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Kenda-Spinergy Pro Team Bikes Use Wheeltags

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Kenda Pro Cycling presented by Spinergy will be using Wheeltags for the 2009 season to help the newly re-launched team looking to generate more brand awareness to it’s title sponsors. (click pic to enlarge)

“This is a real opportunity for the riders to standout. By making something truly unique for the team, and Spinergy’s willingness to depart from their standard logo design, these wheels will generate interest and get lots of attention, we couldn’t be happier with the opportunity to showcase the power of branding and positioning with Wheeltags, “ said Kevin Koval, Director of Sales and part owner of Wheeltags.

See more examples of wheeltags’ designs here or read “more” for additional info and pics of the Spinergy wheels…

The custom Wheeltags incorporated team kit designs as well as a tremendous amount of color and visual texture. The Spinergy Stealth FCC and Stealth FCT provided the perfect rim depth to get the proper combination of good brand exposure and exciting design. Disc wheels will also be outfitted with the Inferno Special Edition Wheeltags.

Above, the Spinergy Stealth FCC Clincher (1500g/set) and below, the FCT Tubular (1390g/set).

“It was very fun and rewarding to work with Wheeltags. They understood our identity goals for the Kenda Pro Cycling presented by Spinergy team and throughout the design process, they were intuitive and responsive to our needs. The Inferno Special Edition Wheeltags make our 2009 KPC Pro Machine look mean! We can’t wait to head into the racing season with our custom Wheeltags,” says Chad Thompson, owner and Director for Team Inferno.

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Ohio guy
Ohio guy
15 years ago

this team will a force to be reckoned with in 2009.
odd there is no other company out there making these ‘stickers’

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