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Orbea continue as a partner for WNT – ROTOR Pro Cycling

11/01/2019

Orbea will continue to be the official frame supplier and will support the team in 2019 and 2020 with three of their framesets, the Orbea ORCA road frame, the ORCA Aero, both equipped for disc brakes, along with the ORDU time trial frame.

 

The road frames will have an exclusive customised team design to match our CUORE kit and has been produced and made at Orbea‘s in-house paint shop which is used for MyO, their online customisation platform.

 

Claude Sun, Managing Director Cutting Tools Europe said “We’re delighted that Orbea will continue to support us for the next 2-years. Orbea are able to cater for every scenario in our team with their high-end products, whether it be for our sprinters, climbers, classics riders or our time triallists, which is important at such a high level in the sport. Orbea share the similar values, visions and ethics as our own and we are proud to pursue this partnership.”

 

Orbea has been involved in road competition since 1931 and specifically with women teams since 1985, it's part of our heritage and soul to participate at the highest level. We love our racing teams and riders because their feedback helps us pursue perfection in our products. This push for technical mastery is a core pursuit for Orbea, the stresses of competition push us to analyse daily the way we develop products, approach performance and innovation.

 

"As we develop and innovate - creating products that pro riders need to obtain the best results, we also select partners with a similar dedication to absolute performance: WNT-ROTOR.

We’re excited to be part of this world-class road team that will represent us at the highest level at major races around the globe. We can’t wait for racing to start in 2019.” 

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