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KitBrix partners with 3x Olympic Gold Medalist 5x World and European Champion Ed Clancy OBE

KitBrix and Ed Clancy announce 4-year partnership to focus on product development and innovation. Starting with the development and launch of the KitBrix CityBrix v2. KitBrix have been working alongside Team JLT Condor for the past 12 months and have successfully identified Clancy as the man to support their growth and development of products for all types of athletes from recreational to elite.

Founder Robert Aldous explains: “Ed (Clancy) is not only one of the most successful British Olympic athletes of our generation, he is approachable, strong, dependable, diverse in his sporting interests, and has a wicked sense of humour, he represents all that we are as a brand regardless of sporting profession. Ed is a rock within British Cycling and has the pedigree to support our progress. He has come back from adversity in his career to reach the very highest heights and this next part of his career is arguably the most interesting. We hope that we can develop products, with and alongside him, while also supporting his charge for further success on the road and track.”

Read more about Ed Clancy’s first outing with KitBrix and the development of the CityBrix v2 at https://kitbrix.com/pages/citybrixv2.

New to the market place in 2014, BikeBiz 2017 award winners (Product Innovation by a Newcomer), KitBrix, have developed a unique offering to support Triathletes in their training regime and on race day. The modular concept of the bags is now becoming widely used by teams across sports to support their complex logistical needs with an emphasis on saving athletes time, energy and stress in order to focus this energy on competition and race day. Much of the KitBrix inspiration is taken from military kit design principles – hard wearing, practical and built to last. Spend less time searching for kit & equipment and more time doing the sport you love. No fuss, just organised kit #keepittogether

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