Velochampion is pleased to announce another new partnership with leading Triathlete Marcus Dey for the 2019 season.
Marcus, aged 17, has competed in a wide range of Regional and National Triathlons. He has represented Team GB in Elite International events and is the current British Junior Series Champion. Velochampion is sponsoring Marcus with a range of bike accessories and clothing to give him the boost to keep performing at the highest level.
Living locally to Velochampion HQ, Marcus often trains with the Rochdale Triathlon Club, Bury Clarion Cycling Club and Bury Athletic Club. Velochampion wants to ensure it supports local athletes and local clubs to achieve their full potential.
Managing Director Ciaran Dunne said:
“Competing in triathlons is an expensive sport. That’s why we have partnered with Marcus to provide top quality cycling gear from our VC Comp Pro Collection for training and races. We look forward to following Marcus’ performance during the forthcoming season.”
Marcus wears the VC Comp Pro Collection:
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Velochampion is a UK based company specialising in cycling accessories and clothing. Established in 2009 and based in Bury, Greater Manchester, the home of brothers Simon and Adam Yates. The Brand has gone from strength to strength over the years and looks forward to continued growth as it enters its 10th year. Velochampion is the brand name of Maxgear Limited.www.velochampion.co.uk
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