Equipment partners come on board with Cycle for Change

April 20, 2009 at 11:11 am 2 comments

As the Cycle for Change departure date looms ever larger, we are really excited to have developed support relationships with two outstanding companies. Firstly the Japanese distributor for Brooks saddles, the bicycle saddles loved by almost every long distance rider, are supporting us with two saddles. brooks-saddle1One B17 to support my sadly ample backside and a Flyer S to gently support Eri’s more feminine posterior, through the rigours of our Himalayan adventure. Secondly we are very greatful for the support of Montbell Japan, Japan’s leading outdoor gear manufacturer, who are giving us a great discount on our camping gear. Support like this from such great companies helps getting this project off the ground just that much easier, and we hope to be announcing a few more  relationships in the not to distant future.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Tom  |  May 18, 2009 at 5:37 pm

    cool mate all the best with it – lemme know if you have time to catch up before you leave –

  • 2. California_Dreamin  |  June 6, 2009 at 12:39 am

    I really envy you. It sounds like you are setting off on a great adventure and I’m sure you’ll have great stories to tell and indelible memories when the trip is all over.
    The Brooks saddles are definitely a good idea. I’ve been using Brooks saddles for over 12 years and would not park my keister on anything else.


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