Vancouver, BC – The H&R Block Pro Cycling Team is pleased to announce OGIO as a team’s official bag partner. OGIO will be providing the team with custom travel gear that will support the athletes throughout the season.
“OGIO is pleased to welcome the H&R Block Pro Cycling Team to their stable of sponsored cycling teams. We are excited about being associated with H&R Block Pro Cycling Team and look forward to following the team on their journey in 2016”, said Mark Talarico, Global Vice President, OGIO Endurance Sports/International.
The Endurance 9.0 bag is a perfect fit for the team’s athletes needs getting to and from the races. It holds two water bottles, a hideaway stretch mesh helmet storage and a crush resistant lockable armoured pocket. Providing the athletes full travel flexibility is the built in backpack-style shoulder straps and padded lip for comfortable carry.
The team is happy to align themselves with OGIO for the team’s bag requirements. Having a brand that is internationally recognized and requested by all the World Tour Teams is a fantastic new partnership.
“Having team branded bags elevates the team’s professionalism off the bike. We will be able to showcase the versatility and usability of the OGIO Endurance 9.0 bag in the sport of cycling”, said Team Director, Mark Ernsting.
The program looks forward to having OGIO bags used by all the athletes and staff moving forward.
Ogio International is a market leader in the design and development of bags and travel gear. As one of the first companies to focus specifically on bags for Endurance athletes, OGIO’s Endurance Collection product line offers the ultimate performance bag that both organizes and protects your gear and allows you to carry it comfortably. OGIO is distributed in Canada through ACI Brands, based in Oakville (ON) and in 40+ countries around the world.
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