Busy MTB and road cycle event organisers Trail Break is launching its spring season of events with the announcement of a new partnership deal with Cannondale.
“The season really starts to hot up for us right now, so it’s great to be going into this busy time of year with Cannondale on board.” says Trail Break boss Phil Harrison.
“We are very excited to be working with them; we feel the Cannondale brand fits very well with our company ethos. Our motivation here at Trail Break is about bringing a great cycling experience to as broad a range of riders as possible, and the quality, originality and attention to detail across Cannondale’s range of bikes does just that. We have a very good relationship with Mike (Cotty, European brand manager for Cannondale), both as a rider and within the industry, and know that he is as motivated by this partnership as we are.”
Mike Cotty from Cannondale adds, “It really is excellent to form a partnership with Trail Break. The whole network of events is very professionally run, and at the same time they maintain a fun and friendly atmosphere which is something very special indeed. After seasons of hard work, Phil is now working with a tried, tested and successful formula. Hopefully our partnership will help progress the events even more in the future.”
Trail Break has been creating and organising bike events for over 15 years. The Southern Trail Ride Series celebrates 10 years and 100 events this summer with two special 100km Enduro events on the South Downs (10 May) and Ridgeway (7 June). Between those dates is the 13th running of Trail Break’s three day Isle of Wight mountain bike Festival, featuring an epic new 100km Enduro route, with live music and beer tent on site to aid your recovery.