(Dana Point, CA) – January 28, 2016 - Blue Competition Cycles is proud to announce it’s roster of professional triathletes for 2016. Headlining Blue’s new recently signed athletes are 5x Ironman 70.3 winner Clayton Fettell, 14x Ironman 70.3 winner Richie Cunningham, and Ironman 70.3 winner Paul ‘Barny’ Matthews. Additionally, Blue has signed Australian ITU Paratriathlon professional triathlete Kate Doughty, as well as Australian professional triathlete Sarah Crowley. “[I’m] really excited to sign with Blue for the 2016 season. With a home world championship and Kona both on my radar this year I needed a fast and reliable bike. Looking forward to a bright future,” said the Australian Fettell. Paul Matthews expressed, “It’s great to be back riding Blue. A few years ago I partnered with the brand and loved the bikes then. After hearing their strategy and growth plans I knew I wanted back on their bikes this year. Looking forward to a strong year with Blue.”Orli Chinea, US Sales Manager of Blue Competition Cycles is excited to expand the company’s presence in professional racing with the new additions.“We are pleased to sign these talented athletes on our professional triathlon team. As we continue to grow our brand, we believe all of Blue’s athletes will represent the company’s core values as we develop new and innovative products. We are looking forward to seeing Blue Competition Cycles at the front of races and on podiums in 2016.”These athletes add to Blue’s talented roster of Ironman winners Dede Griesbauer and Patrick Evoe, as well as the up and coming Chris Leiferman.About Blue Competition Cycles -Blue Competition Cycles, also known as Blue Bicycles, is under new ownership and the goal of creating the most advanced bicycles in the industry still remains. The new generation of Blue is taking its products to another level of precision. Building upon a foundation of producing world-class caliber racing machines through a combination of refined carbon fibers, wind tunnel developed tube construction, rider comfort and a relentless commitment to aerodynamic perfection. Blue has mastered the art of seamless balance between speed, power efficiency and rider comfort.
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