X-Fusion is very excited to announce the recent move out of Silicon Valley, where we have run our USA Sales, Service, and Marketing operations for the last 4 years to a brand new R&D facility in Santa Cruz, CA. The move from the South Bay to Santa Cruz’s cycling enthused community marks a major step in the careful positioning of our brand and resources to a region where the history and progression of our sport thrives. Not only will this move allow for significant growth of our Sales, Service, and Marketing departments, but will also host the company’s entire R&D efforts as we make strategic moves in our future product offerings.
“Having our sites set high to only offer the best in quality, performance, and service requires investments like this one. The pieces are slowly falling into place and we will continue to position ourselves to suit what’s best for our brand and company growth.” States Anthony Trujillo, X-Fusion’s lead Engineer and Product Manager.
Conveniently, a significant amount of our sponsored riders and ETP (Elite Test Program) riders live within Santa Cruz County. The close connection with the riders who put our products to the final test have always been important to us, but now that these resources are within reach of our office the capabilities and efficiency of these specific programs will reap even more benefits. The beautiful redwood mountains above X-Fusion’s new office blazed with some of the best trails in the world will soon birth many X-Fusion products that you can expect to eventually see on your local shop’s walls. Our completely rider based staff at the US office is very ecstatic and eager to embrace the local cycling community and take pleasure in all the region’s amazing trails, dirt jumps, pump tracks and anything else that can be enjoyed on two wheels. As a few employees have already said, “It doesn’t feel like we have moved, but that we have finally made it home.”
For more information on X-Fusion, our products and our people, please feel free to reach us with our brand new contact information.
Source: John Hauer, X-Fusion