We're pleased to announce that for 2017 Cycling Weekly has partnered with British clothing brand Altura.
Together, CW and Altura have created custom kit that our editorial team will wear throughout the coming season.
Altura has provided us with their Proline short sleeve and long sleeve jersey as well as their Pro One Elite bib shorts. Other technical gear includes their Raceline leg and arm warmers.
"The Proline garments are technical and lightweight and will deliver the team at Cycling Weekly with their most comfortable ride experience yet", says Clint Vosloo, brand director at Altura.
He continued, "the garments are perfect for the varied conditions the British weather will at them this year and we're excited to see them out on the road".
Altura's Proline series is worn by the ONE Pro Cycling team and delivers superior ride comfort and performance.
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Symon Lewis, tech editor here at CW said: "Altura's performance cycling garments are really making waves with their technical properties and fit. We are very pleased with the design of the new Cycling Weekly garments and are looking forward to putting them to the test."
Altura's aim is to engineer products through through ride and research that help keep the rider in the saddle for longer, "by delivering garments that improve comfort and performance."
Altura is a British brand based in Yorkshire and 2017 marks the companies 20th year of making cycling kit across multiple disciplines, including road and mountain biking.
To read more go to Altura.eu
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