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Historical day for Colombian Cycling

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Dear Cycling Family,

Our last video was a huge hit a social networks. Our video was shared over 3000 times (!!). It shows a historical day for bicycle in Colombia. We though it would be a great idea to share that with our Kickstarter #1 Backers <3

You already know that we are more than a brand. Correct? Our mission is to make cycling a better experience. Today we are doing jackets and sweaters. We are very proud of our products. They are really awesome and premium quality cycling oriented products. Yup, we are really proud of what we do.But this is only part of the job. We also want to change the way people move around. In the city & within cities. And yes, we think that bicycle is a pretty awesome solution for most of us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ0iuD4HEgY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ0iuD4HEgY

Credit: Heyner Danilo Bernal Credit: Heyner Danilo Bernal

You remember the last week video? We talked about the fact that i was going to the Nacional Bicycle Forum in Colombia? Well we went.

We were about 2.500 cyclists crushing the 110km between Bogota and Villavicencio.

Not only it was a huge event but it was also an historical moment. Indeed, it was the first time cyclists were authorized to cross the tunnels that link Bogotá to Villaviencio. It was an incredible moment. Sorry i can't really describe with words what happened that day.

This is actually why we make videos. We published it 3 days ago on our Facebook page and it was already shared 3.000 times (!!!). Yes, it's indeed a viral video (here in Colombia at least).

 

Quick link to watch video now: https://youtu.be/wJ0iuD4HEgY 

Ride in Peace,

Roland

PS. Simon translated the video to English & French just for you guys. Be sure to checkout the subtitles on YouTube ;)

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