Canon has announced that it will once again support the Manchester round of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup from 31 October to 2 November.
Canon will supply a range of high-end print equipment to allow organiser British Cycling Events to deliver a first class results service. The company’s technical expertise guarantees that all results of the split second racing are available to race organisers, the media and the general public in the shortest possible time.
The Manchester round of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup is the first major track cycling event since the Beijing Olympics. Taking place over three days, it brings together the world’s best riders in split second racing at one of the world’s best venues.
“Canon has been involved with supporting British and European sporting events for over 30 years and we are delighted to support the UCI Track Cycling World Cup once again,” says Canon UK managing director Andy Vickers. “Not only does British Cycling success encourage people to get on their bikes to keep fit, it also inspires individuals to do more for the environment and it is a perfect fit with Canon’s corporate philosophy of ‘Kyosei’ – living and working together for the common good.”
British Cycling director Peter King added: “British Cycling Events is delighted that Canon is continuing to support cycling through the UCI Track Cycling World Cup. This relationship ensures us of a high standard of imaging and document reproduction during the event. Canon’s support is highly valued by British Cycling Events.”