Cycling at 360° For RPM Cycling
The company from Montebelluna is the new technical partner for Norwegian BMX Champion Tore Navrestad.
After successful experiences as a technical partner in support of talented riders and teams on the international road, track and Enduro MTB cycling scenes, now RPM Cycling has decided to also stand out in the BMX sector, without a doubt one of the most technical and spectacular disciplines in two wheel sports.
The young, enterprising brand from Montebelluna has begun collaboration with the Norwegian biker Tore Navrestad, who will be supplied with jerseys to compete in the most important international series in this specialty.
In spite of his young age (he is 21 years old); in 2016 Tore Navrestad participated in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Now the Norwegian talent will be taking on several objectives and challenges in 2017, starting this July. In fact, from the 13th to the 16th, the BMX European Championships will be held in Bordeaux, on a temporary racetrack set up specifically for that purpose against the lovely backdrop offered by the very central Place des Quinconces. Then at the end of the month, Navrestad and the strongest BMX athletes will take part in the World Championships in this specialty, which will take place at Rock Hill in the USA from July 25th to the 29th.
“My new RPM jersey is very comfortable; it’s a technical and lightweight garment,” explains the Norwegian BMX champion. “The materials used are extremely high quality, which insures the maximum comfort and great breathability throughout the day, whether training or racing. Furthermore, the garments have been specially customized and tailored to my needs. I am really enthusiastic to be able to count on a technical partner like RPM Cycling. Quality clothing is in fact an essential detail in this sport, especially when competing in high level international races, where every minimum detail can make the difference between victory and defeat. These days I’m training very hard, focusing on the most important events in this season, the European Championships in France and the World Championships in the USA.”