Jonathan Page at Koksijde

Jonathan Page at the Koksijde WC. Photo courtesy of Blue Competition Cycles

Norcross, Georgia Blue Competition Cycles today announced the signing as the official bicycle supplier for Jonathan Page for the remainder of the 2008/2009 Cyclocross campaign. Blue Competition Cycles has been talking with Page for the past few seasons and has finally worked out a deal that brought him on board after having a fallout with his current bike sponsor.

On Page’s website ( ) he wrote, “I made a phone call to Blue, 1 of the 4 major bicycle companies that had asked me to ride for them this season. Within 30 minutes, I had a more than acceptable offer and a tracking number for the bikes that were already in route. I received them without hassle on Friday and worked until late to build them up for their debut at the World Cup.”

Page will be equipped with Blue Competition Cycles’ CXc Carbon Cyclocross framesets. The CXc features Aerus Conquest high modulus carbon fiber tube set and stays bonded to 7005 series AL lugs for a ride that is stiff and responsive and still able to eat up the shock of demanding courses such as those found on the World Cup Circuit.

“We are thrilled to have JP on board with us at Blue”, exclaimed Blue Competition Cycles president Michael Skop. “I have known him since his days in junior racing and have been in awe of his abilities on a cyclocross bike. It is a pleasure and an honor to finally be working with him.”

About Blue Competition Cycles

Blue Competition Cycles is a bicycle design and manufacturing firm headquartered in Norcross, Georgia. Founded by a group of world class cyclists in 2005, the company has since enjoyed significant annual growth. Leading cyclists and multisport athletes and have ridden Blue Bicycles to victory in a variety of events including time trials, road races, elite triathlons and cyclocross. Blue Competition Cycles has become well known for its expertise in crafting high-end, lightweight bicycle frames and components using aerospace quality carbon fiber. For more information, visit