Brother is showing its support for road racing once again by being the official results, printing and imaging partner for the Tour of Britain, which will take place from September 4 to 11.
Brother first got involved in road racing back in 2011 when it provided two Brother-branded Skoda Superb support cars to assist both the pros and amateurs at a range of cycling events. This year sees the company step up its support.
Earlier in the year Brother showed its support for the Pearl Izumi Tour Series and the Aviva Women’s Tour, now it’s looking forward to the Tour of Britain.
Brother will be supporting race organisers, SweetSpot, with imaging and printing facilities again, but this time it will have its support cars on the road.
The Tour of Britain always attracts the world’s top riders and this year is no different. It is currently one of just five UCI men’s races held in Britain and is the UK’s highest ranked cycle race. This year’s route starts in Glasgow and will see teams travelling across the country to tackle eight unique and challenging stages, before a grand finale in central London.
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