Grand Junction, March 11, 2009 — Two of the biggest names in downhill mountain bike racing have re-united for 2009. MRP and Cedric have a long history together, and both are excited about what the future holds.
MRP’s World Cup proven G2 and Mini-G guides will be handling the job of keeping Cedric’s drivetrain together as he attacks the nastiest tracks on the World Cup Circuit, as well as some of the premier free-ride events around the globe.
MRP Product Manager Ryan Cranston had this to say: “We’re super stoked to have Cedric back in the MRP family. It’s no secret that he is one of the best all around bike handlers in the world, so we’re happy to provide him with equipment that is proven, lightweight and reliable”
When asked about his plans for 2009, Cedric said:
“I just got back from South America. I decided to start a bit early this year because I was late on my training last year due to my wrist injury; it was not doing really good at all. I am doing few world cups, the ones I really like, and I will also be using my time to film and do more things outside of racing for my sponsors. I am really happy to be part of the MRP family again! I think we are going to do a good job and I am ready to work as hard as possible.”
Look for Cedric and his MRP equipped Commencal Supreme DH on a podium near you.
MRP is a small company based in Grand Junction, Colorado. With countless World Cup and World Championship victories, MRP has been the 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