Join the Steve Peat Syndicate in 2012
The 2011 race season saw the first year of the SPS (Steve Peat Syndicate), now you have a chance to be part of it in 2012.
The SPS is open to everyone but number are limited and you have to earn your place. Read on for the full press release:
Race like a pro – join the Steve Peat Syndicate for 2012!
Launched at the Fort William World Cup in 2010, the Steve Peat Syndicate has enjoyed an amazing first year with the 2011 season seeing SPS establish itself as one of the most professional and fun teams on the circuit.
Whilst most of the 2011 team will be staying on for next year, there are a handful of coveted spaces available on Peaty’s 2012 team.
If you are looking to take your racing to another level in 2012, then the Steve Peat Syndicate is for you.
If you fancy riding your very own Santa Cruz V10 Carbon (yes. It’s yours to keep at the end of the season) as part of a professional level set up complete with all the support and training you could possibly need, now is your chance.
SPS offers you a pro level programme to really raise your standard of riding backed by some of the biggest names in mountain biking.
The full support package includes the all-conquering Santa Cruz V10 Carbon, two sets of SPS custom Royal race kit including team jerseys, 661 helmet and pads and weekend training camps with Peaty and other top World Cup riders.
At the races, you will also have the full support of a pit space and paddock area complete with team van, awnings and chill out areas along with a team mechanic to help keep you on track when the mechanical gremlins strike.
The main man Peaty himself will also be on hand to walk the tracks with you before a race - his own race schedule allowing of course – and to offer you all the advice and experience he has gained in nearly 2 decades of top level racing.
‘’SPS gives riders of all ages the ability to improve their riding with full pro level support and advice as well as to have loads of fun along the way’’ says Steve
‘’2011 has certainly been a lot of fun and all the team riders have progressed with a couple of World Cup appearances thrown in for good measure. It’s been a great first year" he added
“The fun element is a key part of SPS and we’re looking for people who want to improve as riders and have fun along the way. We’ll help make you better and hopefully see you progress as far as you want to go’’ concluded Steve.
Places on the team are limited so don’t hang around if you fancy emulating Peaty and riding like a pro with some of the very best support and equipment available outside of a factory team set up. Find out more at www.stevepeatsyndicate.com
SPS is proud to be associated with and supported by the following companies:
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