Posted by Editoress on 01/27/17
The National Cycling Institute - Milton (NCI-M) is proud to announce a new partnership with Giordana Cycling Apparel for the 2017 and 2018 season. Initially, Giordana will provide youth coaches with high visibility technical gear to assist with the ongoing development of youth cycling in the Milton Velodrome and other youth-focused events in Ontario.
The newly formed Milton Revolution Cycling Club (MRCC) is also pleased to announce a partnership with Giordana Cycling Apparel. All MRCC youth and adults will have the opportunity to ride in a distinctive high performance MRCC designed Giordana kit. The Giordano MCRR kits will be made from premium Giordana fabric; Vero Pro Jersey and Vero Pro Bibs to make sure they are able to perform comfortably and safely at all club events.
Paul DeVries, acting chair of the NCI-M stated, "It was very clear to us in talking with Giordana that they are very motivated to become a strong partner in the cycling centre of excellence being created around the Mattamy National Cycling Center. With the recent formation of the NCI-M to facilitate high performance youth development at the Mattamy National Cycling Center, we feel that this is the type of partner we want on our team."
"Giordana has been very accommodating," remarked Roy Till, President of the MRCC. "They helped us through the design process, and walked us through the logistics of our first apparel order. The MRCC youth will be wearing very high quality, distinctive kit for this very first year of operation! It is clear that Giordana is very supportive of youth cycling in Canada."
Giordana Cycling Apparel’s founder, Giorgio Andretta, commented, "We are happy to support the National Cycling Institute - Milton and the MRCC. As a cyclist who raced in Canada in my late youth, I know first hand that developmental programs such as these are extremely beneficial to everyone involved as they learn the values of teamwork and cooperation in an environment that also teaches them cycling skills and develops their physical fitness. All attributes which are beneficial to them and their communities."
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