AusCycling (Australia) - Press Release: AusCycling is pleased to announce a new partnership with Northwave.
Northwave began developing its wide range of cycling shoes in the early nineties and found success with a combination of bold bi-colour designs and advanced technology features, such as Gore-Tex.
After 30 years in the industry, Northwave has established itself as an innovator of cycling apparel and now offer a range of products for most disciplines which also feature their SLW2 one-button dial system.
AusCycling members will have exclusive access to special offers on Northwave products via our ongoing member newsletters and the new member benefits program which will be released in the coming weeks, just in time for Christmas.
Northwave products are currently available through an online marketplace which directly supports local bike retailers throughout Australia.
Combining local retail support and contactless transactions makes this a partnership that provides an unrivalled level of convenience for cyclists and event organisers all over Australia.
“We are delighted to partner with AusCycling and to continue providing value to their members and events,” said Shannon Cramer, General Manager at BikeSportz, the official distributor of Northwave cycling products in Australia.
“Northwave has a complete range of products offering race-proven designs, bold colours and advanced technologies that will serve AusCycling members and their events with superior quality, comfort and style.”
“It’s great to be able to add yet another internationally recognised brand to our growing stable of partners,” said Agostino Giramondo, EGM of Commercial, Clubs and Community at AusCycling.
“We’re pleased to announce another partnership that will increase value for our members and will directly benefit event organisers. The team at Northwave, already an active advertiser on the AusCycling website, have wasted no time in supporting events by generously providing the prizes for the series winners in the Victorian Junior Road Series which were decided just over a week ago.”