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Scicon Bags launches new Drops Cycling Team partnership

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Scicon Bags is delighted to announce a new partnership with one of the most exciting up-and-coming teams in women’s professional cycling, the British UCI registered Drops Cycling Team.

In just its second year on the racing circuit, the team has already made waves, with a silver medal at the British National Road Race, and an U23 national title to go with it, as well as many other wins and impressive results on the European circuit. 

The team made such an impact in their first 12 months of racing, including high profile wild card invites to races such as the women’s Tour of Flanders, that they were invited to race at the Tour Down Under and the Cadel Evans Road Race in Australia this January, the first international travel for the team and its fleet of Scicon AeroComfort Bike Travel Bags of the 2017 season.

We’re so pleased to be working with Scicon next season. We have long been admirers of their dedication and commitment to stylish and safe cycling protection. We always look to maintain our striking image with clothing and equipment off the road as well as on, we’re thrilled that Scicon will allow us to apply this to our team luggage too.

Tom Varney, Drops Co-Owner

 

 

The team will use a range of technical Scicon Bags this season as they race around the world, looking to continue their rise in the professional ranks with the ethos to to create a happy and supportive environment where riders can develop and reach their true potential.

Our new partnership with Drops Cycling Team reinforces our commitment to helping women’s cycling grow alongside the men’s professional scene. We followed the team’s rise last season and are pleased to be working with them for 2017. Garnering feedback from the needs of all different riders helps us to continually improve and develop our products and working with Drops will allow us to continue on this path.

Christian Pearce, Scicon Bags Brand Manager

 

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