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Silverfish UK takes control of Backcountry Research in UK and Eire

Silverfish UK to distribute Backcountry Research’s range of cycling products in the UK and Eire from January 2018.
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Silverfish UK are to distribute Backcountry Research’s range of cycling products in the UK and Eire from January 2018.

Based in Bozeman, Montana, Backcountry has been designing and producing detachable carry solutions since 2008.

Available in road and MTB versions, Backcountry Research’s accessories are designed to carry the essentials for everything from race day repairs to backcountry excursions. Made from high quality materials the brand claims the products are secure, durable, and reliable.

Products such as the Backcountry Research Mutherload have helped riders like Yeti’s Richie Rude hit the top step at EWS races around the globe whilst discreetly carrying inner tubes, CO2 canisters, tyre levers and tools.

The Backcountry Research range is ready to view on the Silverfish-uk.com website and dealers can pre-order now for delivery in January. The full Backcountry Research range will also be on display at the COREbike Show, January 21st to the 23rd .

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