Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling partners with VeloSkin for 2020

Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling has partnered with VeloSkin.

The brand creates performance products specifically designed to match and tackle the demands placed on the skin of cyclists.

Tom Timothy, Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling, Team Principal, said: “We are really pleased to be working with VeloSkin for 2020. We had a gap in our provision for a skincare provider and when VeloSkin approached us, as a passionate and forward-thinking British company, it felt like a great fit.

“With the range of VeloSkin products on offer, it will allow our team to be more comfortable during the day to day demands of training and racing, as we strive to continually improve every area of performance.”

As the Ribble Weldtite team continues to develop year on year, building a sustainable platform for success and progression, VeloSkin will help to maximise the professional riders’ performance in the toughest of conditions throughout 2020 as they compete at UCI continental level across the UK, Europe, Africa and Asia.

Chris Bairstow, founder of VeloSkin, added: “VeloSkin has progressed positively throughout 2019, with additional investment within the company as well as into production and our website. With this, we’ve been able to increase our presence in the cycling sector and increase our profile throughout the year.

“We enjoyed a short spell working with a UCI team last season, so it was a natural progression to explore the possibilities for the 2020 season to become an official supplier and work with an ambitious and professional outfit such as Ribble Weldtite.

“With VeloSkin Chamois Cream providing the ultimate saddle comfort, and our full skincare range ensuring the riders are well looked after, we’re excited to see what this season will bring for the Ribble Weldtite team and VeloSkin.”

Ribble Pro Cycling announced Weldtite as a new team sponsor last month – to form Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling.

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