well we didn't even have to ask, they just up and donated socks for the whole team and a kit for our raffle giveaway. Better donate that day!


Machines For Freedom is here to bring women high-quality, high-performance, well thought-out apparel; and in the process, hopefully inspire a few more ladies to join them for a ride. They have generously donated 10% of their online sales during the ride to City of Hope, as well as a full kit and wind vest to the winners of two of our daily raffles. www.machinesforfreedom.com


Soft goods for hard people. If there's a better tagline in cycling, we haven't heard it. Mettle is a new handmade producer in Portland, and happens to be owned by 2015 Randall Fransen. We're pumped to have Mettle on the road with us all the way to SF. www.mettlecycling.com


Work with the best. Trust the masters. Silca produce what can only be described as the finest floor pump in the world. When you are fortunate enough to ride a Speedvagen every day, only one pump will ultimately do. The Silca SuperPista Ultimate. See more of their groundbreaking products at www.silca.cc


There is a reason Skratch sports mix was the best-kept secret in the professional peloton. It simply works. Our rides and recovery are fueled by their drink mix and ride food recipe cook books. www.skratchlabs.com

When you're on the bike for 8 or more hours each day your body requires easily digestible energy sources. Maple Syrup is a perfect natural fuel source and we'll be riding with UnTapped gels & waffles. www.untapped.cc


Hotel coffee sucks. Bringing along a portable coffee setup that fires up easily and gets you going in the morning is worth the effort. We partnered with Grimpeur Bros Specialty Coffee to create a Leave It On The Road roast that helps fight cancer by raising donations. New 2014 edition coming soon. www.grimpeurbros.com