Lazer announces cooperation with Marlux-Bingoal and FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope.
Antwerp, Belgium 10 January, 2018
Lazer Sport is happy to announce new partnerships with Marlux-Bingoal and FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope women's professional team. In addition to these teams, Lazer's partnership with the highly successful LottoNL-Jumbo, Corendon-Circus and Iko-Beobank, Alè Cipollini, the ITZU TRI team and both the Belgian & Dutch National Federation teams will continue.
The addition of Marlux-Bingoal, which includes the Callant-Doltcini development team gives Lazer an emphatic presence in European cyclocross with no less than 5 teams including Mathieu van Der Poel's Corendon-Circus team and Sanne Cant's Iko-Beobank team along with the Steylaerts- Verona team all wearing Lazer products.
As a Belgian company, cyclocross has always been part of Lazer' roots. Having the Marlux-Bingoal and Callant Doltcini team choosing Lazer as proud partner for both helmets and eye wear means having ‘all-stars’ like Kevin Pauwels and Michael Vanthourenhout together with ‘new stars’ such as EU Champ Eli Iserbyt within our strong rider line-up.
The addition of the FDJ Nouvelle- Aquitaine Futuroscope team strengthens Lazer's presence within the women's professional peloton along with Lazer’s support to Alè-Cipollini. The team will be supplied with the new Bullet aero road helmet (available from size XS!), Wasp TT helmets along with a variety of matching eye wear to suit their individual needs.
Lazer has a long history of supporting top professional women's teams and we are happy to align ourselves with the athletes of FDJ Nouvelle- Aquitaine Futuroscope for the coming season. The women will have several models of our helmets at their disposal to support their ambitions at the biggest races on the UCI calendar and their feedback will be an invaluable resource for us in return.