ROSE bikes partner Outlaw Triathlon Series

ROSE Bikes will partner the award-winning Outlaw Triathlon Series. ROSE will bring bikes to all four Outlaw events this year as part of a UK brand awareness campaign by the German brand.

The announcement comes a month ahead of the sold-out Outlaw Half Nottingham, which takes place on 19 May at the National Water Sports Centre. Across the four events, 7000 competitors will take part in the Outlaw, and in excess of 30,000 spectators will attend.

ROSE Bikes are designed at their headquarters in Bocholt, Germany, built by hand and delivered all over the world direct to consumers. Bikes are custom-made specifically based on budget, riding position and components.

ROSE market share increased significantly in the UK last year, and the brand is working with Nottinghamshire based RGMM Ltd as its UK representatives to increase their visibility. RGMM recently ran the ROSE Bikes stand at the London Bike and Triathlon Show, they will deliver demo days around the country and they’re set to open showrooms in Nottinghamshire in the coming months.

Outlaw Event Director, Iain Hamilton, said: “More and more of our athletes are choosing an aerodynamic road bike, which is perfect for the Outlaw as well as being a versatile and comfortable choice for training, sportives and most other types of riding. ROSE offers impeccable quality and specification, it’s a brand I’m delighted to be partnering with.”

RGMM’s John Brame said: “Partnering with Outlaw allows us to get ROSE bikes in front of an audience of triathletes who are putting in regular mileage and place a high value quality and performance.”

He added: “Along with the bike partnership, we’re also selling Pro-Lite carbon wheels, a great way to add extra aero advantage on the Outlaw courses.”

To view the ROSE bikes range, visit: Their Pro SL 105 has been flagged by Cycling Plus as ‘best bike under £1000’ and the women’s version also picked up an award for best budget bike.

View Pro-Lite wheels via:

Outlaw Triathlon Series:

Outlaw Half Nottingham, 19 May – sold out
Outlaw Half Holkham, 7 July – entries open
Outlaw Nottingham (full distance), 28 July – sold out
Outlaw X, 22 September – entries open


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