Cycling Canada Welcomes ATP Lab as Newest Supplier
Ottawa, ON (August 31, 2022) – Cycling Canada is excited to welcome ATP Lab as their newest supplier for the 2022-2023 season. The partnership will give Canadian cyclists the resources to fuel and recover better and faster with ATP Lab’s vitamins and supplements to support with their goals on the bike.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Cycling Canada,” said Scott Prunier, Director of Marketing at ATP Lab. “Not only is it a true testament to fulfilling on the high standards for nutrition within the elite teams, but also helps us expose our decade plus of experience in producing pharma-grade supplements to the cycling world.”
With over a decade of experience working with athletes and developing natural products to fuel their training, racing and goals ATP Lab is steadfast on ensuring athletes get the most out of their training as well as recovery. The Canadian owned and operated business has all of their products manufactured and produced in Quebec and was a natural fit to help support our Canadian riders.
“What our riders do on the bike is incredibly important, but what they do off the bike in terms of how they recover, fuel and train is equally as important,” said Josh Peacock, Director of Marketing & Events at Cycling Canada. “Working with a Canadian-based organization who has spent years building a strong reputation through proven, quality products is a natural fit for Cycling Canada, including our high performance national team athletes and everyday members alike.”
Stay tuned at Canadian Championship events throughout the season where our athletes and community can sample select ATP product, developed with the end user top of mind. Alongside supporting Cycling Canada’s high performance athletes, ATP Lab has also extended a 25% discount to all Cycling Canada members on their online store – simply enter promo code CC25 upon checkout at www.atplab.com to try it yourself.
About Cycling Canada
Cycling Canada is the governing body for competitive cycling in Canada. With the vision of becoming a leading competitive cycling nation, Cycling Canada manages the High Performance team, hosts national and international events and administers programs to promote and grow cycling across the country.
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Source: Cycling Canada
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