Hot on the heels of Team CRC/Nukeproof’s Pulse race bike, we can now bring you details on the team’s riding kit, which they’ll be wearing throughout this year’s UCI Mountain Bike World Cup series and other selected races.
Team CRC/Nukeproof visit CRC HQ
The kit was unveiled to Sam Hill, Matt Simmonds and Joe Smith during their recent visit to CRC headquarters in Northern Ireland.
There’s always a buzz around CRC’s buildings during the annual CRC/Nukeproof downhill team visit, but this year was a little bit different as Sam Hill joined Matt Simmonds and Joe Smith to meet the staff and see the fresh Team CRC/Nukeproof 2013 riding kit for the first time.
This image sums up most of the day the team spent with us, with autograph hunters and Kodak moments popping up everywhere.
The centre of attention for most of the day, Sam Hill was a true gent - posing for pics, chatting bikes and penning his signature for anyone who asked.
Matt Simmonds and Joe Smith are no strangers to visits to CRC, and here they are with Sam along with members of our IT department.
And again with more of our IT specialists.
Our awesome Customer Service team were stoked that Team CRC/Nukeproof took the time to drop in, and here's a large crowd of race fans posing for one of many pics!
Here's our Spanish Customer Service specialist Victor enjoying Sam's company!
"Can you sign this please, Sam?"
The team check the Customer Service stats monitor.
Our showroom is a veritable Aladdin's Cave for most customers, and the team were no different oogling the top-end bling on offer. Here they join the showroom staff.
We pride ourselves on our technical knowledge and ability, and Sam, Matt and Joe spent loads of time in the CRC workshop checking out the parts used on their 2013 Pulse bikes. Here they are with CRC's talented workshop technicians.
Of course, the guys were itching to get riding too, so we introduced them to our local trails in Rostrevor, County Down.
Sam waiting to ride.
Simmonds adds some style.
Anything Simmonds can do, Smith can do better?
Enjoying the Irish countryside.