We are always looking for sponsors who believe in our mission to grow the sport of cycling for women. We strive to support women’s cycling through events, clinics and racing, as well as through activism and volunteering.
We are thankful to have an incredible lineup of sponsors for 2017. Thank you to all who have chosen to partner with us for this season – we couldn’t do it without you!
If you would like to find out more about supporting Spokeswomen Racing, our Seattle-area women’s cycling team focused on rider development and community involvement, please Contact Us.
Spokeswomen’s 2017 Sponsorship Lineup:
Nikwax: Nikwax is a global leader in safe, high performance waterproofing, cleaning and conditioning for outdoor gear. Nikwax prolongs the life and enhances the performance of clothing, footwear & equipment. Whether you work or spend your leisure time outside, Nikwax keeps you dry.
Julbo Eyewear: An expert in solar protection, Julbo specializes in high-performance sunglasses, ski goggles and helmets, and prescription eyewear. Julbo eyewear has been at the forefront of optical and action sports optics since the company was founded in 1888. Three generations have directed Julbo’s evolution from manufacturer of corrective lenses to global producers of protective eyewear for all active outdoor pursuits. Julbo has emerged as a manufacturer of multi-sport eyewear for elite outdoor athletes as well as mainstream users – eyewear that incorporates world-renowned optical quality with a new, bold sense of style.
Recycled Cycles: Opened in 1994, Recycled Cycles envisioned being an alternative to the “typical” bike shop. Recycled Cycles is a place where cyclists want to shop, where bike shop professionals want to work, and where both customers and employees have fun sharing their knowledge of and enthusiasm for cycling. The shop has grown a lot over the years but these goals remain the cornerstone.
Anderton Law Office / Washington Bike Law: Traffic accidents involving bicycles are never good, but if you find yourself in a traffic debacle, you may benefit greatly from Bob Anderton’s counsel. Known as one of the best in the Northwest for cases involving pedestrian and cycling related accidents, Anderton Law Office provides experienced, effective and ethical representation for injured clients.
www.andertonlaw.com / www.washingtonbikelaw.com
ORTLIEB: Characterized their by tightly sealed closure systems, ORTLIEB waterproof products set new standards in the outdoor industry for gear that meets the increasing demands for adventurers in all weathers and terrains. Since 1982, this German headquartered company has grown from making only dry bags and bicycle panniers to over 500 products in the bike, outdoor, trekking, expedition, motorcycle and water sport markets. Ortlieb is known not only for their design and innovation, but their customer service and emphasis on sustainability.
Proformance Rehab: The primary vision of Proformance Rehab is to provide each patient with a quality, individualized, hands on approach allowing the patient to be proactive in their goals towards self reliance and return to full function. We accomplish this with productive one hour, one on one sesssions with a physical therapist using a customized fusion of manual skills, exercise and activity specific training.
Vertical World – America’s First Climbing Gym® Vertical World has come a long way since their initial iteration of an indoor climber’s paradise, sporting rocks glued to painted plywood panels in 1987. With three gyms in Washington: Seattle, Redmond and Everett, Vertical World serves our community through a variety of training facilities, unique programs and events. From the rock to specialized fitness classes, to yoga and personal coaching, Vertical World continues to be premiere Puget Sound fitness destination.
Schilling Cider: In 1881, Colin Schilling’s great-great-grandfather, August, founded the Schilling Spice Company in San Francisco. He brought pure, natural, spices to everyone, at a fair price. Today, at Schilling Cider, we carry August’s core values forward and pair them with innovative cider-making techniques to produce quality, complex, hard ciders. Based in Seattle, Washington, Schilling Cider captures the essence of the Pacific Northwest by creating ciders that are deliberately innovative, bold and flavor forward. Never back-sweetened, we use only 100% fresh pressed apples, locally sourced non-GMO ingredients and individually hand select yeast strains to create a cider experience that is truly unique.
Clif (pending for 2017): Clif Bar was born on a bike ride and a 175 mile one at that. As a leading performance-food company, Clif Bar and Co. aspirations include making good food that supports athletic endeavors while sustaining our planet, communities and people. Striving to make happy people and a healthy planet, this family and employee owned company sources organic and sustainable ingredients for their delicious and portable food whenever possible.
Nuun: Nuun is a fast-growing local company working to help athletes of all kinds hydrate smarter. By separating out carbohydrates and electrolytes, Nuun changed the sports drink world. Nuun tablets contain vital electrolytes that racers and athletes need for optimal hydration during training and racing, but without the excess sugar, messiness of powder and wasteful plastic bottles.
Montaland McGrath Chiropractic: This dynamic duo of spinal healing experts located in Bellevue, WA, a husband-wife team who pay attention to the details and treat every patient with utmost care. With flexible hours, competitive rates and a passion for healing, Montaland McGrath offers decades of experience treating musculoskeletal conditions. Chiropractic doctors Montaland and McGrath know the importance of feeling well and have helped people around the globe accomplish a variety of physical goals including lofty athletic pursuits.
Jess Cutler (Wenzel Coaching): For 2017, we are excited to add our newest sponsor, Jess Cutler of Wenzel Coaching. Jess was a founding member of Spokeswomen Racing before pursuing cycling at a professional level for a few years. More recently, she is sharing her incredible training and racing knowledge to aspiring cyclists in the Pacific Northwest.