Onebody is excited to announce new additions to the Onebody Junior Development Program. Today we unveil our new triathlon junior race suit design, and introduce 2 new sponsors in bike manufacturer Argon 18 and Fulcrum wheels. Both of these sponsors have a fantastic presence in pro cycling with the Astana Pro Cycling and Women’s Teams as well as pro triathletes Craig Alexander and Terrenzo Bozzone.
We look to build the growth and success of our junior athletes in the coming seasons by creating a stand out look the athletes can be proud to own and wear, and the ability to offer them quality bikes and wheels to aid them in their racing and career development.
This named athlete program will give each athlete the ability to purchase complete bikes, bike frames, training and racing wheels at a significantly reduced price. To compliment our sponsors we offer pre purchase bike sizing and junior bike fitting and can custom build a set up to suit your requirements. Please contact us to see what we can do for your junior athlete.
Big thanks to Jodi Feltrin for the amazing work on the tri suit design.
Argon 18 have significant presence in pro cycling with the Astana Pro Cycling and Women’s Teams as well as pro triathletes Craig Alexander and Terrenzo Bozzone. The Canadian bike manufacturer was founded in 1989 by Gervais Rioux in Montreal, Quebec. The name is derived from the element, which is number 18 on the periodic table of elements; it’s also one of six natural noble gases. After retiring as a rider, ex-Olympian Rioux opened a bike shop, where the brand was born. In 2001 they produced their first carbon frame and the brand is now distributed in 31 countries.
Fulcrum s.r.l. designs wheels and components for racing bikes and distributes them in over 30 countries worldwide. They were based on the idea of three aerospace engineers who are passionate about bicycles. The strong points of this young company include the use of unique patents, ongoing technological research, and the attractive and young-spirited design. Fulcrum Wheels uses only ultralight materials such as aluminium, carbon fibre, and polyaramide, while paying careful attention not to diminish the wheel’s strength.