Team Erdinger Alkoholfrei Australia – Velocite Bikes Sponsorship for 2011 Season



Team Erdinger Alkoholfrei Australia and Velocite Bikes are excited to announce a sponsorship agreement for the 2011 season. The Erdinger Alkoholfrei Australia cycling team was launched in 2010. The team was originally formed to compete in the 2010 Erdinger Alkoholfrei Teams Series held in Queensland Australia. The base of the team was made up of 5 young U/19 riders and 2 older U/23 riders, a development squad with the aim to give young riders who have never had a chance to be part of a team to get their opportunity. In doing this the riders quickly stepped up to another level,  racing together outside of the Teams series and even competing in one race of the Australian National Road Series, a dream of any young cyclists in Australia. It was then the Erdinger Alkoholfrei Team realized that they had now ever so slightly, put themselves out in the Australian cycling road circuit and were quickly becoming recognised and spoken about in the cycling fraternity.

Team Erdinger Alkoholfrei Australia 2011 will be extending the team to 10 riders and will be based around an U/23 team and will be riding Velocite Bikes. The team once again will line up in all SE Queensland major events and hope to be a part of the National Road Teams Series for 2011, exciting times for a young team and a challenge and an experience all riders are looking forward to. Team Erdinger Alkoholfrei Australia is proud to be part of a world wide team, follow our results and events at Aus Cycle Coaching.

About Velocite Bikes
Founded in 2008, Velocite is firmly dedicated to making high performance bicycles, bicycle frames, wheels and components. Velocite is a company focused on achieving engineering excellence where the first and foremost priority is to apply the relevant engineering and scientific principles when developing new products in order to deliver the best riding experience. Additionally, the company is also committed to grass-roots cyclist development and has since 2009 run a sponsorship program for amateur cyclists worldwide.”