Since 1993 Lizard Skins has created products to meet the needs and wants of cyclists around the world. With a wide variety of cycling products, from its well-known chainstays to its gripping bar tape, Lizard Skins has everything you need to make the most of your ride. Our mission is to protect the bike and rider while making the ride more enjoyable.

Through hard work ethic and staying tuned to the needs of all types of cyclists, Lizard Skins became a household name in the cycling industry. What began as a small business on a single work table, has now turned into a company with its own manufacturing plant with distributors and customers in 70 countries. Lizards Skins also sponsors top athletes in the sport including Steve Peat, Bubba Harris and Aaron Chase.

Protect the bike and rider while making the ride more enjoyable.

We maintain the highest level of quality control and efficiency when producing our Lizard Skins products. Lizard Skins is one of the few remaining businesses in the United States that doesn’t rely only on outsourced production, but also fully operates its company-owned manufacturing plant in the U.S. We define high quality by evaluating every individual item made in-house and outsourced. We inspect every individual item hands on before distribution to ensure our customers receive the best construction, safety and appearance of a Lizard Skins product.

Using high ethical standards through out our business has enabled us to make long-term connections with dozens of distributors around the world. We care about each individual rider and offer customization to specifically make their cycling a one-of-a-kind experience. With our superb customer service, we have millions of cyclists through out the world who are using our products.

Lizard Skins travels the world to support athletes, distributors, dealers, and races. Through our travels we have been introduced to some of the best cycling athletes from every genre of cycling. Lizard Skins prides itself in helping well know riders as well as up and coming new athletes get more worldwide exposure in our DVD’s, magazine ads, website content and catalogs. As cyclists, we believe it’s important to take care of our surrounding environment by using reclaimed materials whenever possible and minimizing waste in our day-to-day business.

Origin of the Name — Lizard Skins: “There were two original founders, myself and Lance Larson. Lance sold out to me in 2001. Lance’s brother was working on a project for a college class that involved creating a name and a logo for a company. He came up with the name Lizard Skins and the original yin and yang style logo. He didn’t have any actual company in mind when he created the name and logo he just thought it would be a cool name and catchy logo. Not sure how well he did on the assignment but I would give him an “A” if I were the teacher. After about one year, Lance asked if he could use the name and logo for a company.Lance’s brother said ‘sure’.”

Company Beginnings: “It was extremely small. When we started, we could fit the entire business on one table. Our first ad was a twelfth page for Mountain Bike Action magazine. We had to race to FedEx to get it sent out and barely met the deadline for it. We immediately started receiving calls from the ad before we were even really ready to take them. If we had missed that ad deadline, Lizard Skins might have never taken off.”

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The venue for the third round of the Enduro World Series couldn’t be more different to the opening rounds in Patagonia. A far cry from the Pacific shores and the breathtaking Andes, we headed to the familiar hills of Ireland for one of the riders’ favourite races of the season. Carrick Mountain was the stage for the biggest crowd ever seen at an enduro race last year, and this year things only got bigger. While the hill itself may only rise 350m above sea level, the seven laps the riders faced on race day and the technical nature of the tracks made this as big a challenge as any alpine destination.

We have a little style competition going in the team. Robin boosting the man-made jump on stage six…

And Gary Forrest styling a natural roller by the bluebells:

As this race is closer to home for most of the team, we skipped the sightseeing and flew in a couple of days before the race to get straight down to business. With practice starting on Friday, there was time earlier in the week to get a couple of days hiking the trails, to check all the lines out on foot, ready for those first practice runs. Come first day of practice the riders tackled stages one through to four, then five through to seven on the second day. With a hill this size it is easy to get carried away and burn yourself out running laps, but you always had to remember that come race day there was a full 50km and 1,700m of climbing to face – you needed to find the fine balance between getting your lines dialed and keeping your legs fresh.

Pedro ‘wheeleeing’ through practice.

Coming back closer to home did mean that our European mechanic, Jake, could rejoin the team for the first time this season. It makes such a huge difference have someone there who you know has your back and will get your bike dialled in perfectly for race day. His hard work and long hours make such a difference to the team come race day – cheers Jake!

We would not be much without our mechanics, they are the unsung heroes come race day.

Our Swiss Twin Towers showed their pace this weekend – locking out fourth and fifth in the women’s race. Not only did Anita score her best ever result and Caro equalled her best, but it’s also the best-combined result for the two of them ever. They are running closer than ever on track and it’s going to be a great season as the two of them set their sights on the podium and the equally important goal of top sister. After all, the biggest rivalries are always with those closest to you and the sisters are inseparable!

Gary Forrest’s comeback from his season-ending injury is 2015 is going well. He finished this weekend in 41st, moving up ten spots compared to the first two rounds – so the strength is starting to come back and with two more months until our next outing in La Thuile he is hoping to be one step closer to where he wants to be.After the elation of his first top ten in Argentina, Robin Wallner’s luck swung to the other end of the scale this weekend. After a handy 22nd on stage one, a mechanical problem on stage two spelled the end of his weekend. Not one to let such a setback get him down, he headed straight up to the hill to cheer his teammates on.

A team is greater than the sum of its parts though, and despite our mixed bag of results, we moved forwards in the team ranking. A fifth place this weekend was good enough to move the team into third in the team standings – a huge result for a small team taking on the bigger factory teams.

The twins were over the moon after getting their best results at the EWS this weekend.

INTRODUCING: The Danny Bike! Our partner @danny_macaskill teamed up with @santacruzbicycles to make a carbon dream. Check out the bike’s first public appearance at the Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California April 20-22. Read the full story here! . . . . .#boysandtoys #thedannybike #santacruzbicycles #dannymacaskill #lizardskins #lizardskinscycling

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