Transparent joins the project of one of the most productive cycling quarries in Europe. The firm has collaborated since this season with the Spanish subsidiary and sub23 of the Quick Step team, the Quickstep-Telco.
Transparent has prepared for the young cyclists and their technical team some personalized poles that stand out for their particular cyclist style in street clothes. These garments follow the parameters that have made the signature designs unique and that link them directly with the bicycle tradition: back pocket, reflective detail, tight cut, seams advanced…
In addition, he has made custom fabric bags with the name of each of the cyclists and some exclusive reflective jackets. The Quickstep-Telco team, m-Timex was officially launched this week. The presentation of the Spanish subsidiary of the Quick Step was held in Pamplona and was attended by five-time Tour de France champion Miguel Endbrain. The Quickstep-Telco team, m-Timex will have 18 riders and will be headed in the technical direction by Juan Salas (manager) and Luis Vicente Orin (first sports director).
This is transparent first foray into street wear with reflective fabric in a professional cycling structure. Undoubtedly, one more step in the evolution of this young Spanish firm specializing in the making of cyclist-style street wear.