Tim Elverson welcomed Fabric to his Canyon Eisberg team and insisted the saddles are the perfect finishing touch to the best bike in the peloton.
In another great match-up, the exciting young British brand will provide the exciting young British squad with the pick of their road range for the 2018 campaign.
And as they join other emerging names such as Hunt Bike Wheels, dhb and KitBrix in the team’s stable, Elverson is confident it will be a winning combination. The sports director said:
“The last piece of my puzzle to create what I think is one of the best race bikes in the peloton was the saddle.
“I spoke with Neil (Cousins) at Fabric and very quickly realised they think long and hard about how their product works.
“It is very clear they have a genuine passion to create something that aims to be the best in its field.
“And having used it now, I would argue they have achieved this. I’m very excited to see this partnership unfold.”
Fabric were founded little more than four years ago by Nick Larsen, the man behind the hugely stylish Charge Bikes.
Canyon Eisberg riders have been in discussion with Neil Cousins, the brand’s sports marketing manager, to find the ideal fit for their needs.
Fabric are confident they have achieved this, with the squad opting for various models in the Scoop and Line ranges.
Much like the team’s other partners, the Frome-based brand are eager to learn all they can from Elverson’s troops as they aim to continue developing and improving their saddles. Cousins said:
“We’re very excited to be working with the Canyon Eisberg team.
“At Fabric, supporting road teams helps develop future models and as you will see from the current riders’ choices, our range of saddles suits many disciplines, ride positions and body types.
“We have been following the team closely over the past year and there have been some stand-out performances in that time.
“We’re now looking forward to the year ahead and what it brings the team.”
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Stay tuned to the team’s social media channels to see the Fabric saddle take pride of place on our new race bike, which will be revealed on Tuesday, February 1 at 7pm.