What is a Velon?

What is a Velon?

Velon / AKA Vinyl Taffeta is used industry wide as an economical and disposable decorative and functional fabric. Use for lining tents or as a disposable drape on pipe and base systems. Try velon woven into fences for event privacy, or wrapped around trash cans and bar bins.

What is Velon fantasy?

Fantasy, News. New for 2021, Velon Fantasy allows cycling fans to create and manage their own team for all the major races on the calendar, competing in private and public leagues and being in with the chance of winning great prizes throughout the year.

What camera does Velon use?

GoPro cameras
The use of GoPro cameras, the latest and greatest of which is the 4k-enabled Hero4Black, will allow Velon to offer “unprecedented angles, perspectives, and points of view,” the group said in a statement.

What is Velon CC?

Velon puts you in the rider’s seat via on-bike cameras which reveal the sights and sounds of races usually hidden from TV viewers’ eyes.

Who are the owners of the company Velon?

Velon is owned by 10 WorldTour teams: BORA-hansgrohe, Deceuninck – Quick-Step Team, EF Education – NIPPO, INEOS Grenadiers, Intermarché Wanty Gobert Matériaux, Lotto Soudal, Team DSM, Team Jumbo-Visma, Trek-Segafredo, UAE Team Emirates.

How does Velon work with professional cycling teams?

Velon takes you inside the world’s best professional cycling teams to give you full access to the riders and people who work with them. Using cutting-edge technology, we bring you live data on a bigger scale than any other elite sport.

Is there a Velon fantasy league for cycling?

New for 2021, Velon Fantasy allows cycling fans to create and manage their own team for all the major races on the calendar, competing in private and public leagues and being in with the chance of winning great prizes throughout the year.

How many riders can you pick in Velon?

Fans will be able to select a team of eight riders per race, with trades available daily in stage races. Rider specialities will also form part of the strategy around team selection, with a balance of Road Code Leaders, Sprinters, Climbers and All Rounders required in all stage races.