Galius to Sponsor Team Raleigh
Spanish skin care company Galius is proud to announce that it will be an official sponsor of Team Raleigh in 2013, supplying the team with its Sport Sun Creams and Professional Massage Oils, Gels and Creams.
The sponsorship of the Team will be used by Raleigh to further support and enhance their exclusive distribution and sales of Galius products to the cycle market.
Team members and masseurs will benefit from being provided with Galius Sun high performance sunscreens and aftersun moisturising products as well as Galius Sport professional massage oils, gels and creams.
Geoff Giddings, Raleigh Marketing Director said: “With such a demanding racing program and ambitious plans for the year ahead, our Team Raleigh riders need high quality protection from the elements and professional care products for their muscles and limbs. With the backing of Galius’s performance level skin care products we can be confident that our riders health care needs are in safe hands.”
Galius’s Manager, Miguel Guillen said: ‘’Sponsorship of Pro Cycle Teams is a very important part our brand building and we are extremely pleased to support Team Raleigh along with our sponsorship of the Movistar Pro Cycle Team, which helps towards profiling the brand in the UK.’’
Galius wish Team Raleigh success for the coming season and look forward to working with the Team riders and masseurs.
Notes to editors:
After a highly successful 2012, Team Raleigh has undergone a significant rebuild as part of its planned progression, bringing in a number of very strong and experienced riders to complete a formidable line up for 2013.
Retained from 2012 are former National Circuit Race Champion Graham Briggs, along with 2012 National Road Race Bronze medallist Russell Hampton and Scottish hard man and Commonwealth Games rider Evan Oliphant. Also retained is the talented 18-year-old Matt Holmes, silver medal winner in the British National Under-23 Road Race Championship this year.
New riders include Frenchman Alexandre Blain, Australians Richard Lang, Lachlan Norris, Sam Witmitz and Mark O’Brien, Canadian Rob Britton, Tom Scully from New Zealand and two more British riders, Tom Moses and Mark Christian.