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Chicken Cyclekit take on De Marchi

Mauro Coccia, President of De Marchi Sport announces exclusive deal
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Chicken Cyclekit has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for De Marchi cycling clothing in the UK and Ireland.

President of De Marchi Sport Mauro Coccia said: "We are very pleased to be working with Chicken Cycle-kit again, as they were our original distributor in the UK over a decade ago. We have watched them grow and are very confident that they can support the demand for De Marchi in the UK."

Founded in 1946 by Emilio De Marchi, De Marchi Sport is one of the oldest and most experienced manufacturers of cycling apparel active today. Over the years, De Marchi Sport has become well-known for building a best-in-class artisan product, made by hand in Italy, using advanced concepts that originate from decades of technological innovation.

All of De Marchi Sport's products are developed in-house through unique research and development and styling processes. In addition, De Marchi Sport is the only cycling apparel brand worldwide that is ISO 9001-2000 certified for quality control.

Cedric Chicken said: "We are delighted to work with De Marchi and Mauro Coccia again. We have noted the innovation and quality improvements of De Marchi cycling clothing and are very happy to welcome them back as a supplier. "

Chicken Cycle-kit will present the De Marchi 2009 range at the Cycle Show in London Earls Court from 9-12 October as well as the dealer-only Core Show 25 -27 January, 2009."

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