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MARCH 2015


Muc-Off Supports Cycling in 2015


Muc-Off has always prided them- selves on being involved with the world’s top athletes. These partnerships not only promote the brand but also help provide them with valuable product development across their whole product range. The product feedback generated from partnerships like Team Sky and IAM Cycling has helped Muc-Off develop winning product formulas. The most notable being the C4 wax which helped shave vital seconds across a number of TT’s this season. Team members and mechanics work closely all year round with their R&D team to develop new industry leading formulas. Muc-Off will be supporting a number of road teams in 2015; these include the World Tour outfits, Team Sky & IAM Cycling. The latter had a fantastic presence in the peloton this year, which included achieving the Hour Record and numerous stage and race victories. Team Sky also had a strong finish to 2014 with Chris Froome finishing 2nd in the Vuelta.


Once again Condor JLT and Wiggle Honda will be supported by Muc-Off who had also had strong seasons with victories across the globe.


‘An Post Chain Reaction’ is new to the


Muc-Off sponsorship roster, they are a UCI Pro Continental team based in Belgium and will race worldwide. With a young but exciting team they look particularly


promising for 2015. Alongside the road teams Muc-Off will also be supporting a number of triathletes. With an increased interest in the sport Muc-Off have decided to support Ironman Graham Baxter, South African Pro James Cunnama, Ironman 70.3 World Champion, Jodie Swallow and Ironman Becky Hoare


info@Muc-Off.com Freewheel Holidays New Website Launched – New Cycling Holidays Announced for 2015


Freewheel Holidays, the Leicester-based cycling holidays operator, have recently launched their brand new website, showcasing all their European cycling holidays in ten countries, including five new holidays for 2015. Phil Cree, Freewheel’s general manager,


says : “Cycling holidays seem to be striking


a chord with many people now – shared activity, discovery in a different way, and the general boom in cycling, are all helping us to increase bookings. We like to offer holidays for all types of cyclists, from novices to experienced riders, and some of our holidays are a little bit ‘different’ – like ‘Boat & Bike’, where you stay in a group of around 25 on a river boat. The boat follows


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you along the route - it’s great fun and one of our most popular formats. We have some great new holidays for 2015, including Eastern Algarve, Western Algarve, Lake Constance, Alsace Vineyards & Villages, Lake Garda family holiday, and


a brilliant apartment-based cycling and activity holiday in Menorca. Lead in prices are £659 for a week on the Algarve and £739 for a week around Lake Constance. All transfers and bike hire are included, plus 7 nights’ B&B in quality hotels. Flights are not included. You can book holidays on line or call our knowledgeable reservations staff to discuss any holiday. Look out for our early booking offers on the website which make our holidays even better value!” www.freewheelholidays.com


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