The Colorado Based Cycling Apparel Manufacturer Will Provide Elite Cycling Apparel For the USA Topeak-Ergon Mountain Bike Team.
DENVER – December 20th, 2012 – Primal, a leading designer and manufacturer of branded and custom cycling apparel, announced it will be Sponsoring Team Topeak-Ergon USA.
Primal will be outfitting the team with their elite line of custom cycling and multi-sport apparel. The 6 member team will be provided with the newest offering from Primal, the Helix Kit. The two organizations will also look to collaborate at events throughout the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
“Topeak-Ergon Racing Team has an amazing history and track record in the sport of mountain bike racing,” said Dave Edwards, Primal founder and CEO. “The riders are also incredible ambassadors for the entire industry of cycling. This aligns with our mission to support cycling through competition, community, and advocacy.”
For 2013, The USA roster will consist of, Dave Wiens, Jeff Kerkove, Sonya Looney, Yuki Ikeda, Eddie O’Dea and Namrita O’Dea. The focus for the team in 2013 will be various XC, mtb marathons, the Bailey Hundo, Mtb Stage Races, and XTERRA events around the World.
“We are excited to have Primal as a new sponsor and partner,” said USA Team Manager Jeff Kerkove. “Primal has been a long time supporter of mountain bike racing and we are proud to be a part of their community.”
For more information about Topeak-Ergon Racing Team visit www.topeak-ergon-racing.com
Primal, founded in 1992, has emerged as the leading designer and manufacturer of premier cycling apparel for teams, clubs and events around the world. Primal is committed to the progression of cycling for all abilities and is dedicated to promoting and sponsoring events that benefit people's lives.
Our mission is to provide the highest-quality cycling apparel available while fostering the growth of cycling through competition, community, and advocacy. We believe in cycling as a positive influence globally and are dedicated to increasing the number of people that choose cycling as a means of recreation, environmental conservation, and health.
To learn more about Primal visit www.primalwear.com