Spring is in the air so that means training has moved from the stationary bikes to the outdoors. And as every day gets longer, so too do our training sessions.
This weekend we participated in a training camp in Ängelholm at the Råbocka Campground. We kickstarted the weekend with a 100km ride climbing 428 meters. And there was no rest on Saturday! The weekend continued with a 162km run climbing 1,278 meters. To cap everything off, we finished the weekend with a 98km ride on Sunday climbing 912 meters. This occasion marked the first chance for the service team to practice as well.
With just 59 days left until the big day, we're pushing ourselves to the limit to do our best to race for Team Rynkeby.
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When introducing new potential partners to the functionality and benefits of ADF Power Tuning, it helps to show off a real customer installation. Continuing our expansion into China, Raymond Ma and Rickard Jacobson toured a potential Chinese partner through the Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology installation in Svedala, Sweden. The Svedala installation is unique in that our active filter technology is used to compensate the entire operation on site, including the energy intensive electric arc furnace.
We look forward to growing more relationships in China and identifying new applications for ADF Power Tuning.
Did you know, you can find all our latest cases under the INDUSTRIES tab? For our latest installation for international leading mining and construction player Sandvik and more, make sure to visit us at: https://adfpowertuning.com/industries/case-stories.html
It was an exciting weekend for the Comsys ADF Power Athletes! Not only were they represented at the annual Stävie Trail race, but as all of Sweden eagerly watched the results of the Vasalöppet ski competition (mostly to make sure Norway didn't win), one of our Athletes watched the competition while racing on a spin bike for four hours!
We'd like to give a special congratulations to Albin who placed 60th out of 161 runners in the men's 13km race. Well done!
All this training is to get in tip-top shape leading up to the Team Rynkeby race from Sweden to Paris. Make sure to stay tuned and support our athletes on their journeys by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.