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And ATB Sales Ltd. is the first member.

CTC launches corporate supporter scheme

Marin, via ATB Sales, has become the first corporate supporter of CTC.

"Businesses that share CTC’s goals and aspirations for cycling are able to make a statement of support for all, or some, of its programmes. And in turn, CTC is able to promote their positive contribution to the future of cycling," said CTC director Kevin Mayne.

“Marin is a company that has consistently produced bikes that are amongst the best on the market. CTC has tailored a corporate supporters’ package for Marin and is in discussions with other organisations and businesses that want to put together similar packages.”

ATB Sales MD Ross Patterson said: “Marin is delighted to become CTC’s first corporate supporter, because we share their goals for the off-road sector. Like CTC, we want to see more people cycling and enjoying the countryside. And we’re happy to help offer that opportunity, by supporting CTC’s initiative to teach people how to use their bikes off road.

"We have been impressed by CTC’s plans and think this is an excellent way to promote off-road cycling and the Marin brand.”


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