GLOBAL BIKE FESTIVAL TEAMS UP WITH ISADORE
Posted on Tue 22 Mar 2022 · by James Pope
We are pleased to welcome Isadore to Global Bike Festival as our Official Clothing Partner!
Isadore will be producing a limited edition Global Bike Festival t-shirt to celebrate the inaugural event which will be available to buy at the event and online - we’ll be revealing the t-shirt design very soon… All riders will also receive a pair of Isadore cycling socks and Isadore musette as part of their welcome pack!
We are also super excited that Isadore co-founders Martin and Peter Velits will be in attendance as special guests and will join rides and talks as part of a packed schedule of events and entertainment. Martin and Peter raced professionally with Team Milram, HTC-Highroad and Omega Pharma Quick-Step with Peter finishing his pro career at BMC Racing. Both brothers achieved national titles in Slovakia and Peter’s palmares boasts overall victory at the Tour of Oman and a podium finish at the 2010 Vuelta along with two stage victories.
Isadore co-founders: Martin and Peter Velits
Attendees will be able to meet the Isadore team at the Isadore store in the Festival village, check out new products and kit themselves out for 4 days of epic riding. Browse the full Isadore range at www.isadore.com
Global Bike Festival Event Director, James Pope said: “The team at Isadore share our love for cycling and riding bikes so we are pleased to have them on board for Global Bike Festival. They have dedicated themselves to the responsible production of high quality products with stylish, timeless designs so we are excited to collaborate to produce a special Global Bike Festival t-shirt to celebrate the inaugural event.”
Isadore Co-Founder Peter Velits said: “We are excited to be joining Global Bike Festival as the clothing sponsor. One thing that Martin and I occasionally miss from our pro days is the feeling of comradery in the team and the electric atmosphere of the races. To be able to join a festival of this scale that encourages all types of riders is great and a fabulous way to grow the cycling community. And who knows, we might even be able to get Martin on an e-mountain bike!”