Josh Bryceland to ride MRP in 2008

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GRAND JUNCTION, March 24: Josh Bryceland, one of the most talented youngsters to be seen in many years has signed a deal with MRP. Bryceland will join his mentor Steve Peat as a member of the talent-stacked Santa Cruz Syndicate team this year as they battle for supremacy on the World Cup Circuit.

“I’m very excited. I like consistency in my components and that is exactly what MRP offers. I have always used MRP and I see no reason to change. I’m super stoked about running the new G2, it seems indestructible” said Bryceland.

This news comes on the heals of MRP releasing it’s newest chainguide, the G2. Designed for downhill racing, and weighing only 260 grams, the G2 is an extremely light and durable chain guide that features MRP’s patented integrated bash guard technology.

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Peaty had this to say: “I have been helping and riding with young Josh for many years now and have seen him come from strength to strength, so it goes without saying that I am stoked for him to join me on the best chain guides in the world. We have the best bikes and the best set-ups so everything else should be easy now. Nice one Josh!”

Josh will be piloting a sweet new G2-equipped Santa Cruz V-10 in his first full season of racing with the big timers, and he will be turning heads along the way. Look for Josh to be making a name for himself as a new force on the World Cup circuit.

MRP is a small company based in Grand Junction, Colorado. With countless World Cup and World Championship victories, MRP has been choice of champions since 1996. MRP’s patented technologies put them at the top as the leader in smooth, silent, reliable chain retention.

For more information about MRP, please visit their website at www.mrpbike.com

Mountain Racing Products
580 N. Westgate Drive
Grand Junction, CO 81505

source: Ryan Cranston, MRP

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