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GQ Magazine selected Arlene Pedersen’s Day of the Dead jersey for their Coolest Bike Gear at the Sea Otter Classic roundup.
Arlene recently joined our Designer Gallery lineup and the cool jersey design is her first item specifically designed for Pactimo.
Like so many of our Designer Gallery artists, Arlene is a lover of cycling and athlete in her own right. A former Olympic Curling Champion, she moved to Tucson, Arizona, from central Canada and became inspired with the colors and textures of the Southwest. Influenced by Tucson’s international cycling community, Arlene shifted her fine art from canvas to fabric with the creation of her distinctive GoLOCO Jerseys line. “The jerseys are created art with the intention of beauty, but I still want anyone who wears one to feel strong and powerful,” Arlene says.
Sergio Hernandez won the Barrio Logan Grand Prix on Saturday, and Brad Huff followed up with a victory in the Dana Point Grand Prix on Sunday.
Team director Danny Van Haute said that when he was looking at the race schedule for Southern California, he thought Barrio Logan would be a great warm-up for Dana Point, an NRC race. And it would seem the strategy worked.
At Dana Point on Sunday, the five Jelly Belly riders were again facing teams fielding six riders.
“We were at a little disadvantage, but the guys really played this race as top professionals,” Van Haute said.
Huff credited Hernandez for putting the team in a position to win at the end.
“Sergio was in several moves early on and was able to drive the most threatening break of the day for what seemed like a sure thing. Coming in to the final few laps, a few of us had managed to set up just behind United Healthcare’s leadout train, then some bad luck caused us to lose contact with each other. Only Sergio and I were left,” Huff said. “On the last lap Sergio put me into the perfect position, right on UHC’s leadout train. It wasn’t until the final few meters did I realize we had pulled off an upset win. Thanks to such great teamwork, Jelly Belly presented by Kenda pulled off our first two big wins of the season.”
Jelly Belly outplays a stacked UnitedHealthcare team leading to Brad Huff’s second Dana Point Grand Prix win.
Twenty-two-year old Justin Williams (CashCall Mortgage) placed second while 20-year old Ben Swedberg (California Giant Berry Farms) took third ahead of fourth place Hilton Clarke (UnitedHealthcare).
“It’s impressive,” Huff said afterwards. “UnitedHealthcare took the front with about seven to go and I didn’t know if it was going to happen because it was pretty hectic behind them. My team just did a hell of an effort to get me back up into position and I was able to finish it off.”
“It feels great [to win a second Dana Point race],” Huff went on. “I’ve had a pretty rough season so far. I crashed in Taiwan and separated my AC joint, so I’m just happy to be here.” He explained that he still has not fully recovered from the injury. “As long as I don’t fall it’s OK.”
Pactimo is proud to be the apparel partner for the Jelly Belly p/b Kenda team. You can buy authentic Jell Belly gear on our site.