NON WORD-SMITHED SUMMARY: Buy this solid looking jersey and support BikePure, a group that’s helping promote and support dope-free racing.
PRESS RELEASE: The 2010 Bike Pure cycling team clothing will be produced by Onimpex UK/Bio Racer, one of the world’s leading cycling garment manufacturers. Bio Racer have a long history within cyclesport and supply several National Federations, including the USA, Netherlands and Belgium.
Bike Pure is the world’s largest independent anti-doping organization and have evolved into a major force within the cycling world. Many professional riders and teams, including several world champions, are supportive of Bike Pure and wear the eye catching blue wristband to show their opposition to doping in sport.
Onimpex UK/Bio Racer will initially produce jerseys and bib shorts for the anti-doping organization, with further items being added as the season progresses. Co-founder of Bike Pure, Andy Layhe said, “We were very impressed with Bio Racer and their support for our organisation. The quality of their garments is second to none and we are proud to be associated with such a superior clothing manufacturer.”
The new design was implemented by Bike Pure with assistance from graphic designer Jamie Leung. Andy Layhe said “The new design is in keeping with Bike Pure’s previous jersey, a clean fresh eye catching garment, although we have now added the World Champions colours to represent the World Champions who form part of our organization. We wanted a line of garments that our members and cyclists alike would be proud to wear and show that they support drug free sport.” The clothing range will also be available in both Men’s and Women’s sizing to provideÃ‚Â superior comfort and fit.
Bibs, links and more info after the break…
Onimpex UK/BioRacer CEO Ken Jones, reflected Bike Pure’s sentiments, “It has been a great pleasure to be involved with the new Bike Pure kit. Bike Pure’s message is loud and clear and we at Onimpex UK / Bio Racer have faith in what Bike Pure are trying to achieve in the sport.”
Outlining Bike Pure’s future plans Layhe said, “In the not too distant future, we hope to set up Bike Pure cycling teams in countries where our membership is thriving, enabling cyclists to race under the Bike Pure banner and wear the colours, helping to spread the message that you can compete clean in this sport, a sport that has major health benefits for everyone.”
The new clothing is kindly supported by Eurobike, Modo and Aspire Velotech and can be purchased directly from Bike Pure with proceeds going to help keep the non-profit organization running.