Ridley Noah

At 23 years of age, Lionel Taminiaux enjoys a successful neo-pro season. Riding for Wallonie-Bruxelles, he’s racing a Ridley Noah, equipped with Scope R5c.

Ridley Noah

Lionel Taminiaux, Wallonie-Bruxelles

At only 23 years of age, young Belgian Lionel Taminiaux enjoys a successful first year as a professional rider. He’s been lining up at races such as the iconic Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, E3 Harelbeke, and Gent-Wevelgem. And, more importantly, he managed to win the La Roue Tourangelle one-day classic in France, and place 3rd at Rund um Köln, Germany’s oldest one-day classic.

Lionel is somewhat of a puncheur, which helps him to do well on hillier races, in which only a select group of riders make it to the finish-line.

The Ridley Noah favors his riding style, combining aerodynamics with a pure race geometry. Being the stiffest and most aerodynamic wheel of our product portfolio, Lionel choses to ride for glory on the Scope R5c. He pairs them with tubeless Schwalbe Pro One tires.

The bike is rounded out with components from Shimano, Rotor, and Selle Italia.

Key Specs

Frame: Ridley Noah

Groupset: Shimano Dura Ace / Rotor

Wheels: Scope R5c

Lionel Taminiaux uses the following products

Scope R5

The Scope R5c is our most aerodynamic wheelset, a rider’s favorite.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope Brake Pads

The rim brake versions of our Scope road wheelsets feature a special braking surface which works best in combination with our in-house developed Brake pads

24,95 EUR

Scope Quick Releases

Our Quick releases are lightweight, yet extremely strong. They are made of reinforced aluminum and feature a solid nut, thus offering a high clamp force. 

49,00 EUR

Race photography by Kristof Ramon

Ridley Noah

Lionel Taminiaux, Wallonie-Bruxelles

At only 23 years of age, young Belgian Lionel Taminiaux enjoys a successful first year as a professional rider. He’s been lining up at races such as the iconic Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, E3 Harelbeke, and Gent-Wevelgem. And, more importantly, he managed to win the La Roue Tourangelle one-day classic in France, and place 3rd at Rund um Köln, Germany’s oldest one-day classic.

Lionel is somewhat of a puncheur, which helps him to do well on hillier races, in which only a select group of riders make it to the finish-line.

The Ridley Noah favors his riding style, combining aerodynamics with a pure race geometry. Being the stiffest and most aerodynamic wheel of our product portfolio, Lionel choses to ride for glory on the Scope R5c. He pairs them with tubeless Schwalbe Pro One tires.

The bike is rounded out with components from Shimano, Rotor, and Selle Italia.

Key Specs

Frame: Ridley Noah

Groupset: Shimano Dura Ace / Rotor

Wheels: Scope R5c

Lionel Taminiaux uses the following products

Scope R5

The Scope R5c is our most aerodynamic wheelset, a rider’s favorite.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope Brake Pads

The rim brake versions of our Scope road wheelsets feature a special braking surface which works best in combination with our in-house developed Brake pads

24,95 EUR

Scope Quick Releases

Our Quick releases are lightweight, yet extremely strong. They are made of reinforced aluminum and feature a solid nut, thus offering a high clamp force. 

49,00 EUR

Race photography by Kristof Ramon

Ridley Noah

Lionel Taminiaux, Wallonie-Bruxelles

At only 23 years of age, young Belgian Lionel Taminiaux enjoys a successful first year as a professional rider. He’s been lining up at races such as the iconic Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, E3 Harelbeke, and Gent-Wevelgem. And, more importantly, he managed to win the La Roue Tourangelle one-day classic in France, and place 3rd at Rund um Köln, Germany’s oldest one-day classic.

Lionel is somewhat of a puncheur, which helps him to do well on hillier races, in which only a select group of riders make it to the finish-line.

The Ridley Noah favors his riding style, combining aerodynamics with a pure race geometry. Being the stiffest and most aerodynamic wheel of our product portfolio, Lionel choses to ride for glory on the Scope R5c. He pairs them with tubeless Schwalbe Pro One tires.

The bike is rounded out with components from Shimano, Rotor, and Selle Italia.

Key Specs

Frame: Ridley Noah

Groupset: Shimano Dura Ace / Rotor

Wheels: Scope R5c

Lionel Taminiaux uses the following products

Scope R5

The Scope R5c is our most aerodynamic wheelset, a rider’s favorite.

From 1.398,00 EUR

Scope Brake Pads

The rim brake versions of our Scope road wheelsets feature a special braking surface which works best in combination with our in-house developed Brake pads

24,95 EUR

Scope Quick Releases

Our Quick releases are lightweight, yet extremely strong. They are made of reinforced aluminum and feature a solid nut, thus offering a high clamp force. 

49,00 EUR

Race photography by Kristof Ramon

American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Patrick Dekkers is an Eindhoven-based cross triathlete. He trains and competes on the American Eagle 2.0, set up with the Scope O2 off-road specific wheelset. We take a closer look at his setup.

American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Patrick Dekkers, Cross-Triathlete

Eindhoven-based cross triathlete competes on this custom built American Eagle Atlanta 2.0. The bike is equipped with Scope O2 wheels and offers quite a few more stunning features.

The Fox32 fork has been treated with a golden paint job. For the lock-out, Patrick uses Shimano’s Di2 system. The bike is further equipped with a CeramicSpeed bottom bracket and pulley wheels. 

Maxxis Aspen tubeless tires are mounted onto the Scope O2 wheels. Their proven all-around qualities and low weight make them the wheelset of choice for Patrick. They are made to go fast off-road, in any kind of weather. 

Frame: American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Groupset: Sram XX1 with Rotor InPower and CeramicSpeed BB

Tires: Maxxis Aspen

Wheels: Scope O2

American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Patrick Dekkers, Cross-Triathlete

Eindhoven-based cross triathlete competes on this custom built American Eagle Atlanta 2.0. The bike is equipped with Scope O2 wheels and offers quite a few more stunning features.

The Fox32 fork has been treated with a golden paint job. For the lock-out, Patrick uses Shimano’s Di2 system. The bike is further equipped with a CeramicSpeed bottom bracket and pulley wheels. 

Maxxis Aspen tubeless tires are mounted onto the Scope O2 wheels. Their proven all-around qualities and low weight make them the wheelset of choice for Patrick. They are made to go fast off-road, in any kind of weather. 

Frame: American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Groupset: Sram XX1 with Rotor InPower and CeramicSpeed BB

Tires: Maxxis Aspen

Wheels: Scope O2

American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Patrick Dekkers, Cross-Triathlete

Eindhoven-based cross triathlete competes on this custom built American Eagle Atlanta 2.0. The bike is equipped with Scope O2 wheels and offers quite a few more stunning features.

The Fox32 fork has been treated with a golden paint job. For the lock-out Patrick uses Shimano’s Di2 system. The bike is further equipped with a CeramicSpeed bottom bracket and pulley wheels. 

Maxxis Aspen tubeless tires are mounted onto the Scope O2 wheels. Their proven all-around qualities and low weight make them the wheelset of choice for Patrick. They are made to go fast off-road, in any kind of weather. 

Frame: American Eagle Atlanta 2.0

Groupset: Sram XX1 with Rotor InPower and CeramicSpeed BB

Tires: Maxxis Aspen

Wheels: Scope O2

Cannondale SuperX Di2

Martin Mortensen will race the upcoming cyclocross season aboard this Cannondale SuperX Di2, set up with the Scope R4c Disc tubeless wheelset. We take a closer look at his setup.

Cannondale SuperX Di2

Martin Mortensen, Riwal-CeramicSpeed

As their official test rider, Martin Mortensen has been involved in the development of a lot of CeramicSpeed products. Having raced his road bike on the highest level the sport for teams such as Vacansoleil, Leopard, and One Pro Cycling during the past few years, the Dane has built up a stamina that he’s also trying to put on display come fall.

With the UCI CX World Championships taking place in Denmark this winter, he has set himself the goal to pin on a number on the day of the rainbow hunt.

Martin will race the upcoming cyclocross season aboard this Cannondale SuperX Di2, set up with a one-by crankset, and the Scope R4d tubeless wheelset.

The R4d wheels are our proven allrounder and are known for their high lateral stiffness. In combination with the CeramicSpeed bearing upgrade, these wheels are made to go fast on any kind of surface and in any kind of weather. No matter which tire pressure is required.

Frame: Cannondale SuperX Di2

Groupset: Shimano Ultegra RX Di2 with SRM PowerMeter 1x

Tires: Schwalbe X-One

Wheels: Scope R4d with CeramicSpeed bearings

 

Cannondale SuperX Di2

Martin Mortensen, Riwal-CeramicSpeed

As their official test rider, Martin Mortensen has been involved in the development of a lot of CeramicSpeed products. Having raced his road bike on the highest level the sport for teams such as Vacansoleil, Leopard, and One Pro Cycling during the past few years, the Dane has built up a stamina that he’s also trying to put on display come fall. With the UCI CX World Championships taking place in Denmark this winter, he has set himself the goal to pin on a number on the day of the rainbow hunt.

Martin will race the upcoming cyclocross season aboard this Cannondale SuperX Di2, set up with a one-by crankset, and the Scope R4d tubeless wheelset.

The R4d wheels are our proven allrounder and are known for their high lateral stiffness. In combination with the CeramicSpeed bearing upgrade, these wheels are made to go fast on any kind of surface and in any kind of weather. No matter which tire pressure is required.

Frame: Cannondale SuperX Di2

Groupset: Shimano Ultegra RX Di2 with SRM PowerMeter 1x

Tires: Schwalbe X-One

Wheels: Scope R4d with CeramicSpeed bearings

Cannondale SuperX Di2

Martin Mortensen, Riwal-CeramicSpeed

As their official test rider, Martin Mortensen has been involved in the development of a lot of CeramicSpeed products. Having raced his road bike on the highest level the sport for teams such as Vacansoleil, Leopard, and One Pro Cycling during the past few years, the Dane has built up a stamina that he’s also trying to put on display come fall. With the UCI CX World Championships taking place in Denmark this winter, he has set himself the goal to pin on a number on the day of the rainbow hunt.

Martin will race the upcoming cyclocross season aboard this Cannondale SuperX Di2, set up with a one-by crankset, and the Scope R4d tubeless wheelset.

The R4d wheels are our proven allrounder and are known for their high lateral stiffness. In combination with the CeramicSpeed bearing upgrade, these wheels are made to go fast on any kind of surface and in any kind of weather. No matter which tire pressure is required. 

Frame: Cannondale SuperX Di2

Groupset: Shimano Ultegra RX Di2 with SRM PowerMeter 1x

Tires: Schwalbe X-One

Wheels: Scope R4d with CeramicSpeed bearings