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Cycling Victoria Partnership

Cycling Victoria Partnership

by Beastwear Team

December 29, 2015


We are pleased to announce a new partnership between Cycling Victoria and premium sportswear manufacturer Beastwear. The partnership will make Beastwear the exclusive leisure wear supplier to Cycling Victoria.

Cycling Victoria is the governing body for the sport of Cycling in Victoria and affiliate of Cycling Australia and the UCI (International Cycling Union). In addition to hosting 90 state level events each year, Cycling Victoria provides support and services to 58 clubs, 8000 individual members and more than 20,000 participants. Cycling Victoria oversees both road and track cycling throughout the state across age groups ranging from juniors, through to masters and is home to several international cycling stars including Cadel Evans, Simon Clarke and Simon Evans.

Cycling Victoria...is home to several international cycling stars including Cadel Evans, Simon Clarke and Simon Evans.

Andrew Haug from Cycling Victoria said “We are thrilled to be partnered with Beastwear. Their dynamic leisure and sports wear provide unlimited creative design options plus ultralight (Cooltek) fabrics. We can’t wait to see our team in their gear…The Beastwear team were extremely cooperative through the negotiations and the deal was brokered with ease”.

"We are both proud and delighted to be chosen as a partner to Cycling Victoria" said Beastwear's Creative & Marketing Director Rizwan Nawaz. "To us Cycling Victoria is an excellent professional organisation and we hope via Cycling Victoria to increase our ongoing efforts to support cycling nationally.”

Watch this space for some future articles direct from Cycling Victoria!

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