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27 June 2014
Client of haleys Beacon Fell have teamed up with British Triathlon and component supplier Campagnolo of Italy to produce their premium road models for members of the British Triathlon’s UK Sport Lottery funded World-Class Performance Programme.
The Haribo Beacon Cycle Racing Team, including Olympic Champion Steven Burke, won the National Team Time Trial riding Beacon BF-55 Time Trial Bike.
Beacon Fell, based in the Ribble Valley, produces top quality carbon fibre and aluminium road, triathlon, time trial, commuter and cyclocross bikes.
Darrin Robinson, director at Beacon Fell said: "In parallel to our success in pro cycle racing, we have been working hard with British Triathlon for some months and already have a number of the GB Triathlon World Class Performance Squad riding our Beacon BF-100. We have said from the outset that we want to see Beacon raced and proven at the highest levels in both pro cycling and triathlon."
We want to wish Beacon Fell and the British Triathlon team all the best.Go Back
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